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Injected Alcohol Milodon Hemi Fire Up

We almost always save fire ups for the track but in this case we needed make sure everything was in check before we hit the track since we never ran this combination before. Installed in Matsuda Racing's nostalgia front engine dragster. 484 Milodon Hemi. Weiand tunnel ram, Enderle bird catcher, Enderle 80A fuel pump. Vertex mag.


 


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*** FUNNY *** Standing next to a 10,000 + Horsepower Nitro burning Top Fuel Hemi engine
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10,000 + Horsepower from a modern Top Fuel HEMI !
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WORLDS FASTEST PLYMOUTH ARROW KEITH BLACK RACING ENGINES HEMI
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