Rat Rod Engine Dyno Testing - Zoomies!

Want a low buck Hot Rod engine that's not a total pooch and looks "Rat" cool? David Freiburger from Hot Rod Magazine built this ultra cheap SBC and runs it on the engine Dyno with multiple intake and Exhaust configurations. He even slaps a set of Zoomies on it for extra cool factor. What do you think the horsepower numbers will be? Watch the video to find out and get the June 2011 issue of Hot Rod Magazine to read the feature story and get all the gory details.

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HOT ROD Magazine's 1,100 Horsepower Bonneville Big-Block
This is the engine that will be in the Turk/Freiburger So-Al Special Camaro at Bonneville in 2011. It's a 4.560x3.766, 491ci big-block Chevy with 10.0:1 compression, AFR 335 heads, a 272/276-at-0.050 solid roller cam, a Brodix ported intake, and a 1,000 HP Holley. The Blower is a Vortech YSi at 9 psi peak, and it's blowing through one of the new "flying saucer" carb enclosures. The best power was 1,099 at 7,000 rpm.

Hot Rod Magazine spent some time with a cool car called the Derelict and got to bench racing about what other rides out there are like this... The righteous look and vibe of a true jalopy, but a stout yet reliable drivetrain combined with the spot on fit and finish of a well built and sorted Hot Rod. So, we are throwing it down. Do you have a great beater that can handle daily abuse? LET'S SEE IT! Go to our facebook page at www.facebook.com/hotrodmag and post a photo and some details about your beater before March 15, 2011. We will pick our favorite car and travel to wherever you are to do a full magazine and video feature on your winning car! Seriously. Don't forget to "like" us on facebook and subscribe to our youtube video channel to see all of our upcomming adventures. HOTROD.COM is pretty cool as well, so bookmark it in your web browser and you should be covered in all things HOT ROD MAGAZINE.

Hot Rod Corvette Hack - The Long Version
This is the video version of the Corvette Hack story that appeared in the Nov. '10 issue of Hot Rod magazine. You'll see the Hot Rod staff shred an '85 Corvette, cutting off parts until it was nearly a bare frame. The point? To see how much the car's performance improved as it dropped weight (into the Dumpster).

Hot Rod TV gets a rare look at what it takes to win one of the most prestigious awards in the world of Hot Rods. Its the longest running hot rod extravaganza in the United States. Who will win Americas Most Beautiful Roadster and how will these rolling pieces of art be judged? Find out as Hot Rod TV goes to the Grand National Roadster show.