Big Block 4 Speed Chevelle Drag Racing Video
**BEST 11.61 @ 121mph, 1.69 60ft all at 3800lbs!!! Had the mph for a bottom
eleven and still didnt have all the bugs worked out. Didnt get to turn the
wick up to much, only ended up shifting at 7200, though the motor makes
peak power at 7600, so there is much more left in it. NEW COMBO : all new
427, G-Force GF4A 4 speed, etc.
64 Galaxie drag race
My dad in his 64 Ford Galaxie Custom with 427 FE V8.
Sound is shitty due to water-proof gasket around microphone and editing is
shitty because well, I just don't give a fuck. Did low 12s, with some
tuning should be easy 11 second car, but blew a head gasket on the run
after the video ends.
1964 Falcon Drag Race - In Car Camera - 13.3 sec 1/4 mile
First time I raced my '64 Ford Falcon. 1/4 mile time in 13.30 seconds,
105.86 mph, lousy 0.488 second reaction time. Lots of wheel hop, hit the
rev limiter...I have some driving skills to improve. Sacramento Raceway on
April 27, 2011.
Vince's 64 Falcon with Rick at the wheel
Vinny's Falcon with Ricky driving. 1.24 60 foot time. Not too bad for first
time launching the car...Exploded the balancer hub and strut rod bearings
after the wheels came back down. Crank looks OK...
Ford Falcon 200 six cylinder engine build
Thanks for all the encouraging comments! If you'd like to keep up with the
1963 Ford Falcon Wagon build, check out all the stories here:
http://www.MyRideisMe.com builds a six cylinder Ford engine, step by step.
With guidance from my pops, a retired Ford mechanic, he shows me how, then
I give it my best shot, not always successful the first time, I hope
everyone interested in building their own engine can learn a little
64' ford falcon sprint
64' FORD FALCON SPRINT FOUR ON THE FLOOR HP 302, THIS LITTLE ROCKET IS THE
BOSS. THE ORIGINAL 289 IS STORED IN THE GARAGE. WE ALSO HAVE A 70' FORD
427 FOUR SPEED GT COBRA TORINO.
64 Falcon Dyno @ SVS R&D, Sacramento CA, 400 HP
May 31, 2011 - the experts at Sacramento Volvo Service (SVS) Research and
Development (R&D) testing my 64 Ford Falcon. This run was 305 rear wheel
with 280 ft-lbs of torque @ wheel, at 6,200 rpm. Engine is a DSS Racing
306 (302) with Trick Flow Twisted Wedge heads backed by a Ford AOD 4 speed
automatic overdrive transmission, and a Ford 9 inch rear end w/ 4.11 gears
and a spool. I have heard you lose 20-25% of your power through the auto
trans and differential, so that means the engine horsepower is about 380-400
horsepower at the
flywheel. Car Craft magazine tested a Mustang with an AOD and 9 inch rear
end and found a 33% loss, so I might be losing more than I think. Great
place to check your fuel test your car. These guys live and breathe
performance. The car weighs about 2,900 pounds. Should run 12.3 in the
1/4 mile, but I can't get traction. Contact me if you are selling 25 or
26x9x15 drag slicks!