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Mondello & Matsubara @ CHRR 2007

A Nice Video Of The Mondello & Matsubara Altered.


 


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Brian's 60th Birthday
Mondello and Matsubara fuel altered. Brian always wanted to just sit in this awesome car - his son Josh made this possible. Thanks Karpo, Derek & P-Wood





First Fire up - Mondello & Matsubara
First Fire up - Mondello & Matsubara altered





Vintage nitro dragster warm up.
2007 CHRR Cacklefest vintage nitro dragster warming up.





St. Thomas Altered 10-07
Altered, 1/4 mile pass..





Nuthin Fancy hitting tyre shake
Racing against Frank Bennett at the Hot Rod Drags, getting about 100ft out and getting clobbered by tyre shake... uncool! Check out our racing website at: www.nuthinfancyracing.co.uk





Matsuda Racing's Blown Alcohol '48 Fiat Altered
Crew chief & engine builder: George Matsuda. Chassis builder: Bobby Matsuda. Driver: Riley Takayama. Blown alcohol std. bore 350 small block Chevy. Stock iron block. Out of the box Procomp 210cc aluminum heads. Solid roller cam. 6-71 Danekas blower. Nostalgia bug catcher injector. MSD 7AL-2 ignition. 9" rear end with 4.33 gears. Stock case Powerglide transmission. Location: Kauai Raceway Park. Camera: GoPro Helmet Hero with roll bar mount. Sound recording is set on LO.





NHRA "Greatest quarter mile pass of all time"
NHRA Finals Pomona,CA. 11/12/2006 Schumacher right lane





Why They Make Nitromethane Part 5
Yeakel Plymouth AA/FD at Bakersfield March Meet 2008





Brian the Mail Man's 60th Birthday
Brians the Mail Man's 60th Birthday. Brian sitting in the Mondello & Matsubara Fuel Altered. This run cost $400 is fuel, and 5 hours in motor maintenance after.





Winged Express warm up
In the pits with the Winged Express crew at Bakersfield. Turn on your speakers





1st run blown hemi 1948 fiat altered best 1/8th 4.40@167 .977 60'
1948 511 ci blown alcohol hemi fiat 125" wb altered, powerglide, 1.89:1 first gear, 4.30:1 gear ratio rear axle, cottman transmission, mooresville nc piedmont dragway





Vintage FIAT TOPOLINO BURN OUT on 7 cylinders
Vintage FIAT TOPOLINO doing a burnout. Yes I know is is running on seven cylinders. It is the first test drive.





nitro olds topolino @ the 61st annual pomona Grand National Roaster show 2010
These guys fired off this oldsmobile powered fiat topolino during the mini crackle fest at the pomona grand national roadster show jan. 30th 2010. The fumes from the nitro was burning every ones eyes. The gals from the pin up contest were sitting in the cars during the run time.





37 Fiat Topolino Bob test drive
Bob Rizzoli's 37 Fiat Topolino street rod...BPMS 406 Rodeck w/Kinsler 8 stack IR intake......Special Thanks to "Earl Miller" of Kinsler Fuel Injection who guided us through the very complex setup of FAST EFI and the first to provide us with a "super" base calibration fuel map for our IR 8 stack ........We are sorting out some small issuses....headlights,brake and tag lights ......are plan is to attend Ocean City MD. in the spring for their car show/cruise weekend. In the mean time we have been dialing in the four link and data logging in an attemp to minamize our O2 fuel corrections. The BPMS 406 runs very well.....lots of power for a 1600 lbs street rod. Thanks to "Earl Miller" of Kinsler this motor idles at 900 rpm w/great throttle response ! Working w/this EFI 8 stack off and on in the past ten years I finally had to agree with info I read on the internet.....That this combination was never going to be a streetable induction system .....not IR designs at any rate......Don't belive everything you read or hear ! This pile of parts works ....So glad I didn't give in to the Holley folks !




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