Richard brought his Fury to us to install the Max Wedge intake and exhaust manifolds, along with work on the exhaust system. We also got the car up and running again by completing some unfinished work on the fuel system.
Part of the Billadeau Mopar collection, Scott’s 720hp Road Runner had a Billadeau built 540 MP Mega Block with Lunati crank, Ross pistons, Crower roller cam, Manley rods, Indy CNC 440-1 heads and Dominator carb. As of April ’07 the car had run a best of 10.7@128mph.
Other work included bodywork, fitting the roll bar and wiring.
The Wedge motor was freshened up ready for the 2011 season with a new cam, rings, bearings and a bit of head and intake porting. It dyno’d at 781hp with 698ft-lbs of torque.
The car has since been returned to stock and found a new home.
Dan, a.k.a. Tomby, brought his Duster to us for engine work. The 360 engine was fully rebuilt with forged pistons, ported heads, a hydraulic cam along with a 3″ exhaust, making the car good for 13.3 second ETs. The engine bay was painted and the graphics were also created and applied.
Here’s a few pics showing a full paint job in progress on Richard’s Road Runner.
Hot rod artist Chris ‘Fat Frog’ Froggatt brought his Belvedere to us for the 383 motor to be rebuilt. Other work carried out included the painting and rewiring of the engine bay.
We built the 440 engine in Nigel’s Road Runner, which features Indy SR Heads, an hydraulic cam and K.B. Pistons, as well as wiring the engine bay. The car ran a best of 12.1 seconds on the strip.