Finally A Car quicker then a Busa





djsin

Lily's Daddy
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0-60 in 1 second...
2200HP and street legal, of course if we all had 100k laying around we could have one of these cars too, not to sure about the 1/2 mile to the gallon though @ the track and 5 around town....listen to the passenger scream like a little girl....:laugh:
:poke::please:



:thumbsup::bowdown:
 

djsin

Lily's Daddy
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what the leo's have to drive in order to catch the above car
:laugh:

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#11
Thats a quik car alright, but no way it did 0-60 in 1 sec, I used to race a blown alcohol dragster, so I know what I'm looking at, and I,m not so sure about that ET in the vid ether
 

Mr Bogus

Trouble Makers Inc.
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0-60 in 1 second...
2200HP and street legal, of course if we all had 100k laying around we could have one of these cars too, not to sure about the 1/2 mile to the gallon though @ the track and 5 around town....listen to the passenger scream like a little girl....:laugh:
:poke::please:



:thumbsup::bowdown:
that was 100,000 pounds british sterling.. or $165000 USD.... rather pricey for a 7 second car but sure looks purty :)
 

djsin

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pro street is for american production cars and trucks this car is not american and has stock chassis wich probably means it falls into the pro stock rules

who knows..but heres the rules
 

djsin

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Pro Street full 14 page rules

Class Overview
Pro Street vehicles are the fastest and quickest vehicles in the NMCA series. Pro Street
provides the ultimate in street-legal drag racing with 6-second passes at over 200 MPH.
Pro Street is designed for both stock appearing and Outlaw-style bodied vehicles. Pro
Street entries are permitted small block and big block engines up to and including a
maximum of 840 ci depending on combination. Single power adder naturally aspirated,
supercharged, nitrous oxide, or turbocharged engine combinations are permitted using
both gasoline and alcohol as fuel. Pro Street permits a variety of race-proven
modifications and performance enhancements on from-the-ground-up, purpose-built
vehicles. Pro Street class is for American production cars and trucks.

Maximum Cubic Inch - 840
If actual cubic inch is more than base cubic inch listing, there will be a weight penalty of
8.0 lbs per cubic inch assessed to base weights, up to the maximum cubic inch permitted
in the class.
Note: All weights are with driver & rounded down to the five pound increment. Ex: A
calculated weight of 2842 would be required to weight 2840 with driver at scales.
No Inter cooler allowed with Alcohol combinations
Modular 4.6\5.4, 4valve\2valve engine deduct 250 lbs
Entries with a purpose built transmission using a torque converter with 3 speeds or less
may deduct 100 lbs from base weights. See Section 2.13
Entries with an OEM-type 3 speed automatic transmission (lock up or non lock-up) may
deduct 200 lbs from base weights. See Section 2.14
Entries with an OEM-type 2 speed Powerglide based automatic transmission (lock up or
non lock-up) deduct 250lbs.
Nitrous big blocks with OEM cast iron block, 4.840-inch bore centers, and 650 ci or less,
may deduct 125-lbs.
Nitrous big blocks with OEM cast iron or aluminum block, and 706 ci or less, 4.840-inch
bore centers, may deduct 75-lbs.
5.0 Bore Spacing 741-820 Cubic Inch Nitrous Combinations Add 50 to 707-740 base
weight =2700
5.2 Bore Spacing 741-820 Cubic Inch Nitrous Combinations Add 100 to 707-740 base
weight= 2750
Trucks may deduct 50 lbs from base weight.
Accepted Products:
Accepted Products Deadline: NMCA will accept requests from manufacturers to have
new products considered for addition to 2009 accepted lists only up until November 10,
2009. After this date, NMCA will consider manufacturer requests for new products for
the 2010 season.
 

