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,