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Have you not seen Terry"'s (Cadillac 512)) avitar?
Greg Surfas
Sure. But that is one. Yes it's cool to see a big sled go 13s, maybe hi 12s. Just want to see some FAST builds. This is my 500 plus project in a 2200# car. Should get a "little" weird on the loud peddle. me 3 (2).JPG .
 
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this is the motor doing work, In a light car it just loafs
I tried to post a u tube address but it wouldn’t take it
 
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I thought it was Surfas?
 

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Looked at the vid again. I thought it was a '78 or '79 at first. Sorry.
 

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Oops. Sorry, I thought that was a '77 to '79. It also looks yellow. Vid is kinda far away.
 

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One of my runs with the hi-port 514 in the '26 T. 9.50's at 138mph 60' was 1.295

Terry
 

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A picture (video) is worth a thousand words.

nuff said. :whistle: :notworthy:
 

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2500# with me in it. Weight distribution was 50/50 frt-rear.

Mario, if you had time to look twice it wasn't very dang fast!

Terry
 

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This is what I mean. I know, it is fun to get the big tanks rolling. But now it's time to REALLY ROLL! Years ago had a 4300# behemoth '67 Cat that ran 13.5's. Remember in the early '80's, 13.5 street car was damn fast. So most Camaros, Goats, Chevelles and Yes even Mopigs were not a problem It was fun to trounce on the "Fast cars".
 

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This is what I mean. I know, it is fun to get the big tanks rolling. But now it's time to REALLY ROLL! Years ago had a 4300# behemoth '67 Cat that ran 13.5's. Remember in the early '80's, 13.5 street car was damn fast. So most Camaros, Goats, Chevelles and Yes even Mopigs were not a problem It was fun to trounce on the "Fast cars".
"Fat girl" or "skinny girl," they are ALL fun!!

bro. "Grateful for variety," d :cool:
 
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