In-Car Shot Dragracing Lenco Transmission Video
This is an in-car shot of Mike drag racing his 73 Duster using a Lenco
transmission. His dial in time is 10.60 and his ET for this race was a
10.61. This video shows the fast accelleration of a Mopar motor.
Evinrude 300XP -91
After a few hours in the workshop..
The expansion chambers are "home made" by hydroforming. The original Exhaust is milled away and the engine
block is filled whit plastic.
This engine will get electronic fuel injection and will not be used in a
Note: This is a sponsored video for Forge Apollo
The two QUICKEST passes in Drag Week History! 6 Seconds!!!
WOW! Things kicked off with a heated battle in the Unlimted class at Drag
Week 2013 with Dave Ahokas running a 6.83 @ 202 and Tom Bailey running a
6.72 @ 214 really raising the bar on the competition for the quickest Drag
Week car this year. Wait to see what's in store for the rest of the week,
it's going to be good!
SB Chevy 302 8000 RPM Dyno Pull
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Ever thrown a rod? how about a block?
HUGE engine explosion at a tractor pull event. the block is literally
blown out of the engine bay and lands onto the ground next to the tractor.
as far as catastrophic faliure goes, this is as bad as it gets.
FASTEST STREET CAR IN AMERICA - Tom Bailey's 217 MPH '69 Camaro!
1000 miles, 4 tracks, 5 days, and 5 six second passes, if that doesn't
prove that this is the fastest street car in America (possibly the world),
I don't know what does! Tom Bailey and Steve Morris not only won Drag Week
2013, but they are also the first to run 5 consecutive six second passes at
Gear Jammer Explosion
Shot at the Shelor Motor Mile Dragway on May 15th, 2010.
This video is jam packed with good old fashioned, shifter slapping, wheel
standing, drag racing action.
Filmed in HD widescreen by Rick Butterworth and edited by David Craig.
1978 NHRA Sportsnationals
The late, great, Modified eliminator. If you've never witnessed Modified
Production and Gas-class cars in action, you really missed drag racing's
most exciting era!
Sure, drag cars are making more horsepower and torque than
ever, with resulting quicker and faster ET's and MPH, but the sounds of these
high rpm, manual shift race cars--sans any electronic rev limiters--is no
longer around. Ditto for the mean sounding/cool looking dry hops, as the
cars approach the start line (after the burnout) is unfortunately, a thing
of the past.