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No bump but check out Sackuvich... 6.10 @ 245 ! Wow


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Big boost.


272" Spitzer
540 Chevy
The Blower Shop XR1
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FTI Level 6 Powerglide
3.69@199
.916 60'


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He was only 1.15 to the sixty and 4.11 to the 1/8th. That car is crazy fast in the back half.
Anyone with a procharger and lots of money should toss that carburator in the trash and buy EFI
 
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5.93 @ 249 first round Holy Moly


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That’s fast! So he got a warning?
 
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What the heck , who said Phil could go out and play....



6 D712 Phil Dion, Paradise Valley AZ, '16 Yancer 6.198 230.33 234.33


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oops thats 2 in one race....
 
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Two in one race, but for a D5 guy Smile
 
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He posted on FB NHRA said dont do it again!!! Or risk suspention. Such BS
 
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He was only 1.15 to the sixty and 4.11 to the 1/8th. That car is crazy fast in the back half.
Anyone with a procharger and lots of money should toss that carburator in the trash and buy EFI


EFI isnt what does that..... plus 18k + in efi is bs or I would already have one one mine, loved efi when I ran it years ago


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Originally posted by Big Steve:
He was only 1.15 to the sixty and 4.11 to the 1/8th. That car is crazy fast in the back half.
Anyone with a procharger and lots of money should toss that carburator in the trash and buy EFI


EFI isnt what does that..... plus 18k + in efi is bs or I would already have one one mine, loved efi when I ran it years ago


I can get you a deal for less than 18K J.R. Full Moon


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Originally posted by Big Steve:
He was only 1.15 to the sixty and 4.11 to the 1/8th. That car is crazy fast in the back half.
Anyone with a procharger and lots of money should toss that carburator in the trash and buy EFI


EFI isnt what does that..... plus 18k + in efi is bs or I would already have one one mine, loved efi when I ran it years ago


Maybe or maybe not but I guarantee that engine is way more efficient than any carburetor could ever be. Tuning from a lap top and having the fuel, boost and timing maps all in sync is what produces runs like that IMO
 
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Originally posted by Big Steve: Tuning from a lap top and having the fuel, boost and timing maps all in sync is what produces runs like that IMO


Having PROLINE on the valve covers is what produces runs like that.
 
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Originally posted by Big Steve: Tuning from a lap top and having the fuel, boost and timing maps all in sync is what produces runs like that IMO


Having PROLINE on the valve covers is what produces runs like that.


That and a bunch of boost.......


272" Spitzer
540 Chevy
The Blower Shop XR1
FTI XPM Series Converter
FTI Level 6 Powerglide
3.69@199
.916 60'


www.ftiperformance.com

2017 Bradenton Heads Up Madness
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2020 Retired From T/D Competition....

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Originally posted by "The Bender":
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Originally posted by Paul S/Q:
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Originally posted by Big Steve: Tuning from a lap top and having the fuel, boost and timing maps all in sync is what produces runs like that IMO


Having PROLINE on the valve covers is what produces runs like that.


That and a bunch of boost.......


Exactly!!


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steve what would your mph be at say 50lbs


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steve what would your mph be at say 50lbs


Boom!

Most Chevy's don't need and can't handle that much boost.

That Hemi is a billet block with high end internals.....


272" Spitzer
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The Blower Shop XR1
FTI XPM Series Converter
FTI Level 6 Powerglide
3.69@199
.916 60'


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steve what would your mph be at say 50lbs


Yea building big boost is easy but its way more than that, what impresses me is how he gets it down the track. His Q2 with a 1.15 60ft, 4.11 1/8th, 6.10@245.94 out the back is whats impressive to me more than the 5.93 @ 249 pass

He backed it down a bit for Q1 of the 2nd race, 6.14 @ 239
 
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steve what would your mph be at say 50lbs


Boom!

Most Chevy's don't need and can't handle that much boost.

That Hemi is a billet block with high end internals.....


Yea BBC bottom end has always been its biggest limit with blower.While Hemi heads get a lot of credit the bottom end is just way stronger which allows it to handle lot more blower. With alcohol motor a great blower is all you need.You can screw the tune up and still haul the mail. As long as rods stay in for 1321' that is.LOL



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Chris that's why I said "most" Chevys...….the New Century block is deep skirted and has cross-bolted mains, looks just like a Hemi and it has 1/2" head studs that go deep into the block.

http://newcenturyperformance.com/Blocks.htm


272" Spitzer
540 Chevy
The Blower Shop XR1
FTI XPM Series Converter
FTI Level 6 Powerglide
3.69@199
.916 60'


www.ftiperformance.com

2017 Bradenton Heads Up Madness
Open Outlaw Champ

2018 PDRA T/D #5
2019 PDRA T/D #2

2020 Retired From T/D Competition....

2020 Bradenton NMCA Hemi Shootout Winner
 
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