djsin

Lily's Daddy
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Pro Stock
General Overview
Pro Stock is a naturally aspirated class designed for 1950 & newer American production
cars and trucks that are equipped with stock-type chassis and 10.6-inch wide tires. Pro
Stock entries are permitted small block and big block engines up to and including a
maximum of 565 ci (depending on combination). Pro Stock permits a variety of raceproven
modifications and performance enhancements on stock bodied, stock appearing
vehicles. Suspension is restricted to stock-type or ladder bars. Pro Stock will be
conducted at all drag racing events (see race schedule).
Qualifying Information, Ladder Type, & Tree
All Run, NHRA Sportsman Ladder, Pro .400 tree, Heads-Up.
Weight Breaks
ENGINE BASE CI BASE WEIGHT
Small Block 360 2700
Small Block 400 2800
Small Block 420 2900
Small Block 440 3000
Big Block 477 3450
Big Block 525 3550
Maximum cubic inch for all combinations – 565*.
1950 – 1974 body styles and all Trucks – deduct 75 lbs from base weights
Entries using stock-type rear suspension may deduct 50 lbs.
All Mopar-Based Big Block Combinations – deduct 50 lbs from base weights.
Add 175 lbs for 10-14 degree small-block cylinder heads**
Add 100 lbs for 15-18 degree small-block cylinder heads**
All Pontiac Combinations – deduct 175 lbs from base weights.
All (a)Buick, (b)Oldsmobile, and (c)AMC Combinations – deduct (a)200 lbs, (b)250lbs,
& (c)200 lbs from base weights.
Clutchless manual transmission – weight penalty of 125 lbs added to base weights.
2-speed OEM Powerglide transmission deduct 50 lbs
*If actual cubic inch is more than base cubic inch listing, there will be a weight penalty of
8.5 lbs per cubic inch assessed to base weights, up to the maximum cubic inch permitted
in the class.
** Small Block Ford Victor Cylinder Heads or TFS Twisted Wedge R SBF Heads will
add 100 lbs irregardless of valve angle of cylinder head. (Does not include Victor II)
Note: All weights are with driver & rounded down to the 5 lbs increment. Ex: A
calculated weight of 2968 lbs would be required to weight 2965 lbs with driver at scales.
Accepted Products:
Accepted Products Deadline: NMCA will accept requests from manufacturers to have
new products considered for addition to 2009 accepted lists only up until November 10,
2009. After this date, NMCA will consider manufacturer requests for new products for
the 2010 season.
1: ENGINE
1.1 COOLING SYSTEM
RADIATOR: OEM production-style or aftermarket radiator is required and must be
mounted in stock location. Stock core support is required.
Water pump: Any aftermarket (belt drive or electric drive) pump permitted.
COOLING FANS: Any permitted.
1.2 ENGINE
ENGINE: Engine must be a V-8 automotive type engine. Cross breeding of an engine to
a different make of body permitted. Engine swapping permitted during event.
1.2a) ENGINE DRIVE BELT SYSTEM: Any permitted.
Water injection is prohibited.
1.3 EXHAUST
EXHAUST: All entries allowed to use tubular headers. Adapter plates permitted to bolt
headers to cylinder head. Exhaust must be directed out of car body, away from driver and
fuel tank.
1.3a) HEADERS & COLLECTORS: Any headers and/or collectors permitted.
1.3b) EXHAUST TUBING/SIZE: Any tubing size permitted.
1.3c) TAILPIPE & EXHAUST RULES: Not required.
1.3d) MUFFLER REQUIREMENTS: Mufflers required. All exhaust gases released from
engine must pass through muffler(s). Commercially available, conventional style
(generally available through retail locations) mufflers required.
A maximum of two (2) mufflers is allowed. A maximum of one (1) inlet and one (1)
outlet is permitted. Collector-style mufflers are prohibited.
1.5 FUEL-DELIVERY SYSTEM
DELIVERY SYSTEM: Electric or mechanical fuel pumps permitted. Pressure regulators,
and any line size permitted. All fuel lines must originate and return to a single, nonsegmented,
fuel cell or OEM fuel tank. Fuel pump must shut off with a master electrical
switch. Any method of artificially heating or cooling fuel prohibited (cool cans, ice, wet
rags, Freon, etc.). A valve for removal of fuel (gasoline) during technical inspections is
mandatory. Valve must be installed between carburetor/injection and regulator, and
should be installed in such a manner that allows a cup to be placed to catch fuel removed
from the line. Exit of valve should be capped or plugged in addition to being closed for
added safety.
Aftermarket/fabricated fuel tank or cell permitted. Must be located outside driver’s
