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What's that huge ipad looking calculator thing on the left of the dash?


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Posts: 491 | Location: Burleson, TX | Registered: March 23, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What's that huge ipad looking calculator thing on the left of the dash?


What page is the picture?


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What's that huge ipad looking calculator thing on the left of the dash?


Navigation/GPS.............


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No navigation but it does have a horn and backup lights.

Car w/driver, race ready weighs 2026 lbs. with a cast iron block 582.


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What's that huge ipad looking calculator thing on the left of the dash?


The biondo delay box?
 
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Some pictures of Kevin Fords brand new Elite TD. They have been working on getting it sorted out and did run 6.13 this past weekend.




 
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No navigation but it does have a horn and backup lights.

Car w/driver, race ready weighs 2026 lbs. with a cast iron block 582.


I hope he is a very large driver for that weight..
 
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230 lbs.


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Steve, just for clarity, Kevin’s car was an Undercover that was front halved and back halved by Elite.


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Interesting, Kevin did not tell me that when I talked to him about it. Only that it took about a year to get it done. That explains the Undercover blow plate. I know he was having some wheel stand issues and came over and compared engine angles to mine and said his is about 1.5* higher in the front then mine so that could be a contributing factor.
 
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no he put the undercover plate on for airflow to the procharger.i am reasonably positive it is all new elite


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Rusty, it’s not, I spoke to Bill Frederick. That said, the driver’s compartment is all that remains of the original frame. The carbon body along with carbon dash is also original Undercover, as is the rear housing along with other components.


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okie dokie


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the give away was the carbon body, Bill doesn't yet offer a carbon body on his Elite cars.


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Congrats to Matt Schell for his runner up in Wednesday’s American/Racetech dragster shootout at the summer fling at National Trails Raceway in his new Elite dragster I featured here. This is Matt’s 1st season in a big car. He also went deep yesterday in the $15k race.

https://www.facebook.com/watch...NK-UNK-IOS_GK0T-GK1C


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Looks like he is getting a new american
 
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well he won the American chassis in the dragster shootout.


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as u know a chassis is far away from a complete car
 
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About $50k from the complete plumbed and wired roller he will have built.


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well he won the American chassis in the dragster shootout.


I bought the Race Tech that the winner took. It's due to be built in Jan and I am waiting for a quote on levels of finishing. At a minimum, I am having them wire and plumb it for brakes, throttle/chute cables etc...
 
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