Beating on a Dodge 440 big block truck fail
my friends 'smiley truck' taking a friend girl for a drive. i figured it
would do her some good but ended up breaking in an awesome way when it hit
a pothole. well, i guess it was exciting anyway.
The other truck is a 1951 ford f100 on a 1991 dakota frame.
Dodge 440 Mud Bogger
This is my 1982 Dodge D50, it has a 440 bored .030" TRW 2295 pistons,Comp
Cams 280 Magnum, 906 heads built by Dvorak Machine out of Waldo Fl, Torker
II intake, Predator Carb, MSD 6a ignition, custom built headers, 727 trans,
np208, GM 10 bolt front 3.73 open, Ford 9" rear 3.90 spool and 42" TSL's. I
rebuilt it in 2006 after rolling it in 2004, This was the second run of
it's first race. This was a time of 10.21 in a 230 ft pit. The first run
was 8.5 seconds (that was before everyone else got stuck and made the dip
at the start). This was from 2006, since then two flat camshafts as well as
a massive vacuum leak on #8 cyl, ruined the motor, I'm in the process of
rebuilding at this time.
Custom 1987 dodge d150
this is my dads 1987 dodge d150 pickup truck with a
318 bored 60 over
elderbrock performer intake and cam
holly 600 street advenger
cadillac tail lights
custom front and rear roll pan
custom running boards
custom bed cover
rear end is out of a 99 jeep grand cherokee truetrack and disc brakes
1989 Dodge Ram w/ Built 440 - Trip Around the Block
Here's a quick video of my little pickup truck taking a quick lap around
the block. Bare in mind it's running a Demon 750 with no choke and it's
still a little cold. Don't mind the tach it thinks its a 6 cylinder, i
checked it with my digital tach hand held and it's off. The carb and
kickdown aren't fully dailed in but are just about right there at it!