The McLeod Red Hemi Cuda is One Mean Ride


How do you make the coolest muscle car of all time cooler? You let McLeod do its magic. It’s not new for a manufacturer to have an in-house test vehicle to try some new products. When McLeod debuted their Muscle Car 5 Transmission, 1970 Hemi Cuda owner Paul Lee thought this would be the perfect opportunity  to create an amazing car,  and after a long two years of construction the ‘Cuda is finally reeking havoc on the streets. Lee’s  ‘Cuda is packing an Arrington Performance built 528ci 2nd-Gen Hemi with Edelbrock heads and a Procharger F-2 that has been dyno’d at 1,300 hp. Lee is trying everything he can to take the Muscle Car 5 Transmission to the absolute limit, and having fun while doing it.


Arrington Perfomance 2nd-gen 528ci Hemi with Edelbrock heads, Procharger F-2 supercharger with The Supercharger Store belt drive system, Holley fuel injection system, Stage V intake manifold

McLeod Muscle Car 5 transmission with McLeod Racing RXT twin disc clutch, flywheel, and hydraulic bearing, Quicktime bellhousing, Hurst shifter

Art Morrison C6/3-link Max g chassis and components

Wheels and Tires:
Weld wheels with Mickey Thompson tires

Wilwood brakes, Strange Engineering rearend,

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