1963 Corvette split-window
Shawn Dove's 1963 Corvette split-window built by Boyd Coddington, MOTOR BY NELSON RACING ENGINES for the TV series American Hotrod. This beauty sports an all-aluminum 434cid sbc that is twin-turboed, intercooled, and fuel injected. Oh yeah, and it develops a streetable 1500hp!
73 Camaro "F-bomb" 1500 Horsepower --- PART 1
FROM NRE: A 1973 Camaro which we've caged, minitubbed, completely stripped to bare metal and powder coated the entire car. The motor is a 406 twin turbo making 1540 hp and 1527 lbs of torque. We are going to prove to everyone you can "have your cake and eat it to." We are going to drive the car 300 miles a day, stopping at a race track everyday, for 5 days. 1500 miles and 5 race days in 5 days, with no support vehicle. Sounds pretty crazy? Did we mention we are planning on running in 8 second quarter miles? Our goal is to illustrate that you can own a car that smooth running, mellow-idling, easy-driving, pump-gas cruiser - and still make 1500hp, 8 second passes. We call it the "F-bomb" becuase when it arrived at NRE, it looked like a Scud hit it.
Monster 2500 HP Alien TT 572 CI BBC from Nelson Racing Engines. 1970 Camaro, Chevelle, Impala
This is one mean engine. It made such a roar and earth rumbling growl that NRE employees were taking cover! Its really something to see and hear in person. Look at how fast the Dyno HP meter dial accelerates! What a pull ! NRE's Tom Nelson tells us about this powerfull engine and does multiple Dyno pulls. For more information go to http://nelsonracingengines.com and http://nelsonsupercars.com, as well as http://nretv.com. For Media Production go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com. For basic info about the NRE Dyno and what the numbers mean, view this You Tube video from NRE University: http://www.youtube.com/user/nelsonracingengines#p/u/6/8_uMgvoeb3g