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Eric Dillard - PBIR testing - 5.863 @ 249.21

2/7/11 - Eric actually lifted early on this pass. At the end of the video you hear Bob Newberry calling out to Steve. The rest of Bob's statement was, "AND he lifted early!" I believe the numbers for this pass was: 1.020 3.936 @ 201.61 5.863 @ 249.21


 


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Rickie Jones Pro Nitrous 69 Camaro
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Precision Turbo & Big Stuff 3 Pro Mod Car - National Speed Record of 255.39 MPH!
Brad Personett's Precision turbo / Big Stuff 3 sponsored NHRA Pro Modified 1968 Camaro resetting the MPH Record and getting his first NHRA Pro Modified victory





Troy Coughlin tests the Jegs Pro Mod Turbo Camaro
Troy Coughlin brought the Jegs turbocharged '68 Camaro Pro Mod to US 131 Motorsports Park for some pre-Indy testing.





Todd Tutterow 3.73 @ 208 Farmington
Tutterow's 5th pass on the new car. I think they had it figured out!





GoPro HD Hero: Top Dragster 6.60 @ 208 mph!
IHRA Mardi Gras Nationals at State Capitol Raceway Feb. 19 & 20, 2011... Please be sure to watch in 1080p to view the full effect of this awesome GoPro! Find me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/chasetymurray





Berry Motorsports with Owner Todd Berry and Driver Eric Dillard - Sponsorship Video
This was shot and produced by Sirius Video for Berry Motorsports. It is for a sponsorship DVD for their black limited street Ford Mustang. For more information on the car visit www.berrymotorsports.net and for more information on how you can get a video like this visit www.SiriusVideo.com





STM - HD2 EVO - Shake Down
The STM crew shake down, the HD2 EVO at a private test day prior to the Northern Nationals at Fram Autolight Dragway, Meremere, New Zealand. With a soft tune to get some data, the car went 1.17 to the 60'. We only got one pass in as we found tiny pinhole in the intake port of the cylinder head. This resulted in oil from the rocker cover entering the port at idle. The pin hole is the result of a thin section of the head casting where the head was ported which didn't show up until the car was put under some stress at the track. The car will be racing next at the South Island Champs. Thanks for all your support. See our build up thread of this car. http://www.speedtechnz.com/Builds/HD2+EVO+9+Drag+Car.html Thanks Motul - http://www.motul.co.nz Sparktech Ignitions - http://www.sparktechignitions.net/ HD2 - http://www.horizontaldrilling.co.nz/





Best Of Wild Rides 2010 DVD 2 Hour Preview video
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2JZ POWERED DATSUN 1200 COUPE RUNS 7.89 @ 172 MPH AT SYDNEY DRAGWAY - TEST N TUNE 22/1/2011
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Pro Mod Qualifying @ Supernationals 2011
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Pro Street racing - True Blue Nationals
Pro Street class qualifying for the Calder Park 2011 True Blue Nationals featuring Ford, Holden GM Chevy and more. http://www.facebook.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.youtube.com/user/fullBoostcomau http://www.fullBoost.com.au





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