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Wanted Man 34 Alky Fire up Blown Hemi Nitro

First time to try and fire the Hotrod on Alky (Science experiment). 10/30/09 Was gonna add some Nitro but the tune was not ready. Maybe next summer.


 


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The front engine dragster Six Shooter became with 392 Hemi! 392 Hemi is being started for the first time after 10 months building. Homepage: six-shooterracing.com





Vintage nitro dragster warm up.
2007 CHRR Cacklefest vintage nitro dragster warming up.





*** FUNNY *** Standing next to a 10,000 + Horsepower Nitro burning Top Fuel Hemi engine
*BEFORE COMMENTING* on actually how much horsepower is being made, Check out my other video titled " 10,000 + horsepower from a modern Top Fuel HEMI ! " Let Mike Dunn & Gary Gerold explain the facts to you first. Standing next to a 10,000 + horsepower Top Fuel Hemi engine. Everyone has to atleast once in thier lifetime! Ahhh... The sights, smells and sounds of a Nitro Methane burning monster Top Fuel Hemi engine. An exprience one doesn't soon forget. An experience that can't properly be captured on a video. A sensation that'll leave you in awe and always coming back for more! *Old Info 2006* Drag racing is one of the most popular forms of motor sport in this country. Hopped-up Hemis and blown big blocks shred tires and thunder down the 1320 in no time flat. But even the quickest modified street cars pale in comparison to the awesome power of Top Fuel Dragsters & Funny Cars. In fact, the forces at work inside these cars are almost unimaginable. Here are some specifics that really put top fuel power and acceleration into perspective. One Top Fuel dragster 500 cubic inch Hemi engine makes more horsepower than the first 4 rows at the Daytona 500. Under full throttle, a dragster engine consumes 1½ gallons of nitromethane per second; a fully loaded 747 consumes jet fuel at the same rate with 25% less energy being produced. A stock Dodge Hemi V8 engine cannot produce enough power to drive the dragster Supercharger. With 3000 CFM of air being rammed in by the Supercharger on overdrive, the fuel mixture is compressed into a near solid form before ignition. Cylinders run on the verge of hydraulic lock at full throttle. At the stoichiometric 1.7:1 air/fuel mixture for nitromethane the flame front temperature measures 7050 degrees F. Nitromethane burns yellow. The spectacular white flame seen above the stacks at night is raw burning hydrogen, dissociated from atmospheric water vapor by the searing Exhaust gases. Dual magnetos supply 44 amps to each spark plug. This is the output of an arc welder in each cylinder. Spark plug electrodes are totally consumed during a pass. After 1/2 way, the engine is dieseling from compression plus the glow of Exhaust valves at 1400 degrees F. The engine can only be shut down by cutting the fuel flow. If spark momentarily fails early in the run, unburned nitro builds up in the affected cylinders and then explodes with sufficient force to blow cylinder heads off the block in pieces or split the block in half. In order to exceed 300 mph in 4.5 seconds dragsters must accelerate at an average of over 4G's. In order to reach 200 mph well before half-track, the launch acceleration approaches 8G's. * Dragsters reach over 300 miles per hour before you have completed reading this sentence. Top Fuel Engines turn approximately 540 revolutions from light to light! Including the burnout the engine must only survive 900 revolutions under load. The redline is actually quite high at 9500 rpm. The Bottom Line; Assuming all the equipment is paid off, the crew worked for free, and for once NOTHING BLOWS UP, each run costs an estimated US $1,000.00 per second. Putting all of this into perspective: You are driving the average $140,000 Lingenfelter "twin-turbo" powered Corvette Z06. Over a mile up the road, a Top Fuel dragster is staged and ready to launch down a quarter mile strip as you pass. You have the advantage of a flying start. You run the 'Vette hard up through the gears and blast across the starting line and past the dragster at an honest 200 mph.The 'tree' goes green for both of you at that moment. The dragster launches and starts after you. You keep your foot down hard, but you hear an incredibly brutal whine that sears your eardrums and within 3 seconds the dragster catches and passes you. He beats you to the finish line, a quarter mile away from where you just passed him. Think about it; from a standing start, the dragster had spotted you 200 mph and not only caught, but nearly blasted you off the road when he passed you within a mere 1320 foot long race course. That, folks is acceleration!