compartment and inside bodylines. If tank or fuel filler is inside trunk, a bulkhead of
minimum .032” aluminum or .024” steel must be used between trunk and driver
compartment, and tank must be vented to outside of car. When used, fuel cells must have
a metal box protecting the part of the fuel cell that is outside the trunk floor.
Non-metallic fuel cells or tanks must be grounded to frame. See NHRA General
Regulations Section 1.5.
1.6 GASOLINE
1.6a) GASOLINE: Gasoline as outlined here is the only acceptable fuel for use in this
eliminator for the specified combinations (See Section 13). The NMCA Racing
Association reserves the right to check gasoline at any time during competition. Gasoline,
as defined by the NHRA rulebook, is a mixture of hydrocarbons only. The average
dielectric constant (D.C.) for the hydrocarbons that compromises gasoline is 2.025. This
is defined as a reading of “0” on the fuel-check meter.
1.6b) SPEC FUEL: This class requires the use of one of the allowable spec fuels in this
class. Mixing of fuels prohibited. Failure to pass fuel check is grounds for disallowance
of the run during competition and disqualification from the event during eliminations.
1.6c) NITROUS OXIDE
NITROUS OXIDE: Prohibited.
1.9 OIL SYSTEM
OILING SYSTEM: Wet sump oiling system required. External oil pumps permitted. Any
vacuum pump and/or evacuator system (header, or otherwise) permitted. Any oil pan
permitted.
1.10 SUPERCHARGER
SUPERCHARGER: Prohibited.
1.15 BLOCK
BLOCK: Engine block is restricted to factory bore spacing. Any commercially available
cast iron or aluminum engine block is permitted.
1.16 ENGINE LOCATION/MOUNTS
ENGINE LOCATOIN: Engine location may be altered from stock; however no part of
engine or heads may contact firewall. Engine plates and solid engine mounts permitted.
1.17 HEADS
HEADS, GENERAL: Pro Stock is intended for ported, high Performance “street/strip
and race” cast iron or aftermarket aluminum cylinder heads.
1.17a) HEADS, PERMITTED: Original manufacture, generally available heads, accepted
by NMCA, permitted. External modifications prohibited in port area. Spark plug
placement and depth must remain stock. Billet or fabricated heads prohibited. Cylinder
heads must be overhead valve single spark plug per cylinder design. One-off or custom
made cylinder heads prohibited.
1.17b) HEADS, MASS PRODUCED: Any mass produced, commercially available,
NMCA approved, commonly available, cast aluminum or cast iron cylinder head is
permitted. Low volume, one off, aluminum cylinder heads prohibited. Cylinder heads
must be available to the public (generally available for the average consumer, with listed
parts numbers, and sold by dealers).
1.17c) HEADS, BOLT PATTERN: Class is only permitted standard OEM bolt pattern
for cylinder head bolts and standard OEM bolt pattern for intake manifold. Standard bolt
pattern is defined as OEM bolt location & number of bolts. Adapter plates may be
utilized on exhaust side that permit modified exhaust header bolt pattern.
1.17d) HEADS, PORTING: Permitted.
1.17e) HEADS, WELDING/EPOXY: Prohibited.
1.17f) HEADS, VALVES: Any valve permitted. Bronze lined or replacement guides
permitted.
1.17g) HEADS, MILLING: Angle milling is acceptable. Big block cylinder heads must
maintain (and keep as measured) the original-production engine cylinder head valve
angles +/- 3 degrees. Other than the variations listed below, all big block cylinder heads
must measure +/- 3.0 degree of stock original-production engine cylinder head angle. For
example, all Big Block Chevrolet cylinder heads must maintain a minimum of 23.0-
degree intake/14.0 exhaust, to a maximum of 29.0 degree intake/20.0 degree exhaust, etc.
1.17h) HEADS, PUSHROD SLEEVES: Permitted, however the use of welding or epoxy
to secure sleeves prohibited. Cylinder head may be cut for larger push rods.
1.17i) HEADS, COMBUSTION CHAMBER VOLUME: No regulations limiting
combustion chamber volume.
1.17j) HEADS, PORT PLATES/ADAPTER PLATES: Port plates/adapter plates
permitted on intake side of head. Port plates/adapter plates permitted on exhaust side of
cylinder head restricted to a maximum thickness of one half inch (0.5”).
1.17k) HEADS, VALVE JOB: Any valve job permitted.
1.17l) HEADS, EXHAUST PORT: Small Block Chevrolet Only: Standard Version &
Spread Port Versions of Accepted Heads Permitted. Symmetrical exhaust port prohibited.
The following cylinder heads are the only accepted versions for the PRO STOCK class.
No canted valve or symmetrical valve heads are accepted.
 

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