Jeeps Girls and fast cars - Mopar Sunday
We visited Mopar Sunday recently. It is a very interesting annual event at
Willowbank Raceway near Brisbane. Jeeps, muscle cars, drag cars, racing
cars, show n shine, RTI Flex Ramp, Dyno Test, everything was there.
♫ Stabby - Isometric
F.A.S.T 340 6 barrel on engine test stand
FAST (Factory appearing stock tire) legal 340-6 pack on engine test stand.
Headers are for startup only. 11.69 @ 118mph through factory manifolds on
stock polyglass tires. Check them out at fastraces.org
68 Dart 340 4 Speed Run
My 1968 Dart after I transformed it from a slant 6 auto to a car with a
1968 340 that I built myself, 4 speed manual trans., and an 8.75, with 3:91
ratio limited slip diff. In the beginning, the first car you see pass by
is a COP! I waited a few seconds for him to get down the road a ways
before I took off. Sorry about the poor sound quality from the camera.
426 HEMI Engine First Startup
Finally started the Road Runner after 11 years of restoration. It took a
while to fiqure out where the distributor should be but when we did, all
Mopar Stage 3 Lift Kit Install
The Mopar Stage 3 Lift Kit co-developed by TeraFlex. A premium lift kit
available from authorized Jeep dealers. You need to watch Teraflex's EVAP
Relocation video when installing this kit.
Mopar Shakes Down The New 2015 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak Test Vehicle
Mopar Performance Parts and SRT Motorsports engineers test the 2015 Dodge
Challenger Drag Pak Test Vehicle at the Milan Dragway just outside of
Detroit, Michigan. The new factory-produced race car, revealed at the
NHRA's 60th anniversary U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis, sports power from
an aluminum 426 cubic-inch Race HEMI, and is slated to include a number of
drag racing-specific components and features, much like those found in
previous Drag Pak models.
View more at: http://www.dragzine.com
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340 on the dyno at Kell's automotive
This is a clip of my motor warming up on the Dyno at Kell's Automotive in Las
Vegas. The motor is the original 340 out of my 1973 Dodge Charger. The
motor has a stock resto 340 steel crank, fluidampr balancer, Crane retrofit
hydraulic roller cam (509/528 lift, 284/292 duration), 9.5:1 compression,
.040 overbore, Eagle H-beam rods, 7 quart Milodon Pan, full groove main
bearings, high volume oil pump, and Barry Grant Demon carb. It ran great
on 91 octane pump gas, and even idled fine at 600 RPM (will be set to about
900 since it will have an automatic transmission).
Start: $400 - Finish: Mean Green MOPAR: Violent Valiant - /BIG MUSCLE
The Plymouth Valiant was never meant to be a muscle car. It was never meant
to be fast, overly attractive or go around corners. Loved by grandparents
and college professors alike, the Valiant was the go-to car for those who
wanted smooth reliable transport. Owner Shannon Hudson bought this Valiant
for $400.00 and after 20 years of ownership and a few different versions,
built it into one of the coolest MOPAR A Bodies we've ever seen.
• Shannon Hudson
burnout mopar power
Morgs blown 440 big block hearse outside his house during hi mashing party
Sehr Performance Machine / Franks 340 6 Pack
Frank's build started off with him bringing in just the cylinder heads and
6 Pack intake for a MOPAR 340 that he was going to assemble himself. He
wanted us to go through them to get them ready for assembly. This included
shot blasting and stress relieving the heads, new hardened seats, valve
job, guide work, some bowl blending and port matching, milling the heads,
new dual valve springs, retainers, locks and of course new Viton positive
seals. We also upgraded his cam with a custom ground, Comp hydraulic flat
tappet piece and new lifters.
His next batch of parts included his block and rotating assembly. We got
everything cleaned up and crack checked and commenced bringing everything
back to better than new condition. Frank also gave us the task of finding
an original MOPAR fuel block and linkage for his 6 Pack set up. At about
this point in time Frank decided to let Scott do the assembling and he had
us break in his new engine and sort out the carbs for him as well. For the
money he had into it he really didn't want to blow it on a possible missed
step. All the data gathered on the Dyno greatly simplified the
whole process and Frank has the data that shows what he's got.