11,000rpm Burnout at UBC2
UPDATE - Talked to Harry about this video the other day. He confirmed that the tacho recall read 11,200rpm and he also told me the engine didn't die, it sheered the rollpin in the distributor and put the timing way out. which is why it turned over but wouldn't fire properly. the engine did another 3 or 4 shows after this and even then it only needed bearing and valve springs. There's no mechanical sympathy here. Listen to this thing scream when Harry Haig gets into it during the second annual Ultimate Burnout Challenge held at Avalon Speedway. The engine sounds more like something you'd hear in a pro-stock car than on the burnout track. It's no surprise that the engine can't handle that kind of sustained rpms but it's still amazing to watch and listen to.
NUMNUTZ - Who Needs a V8?
Not Adam Slorach, that's for sure. He takes it to the big V8's with his little 202ci Holden six and shows them how it's done.
Ultimate Burnout Challenge 2 - NUMNUTZ gives us a flame show
We already uploaded one supercharged six powered ute today so we figured we might as well upload another. Check out Adam Slorach's effort from the second Ultimate Burnout Challenge at Avalon Speedway. As good as this burnout was it still only scored 14th overall - that's how good the rest of the competition was!
700hp+ Holden six - PROFC
GM Holden made the iconic red motor six back in 1964 and it was the mainstay for Holden up until 1985 when unleaded fuel killed it off. It was a tough little motor and Holden made millions of them but I don't think anyone ever thought the little 202ci six would be ever making over 700hp. Paul Coles from Pro Street Automotive owns this awesome little FC and he feeds the tough little 202 with 30psi Boost and enough methanol to drown a supercharged big block. Fastest time to date is 10.12 at 132mpg but he recently up the horsepower again and looking for nine second timeslips. Unfortunately the traction wasn't there on the weekend at Heathcote but hopefully Paul will hit the nines soon.