Spintech super pro street
Spintech super pro street, 218/218 112 108ICL cam, Stock stall, Stock
heads, 4.10s, D60 LSD, Hedman Longtubes, 3"ORY, Stage III Valvebody. Stock
Fan, DSP with CRAPPY TUNE, Transgo HD2 Kit. Other goodies ;)
Cammed turbo hemi truck
2006 ram hemi QC, STS turbo,
intercooled, water meth, pace setter LT's, 4:56 gears, power ported cam,
P&P heads, SCt tuned by hemifever!
SRT MAX CAM A 5.7 HEMI DODGE RAM
218/223...566/556...112 ( SRTMAX CAM) FROM INERTIA MOTORSPORTS
IDLE IS AROUND 820 RPM
I HAVE LT HEADERS, 3IN TRUE DUAL WITH 3 IN X PIPE, AND DUAL 3IN Dyno MAX BULLETS 16 IN LONG WITH
3 IN PIPING ALL THE WAY BACK
Jeep SRT8 with new Inertia SRT Max cam
Jeep SRT8 with Kooks longtube headers, no cats, straight pipe B&B with
bullet resonators, Inertia SRT Max custom ground cam, RDP tune, 4" intake,
Thermalnators.....Nasty cam idle!!!!
2000 HP Dodge Charger Hemi - Mirror Image Turbo
Film by Nelson Racing Engines on BIGJACKturbo
NRE's Tom Nelson shows us the new Maximus Supercar from Nelson Supercars.
Its an amazing car build. Tom Nelson has been moving to a new much larger
facility the last few months. He hopes to have more time to make more
videos than he has had recently. The new building has a paint shop, polish
shop, engine assembly shops,parts shop, shipping department, and Supercar
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Sled Pull - Day 4 of Diesel Power Challenge 2013!
On Day 4 of Diesel Power Challenge, the 9 reader-selected trucks hitch up
to the sled for the most demanding test yet! If you thought the drag strip
was hard on these rigs, just wait until they hook up a professional-level
pulling sled and try dragging 300 ft across a packed down mud pit!
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Home made 4-cam hemi fire up #2
This fire up was to test the clutch. The idea is that you set the clutch to
slip at a certain RPM, not only so it will not spin the tires at the hit,
but so you can control the car to get it into reverse after the burn out
and stage the car. You want to have just enough drag to where if your hand
is off the brake the car will creep, but not so much that the brakes won't
hold the car. You also want to be able to bring the RPMs to the point where
the motor runs clean so when you hit it the motor picks right up instantly
rather than having to catch up with the volume of fuel you're dumping in
there; or worse, gag and die on the line because you're dumping more fuel
in than it's ready to handle.
Tommy was told to set it up so it will launch at 3000 rpm, so that's what I
was zinging it up to in this video. It's kinda eerie. The car starts
shaking and really changing tune. You can see Tommy come over and depress
the clutch pedal, lock it, and then try to get the clutch to slip by using
the handbrake... which if you notice, the tires aren't slowing down and
smoke is just pouring out of the brakes.
We also found on this run that the tach in the car is off by 100%. I was
twisting it at 3000 according to the temporary tach in the seat, and the
one on the control panel was bouncing around 6000. No wonder we hurt the
motor last time out at the track. Tommy launched it at what he thought was
2500 RPM and it was obviously more like 1250, so that explains why the
motor hydraulicked and hurt the bottom end.
Back to the drawing board. We made some adjustments to the clutch and tried
it again with much better results. but a 3000 launch rpm just seems awfully
He ended up making a few phone calls and the Skuza's told him to set it up
to launch at 2200 RPM. Much better on my nerves at least! I can't imagine
having to do this on a 90% load of nitro... I'd better have my life
insurance paid up. So we'll try it again tomorrow.
BTW- the truck tires on the back are just to be able to get it to fit into
the trailer, obviously when we're at the track we have full size slicks on