Saw that on speed as well. It is hard to believe but it explains why the engine separates on impact.
correct. they need the chassis to flex. if you bolted it in tight it will rip the top left tube on the frame.
well.. thats half true.. there is a fail point between teh engine and the driver for safety reasons... also, there is no dyno currently that can accurately measure how much power these engines are putting out. it is estimated that have have 7000+ horsepower..
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'11 Mustang GT 5.0...Kona Blue...6spd Manual...Couple power mods...
Gotta love 8,000hp in the morning...beats a redbull.
lol, dont know why i put half-true... but anyways... my and my dad made and "initiation" of sorts for family members wanting to watch the top fuel dragsters... you go in the pits, find the dragster that doesnt fire on teh first try (so the cylinders are loaded with nitromethane), then you stand there and take it when it shoots the liquid fuel in the air as everyone scatters from the burning fuel that smells so sweet and burns horribly bad at the same time... i love the smell!!