This is my daily driver 1987 Buick Regal T. 3.8L turbocharged, white version of a Grand National. Stock block with ported Champion iron heads, slightly modified turbo, injectors and downpipe. Running on 93 octane pump gas at the track, this 10.99 was backed up by 5 more 10 second runs with a best of 10.81 @ 124 MPH. Yes it has A/C and gets 22 MPG on the highway. Leave it up to a Buick !
Boost Films SFL - Buick T-Type goes 8.32 @ 178mph Test & Tune [HD]
While at PBIR we met up with these 2 awesome guys (Owner/builder & Tuner)
with their simply gorgeous T-Type. Unexpectedly this thing ran 8.32 without
even breaking a sweat! Coolest thing about this car we were told that it
was built in the owners garage! Check it out don't forget to like, comment,
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Subaru STI - 10.85 @128 Daily Driver on PUMP 93 oct.
Atco Dragway, 4-17-10 (CLICK PULLDOWN FOR BUILD INFO)
My best of the day was my first pass at 11.16 @ 125, and I had (4) more
passes under 11.4. I pressed my friend and tuner to work it harder.
Car: 2006 STI 2.5L
Street tires - full weight
Tuner/Shop: Junior2JZ / The Shop, Norwalk, CT
Dyno Info: Dyno Dynamics (1.2 CF)
Peak HP at RPM: 500hp @ 7000rpm
Peak Torque at RPM: 420ft lbs @ 4700rpm
Fuel: 93oct Sunoco unleaded pump - Nothing more
Engine block: Headway Performance cast iron sleeved, O-ring & balanced
Pistons: Wiseco HD
Rods: Manley turbo-Tuff
Oil pump: Cosworth
Engine bolts/Studs: ARP
Cyl heads: OEM Valves & ports. Decked surfaces
Cams: Kelford 272 w/valve springs
Intake manifold: 2007 w/ TGV deletes
Injectors: 1050cc Bosch w/Perrin fuel rails
turbo: Rotated HTA3582 (GT35R) w/.82 Exhaust housing,
HTA: Aluminum compressor rotor
Exhaust: Perrin EL header & components
Tial EWG internal reroute
AMR FMIC w/intake plumbing
AEM Standalone EMS Computer
Clutch/Flywheel: Clutchmaster Stage IV / Aluminum
Thanks for watching! Coop
1987 Buick Grand National First start in ten years
Video was made for personal use but decided to share
Sat in storage for ten years (01-11)
Changed oil, changed plugs and charged the battery. Thats it.
Fogged the cylinders and ran the motor with out plugs to build up oil
pressure before i started it.
Smoke from start up was from the fogging oil, I still cant believe how easy
it started. Even the gas in ten years old! Although, it was before Ethanol
was added to everything and it was treated with a heavy dose of good
stabilizer. It will be drained and new fuel will be added before we run it
HPJim's Grand National 10 sec. street car
Drove it to the track 60 miles away, bolted on some slicks. Drove the 5000
mile power tour also. Best E.T. to date is 10:38 @ 128 m.p.h. 1.43 60'.
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