Meet SuckerPunch, my multipurpose race and show car. I have received many trophies at various racing and show events over the years with this car.
Started out as my NASCAR mini stock circle track racer. Currently has a high revving SBC 377 mated to a Tremec TKO 600 5-speed with about 20 hours of run time on them. Lots of internal and external lightening and composite parts. All tins and chassis are powder coated. Sets of wheels/tires for drag racing and for autox type events, all Hoosier tires. There are so many aspects to this overall car I cannot list them all here but I have created a detailed list of the drivetrain, read on. I have a binder of receipts including part numbers to build this, I'm kind of afraid to add it all up, so I won't :)
This car is ready to go without any servicing or changes needed. Drive train can easily be swapped into any small Chevy like Camaro, Nova, Malibu and even directly into an 2nd Gen FC RX7 without any further fabrication.
Dyno tuned on 8/5/16 on a DynoJet machine by Service Pro in Nooksack, WA.
(makes best power from 3200 to 6300 rpm in 4th gear pulls, Revs to 8500 rpm quickly)
(at 4500 rpm)
Will run at the top of bracket 6 (6.0xx) at the Monroe Drags at Evergreen Speedway. Recorded the fastest trap speeds during autox events this last winter. Gets lots of attention at the car shows because there isn't anything else remotely like it.
My intent while building this was not to go for most horsepower I could build but more towards a high power to weight ratio and experiment with composites and coatings.
Anyone truly interested can come over or call me and I can give them the tour.
Some older video here to get a sense of construction and how quick this engine revs up and down:
(Some peripheral engine parts have been changed since this video above to make it breath even better)
I have put together a complete drivetrain build sheet with all descriptions and part numbers. Please email me and I can send it to you. I also have 100's of pics from the build, I can send what you want to look at from during the build or more detailed ones as it sits now in my shop.
Email or Phone is best.
Call me at three-six-zero-eight-four-zero-seven-three-seven-nine