Geezers Crackle Fest
Texas Drag Geezers Christmas Luncheon Ranch House Restaurant and Club. Sachse, Texas





Blown Hemi 69 Road Runner
Brand new 1800 HP car making a few test runs. Groutaone official race gear found here http://www.groutaone.com/





TURN UP THE SOUND mountain side conn.dragway reunion
TURN UP THE SOUND mountain side conn.dragway reunion





1000+ HORSEPOWER * Pro Street Blown 31 Ford Model A "COUPEZILLA" Hot Ratrod, OPEN HEADERS video #2
ENTER "COUPEZILLA" IN YOUTUBE OR GOOGLE AND SEE MANY MORE "COUPEZILLA" VIDEOS...."BURNOUTS ON THE STREET AND MUCH MORE.. "COUPEZILLA"...'31 Ford 5-window Coupe all steel, tube chassis, Corvette 4-link, Big Block Chevy built for the Awesome 8.71 blower. 6' dropped axle with Coil Overs front and rear. 30x19 dual-pass aluminum radiator in rear. Coupe is still a work in progress. Don't have the grille brackets made yet, that is why NO grille. Still have to wire it. It can be driven right now. Since this vid it has been tagged "C-ZILLA" (COUPEZILLA) and is on the Street. Thanks....."LETS LIGHT THIS CANDLE"!





Pro Street 1967 Chevy II. Going to local car show part 1 of 5
My brothers 67 Chevy II. Blown alcohol injected small block chev.





Blown Hemi hot rod show truck
Kevin Tully from Hot Rod Chassis and Cycle (Addison, IL) test drives his newest project: custom 1930 Ford Model A truck powered by a Moonyham blown 392 Chrysler, fed by 8 Strombergs





528 HEMI Start Up On Engine Test Stand
My uncle Cal breaking in the 528 Hemi before it gets dropped into a 1971 Plymouth Scamp race car. Sorry about the turning of the frame during the video, my camera auto turns when I turn the camera. The video will definitely make up for that! Enjoy!!





Wanted Man 34 Thompson 1st Run





BLOWN 34 FORD COUPE [NOT SO GREEN]
See the Blown 392 HEMI conversion and resto at http://www.blown34.com 1934 Ford 5 Window Coupe body and chassis. Real Henry steel with a 3-1/2" chop. Weiand 6-71 blown small block 350 Chevy, TH350, Ford 9" rearend, original 1932 heavy axle dropped 5" total and filled (thanks Jordan Graham!), all riding on original 1940 Ford 16x4 Steelies with 600-16 & 750-16 Firestone bias-plys front and rear.





426 Hemi Engine Build -- Part 1
From http://www.horsepowermonster.com/ . The horsepower Monster follows the build of one of the very few Chrysler 426 Hemi's in existence. You can see the other videos in this buildup along with the Dyno sheet here: http://www.horsepowermonster.com/2012/r eviving-the-elephant/ Thanks! We're constantly uploading great new videos. Please subscribe so you won't miss out! https://www.youtube.com/thehorsepowermonster MORE INTERNET GOODNESS: Website: http://www.horsepowermonster.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/horsepowerMonster Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/hpmonster/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HpowerMonster Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ThehorsepowerMonster/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/horsepowermonster





Blown Hemi,Insane sound!!!
540 Indy Block Hemi,first fire.will be fitted with Blower Shop 8.71,Hilborn Fuel Injection,Nitrous.Going in the Most INSANE 1930 Sedan ever built!!!




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