A drive in the 57
This is a quick video that I threw together to show the car driving. I'm
not happy with how much wind noise that was caught filming, so I will be
doing another video next time the car is out. Also my dad never really ran
any of the passes at full throttle since he still is getting used to
something with this much power. I have run it at full tilt and it is way faster than any of the runs in this
For Sale: 522"BBC
For Sale 522" BBC, 750+HP N/A, 1000+HP w/NO2, 4.560" X 4.00"
Never raced run on stand only.
Dart Big M block -- machined by Steve Schmidt Racing Engines
GRP 5100 Series Nitrous Rods -- 6.51"
JE Nitrous Series pistons -- 4.560"
JE Tool steel pins - .180" wall
JE Hell Fire Nitrous rings
New GM LS7 Nitrited Crank -- 4.00" stroke
ATI Super Damper
Assembly balanced by Steve Schmidt Racing Engines
Steve Schmidt fabricated aluminum oil pan
Moroso Blueprinted racing oil pump & pickup
Jesel Belt Drive
Ultradyne roller 290/296 @ .050", .776"/.725", 112 LSA
Howards roller lifters - +.300"
Fel-Pro MLS head gaskets
Dart 320s w/113 CC cambers -- fully ported by Scott Shafiroff Racing
Matching fully ported Dart 4500 intake manifold
Dart 2.300" & 1.880" valves
Comp H-11 springs -- 1.625"
Comp Titanium retainers, locks & 3/8" pushrods
Jesel Shaft Rockers
Moroso fabricated valve covers
NOS -- Soft Plume fogger system w/stainless lines
NOS -- Dominator Cheater plate system
MSD Billet Distributor -- low profile
MSD Super Conductor wires -- 8.5mm
$10,500 Call -- 497-4854
Less carburetor, vacuum pump & fuel regulators
NOTE: compression can be lowered to a street friendly 9.5:1
For $1,100 and 1 month time.
More Power Through Improved Rocker Arm Geometry
Another of my old RaceScene TV Episodes. It was filmed at Crane Cams with
Ralph Johnson who worked with them under the old ownership of Crane. Ralph
shows how to maximize rocker ratio by using different length pushrods to
produce more power. He also discusses correct valvetrain geometry.