Fanastic! Congrats, what does your car dyno at?
2006 Magnum SRT8 "HEMIWAGN"; HalfFast Performance built; OST Dyno tuned; Frank Racing Extreme Heads, Scudd Cam & Ported Intake; Paramount Performance Dominator 3600TC & Valvebody. Best 1/4: 10.815@ 124.26 MPH, 1.497 60', 3400lbs with driver, DA +1300
From wild to extra wild we got you covered with crap ya never knew you needed.
The first 6.1 transformation and it all went down hill from there.
08 route 66 burnout champion 07 Shindig 6.1NA winner. Willow Springs 1:42!!. 11.796 @ 117mph
Thanks, guys. It was a bunch of fun.
Karl's car is bad ass. They're still dialing her in and I think she is going to post some big numbers.
A few pics from Adam...in the burnout box before the run and the timer with happy ending.
I've got some vid the friends took but haven't had time to upload.
"A stick car is like a red head. A bit more work, but it's a happy ending..." ;-)
Arrington 392 with the twins tuned by A.J. "hemituner". World record modern MOPAR 205.7mph at the Texas Mile...
Blow it up and trailer it home!!
It occurred to me that some of you may think all the clear plastic on my front bumper is tape holding the car together....LOL! Not so....just something I use for aero. The front bumper cover was secure as could be. It was the chin spoiler area and front belly pan that were sheered off. Wheel well liners rubbed on the wheels so they went and the plastic cladding on the lower sides also need a bit of help (duct tape to the rescue).
Congrats Sam. Way to make that car fly.
2010 CHALLENGER SRT8 AUTO, ARRINGTON 426, P&P HEADS, 645 CAM, CUSTOM 12.5-1 MAHLE PISTONS, CUSTOM PUSHRODS, 90mm TB, P&P STAGE 1 MANIFOLD, BB CONVERTER, VALVE BODY & DRIVE SHAFT, 1400HP AXLES, HEADLIGHT CAI, 391 GETRAG, 90/10 SHOCKS & V6 SPRINGS, TUNED BY HEMITUNER AJ, CAR PB 10.90 @ 124.57, MY PB 11.205 @ 124.76 1.49 60ft
Very nice, looking forward to the video.
I don't need friends I need people to do their job correctly!
(2) inertia engines: 392,426 none currently running 426 parted out not worth running.
(4) Arrington engines: 426,426,440,440 3 currently still running two of them DD and the 4th down because it was time to go bigger note one 426 does use oil.
(3) PWR engines: aluminum 440 needed repair out of the crate replacing rotating assembly, iron 440 sent back 3 times, aluminum 468 still in crate and taking bets.
4500lbs SRT 300c N/A API 440 11.2@ 121
F&%@ you we're from Texas!!
[QUOTE=DTECH;4030769]Spraying on the runs also helps close the gap....
YEA That 100 shot is huge... The 4.2 makes what RWHP???1000 PLUS?
my 2.8 with a 100 shot only makes 850ish. ...just for grins.
Best ET KB & N02 - 9.800 Best ET KB Only - 9.91
1st 6.1 in the 9's "Jack the Snake"
Here's the Saturday morning run.
Sam congratz again bud. How much N20 did you use?
Gonna have to figure out a way for that big spltter to withstand a force 5 hurricane.
Scott - I haven't dynoed it since making adjustments. It's bigger than a 100 shot and certainly not a 200 shot.
Chris - yeah, I've got some work to do. We learned a few things from Karl's car and watching some of the others. Either I need to keep running this beat up nose or come up with something rock solid, preferably that I can remove and install for the events. Thanks for all your help! Your TCM helped get Karl over the 200mph mark and all your help during my projects was priceless. Lunch on me soon!
Congrats Sam. Well done my friend. You reached your goal of 190....now its time to go for 200+
I am sorry I was not there to see you make the run, I was in SoCal at Spring Festival. Give me a call and let's go to lunch soon. I want to hear all about your runs you made at the TXMile.