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    mike moran in the 5's

    first door slammer turbo car ran 5:97 251 mph qtr mile

    3,700hp twin-turbo 572ci monte carlo, wow

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    WOW that is fast.
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

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    Thats Flying.

    I can't remember the et but At Black Sunday @ Gateway Raceray this year there was a guy with a procharged motor that ran a mile per hour in the 1/8 that was amazing... 233MPH. It was a 50's style promod vette

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    Corve....never mind. That's nuts. :shock:

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    Must have had a ''MOPAR'' engine in it :!: :!: :lol: :lol:




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    No Mopar

    It was a a Big cheif 557 BBC

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    I saw an ad in National Dragster for CFE cylinder heads that a 69 Camaro with a Turbo small block "CHEVY" ran in the 5.90's at 237 MPH. I thought that was impressive!

    TS1955

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashbros
    Thats Flying.

    I can't remember the et but At Black Sunday @ Gateway Raceray this year there was a guy with a procharged motor that ran a mile per hour in the 1/8 that was amazing... 233MPH. It was a 50's style promod vette
    That is Insane (233mph)..i been looking hard at the procharger website...about to change the cam and place that 144 b@m low profile blower on my 69 camaro..Not much for motor in it Now just Playing with what i have and not have to dump a ton of money in it...........but in the future..i would seriously like to venture into one of those F-series intercooled prochargers thats making 1200hp on pump gas...


    Oh yeah...ash not trying to Hi-jack this thread,,,but have you done much research on how the E-85 works on this smaller Blowers...and who is good at converting the carbs to E-85.

    Don't know a whole lot about this.

    Brian
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    Just started tinkering about a month ago on the e-85. I don't know enough to be dangerous, yet, but I will keep ya informed if I get somewhere with it.

    As far as those procharger, 1200 horse is fairly easy to achieve without an intercooler using an F-2, If using an F-3, the power is insane.... 2000++++hp

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    hey bjuice, check out this site. classicmtrsprts.com. guys up here been using his services and praise him. also, just helping your "hijack"


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