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69 Z28 at work

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    69 Z28 at work

    only has 800 hp of nitrous on it












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    Looks like the cage may need a little updating with that much power
    The first nitrous powered LT1 in the 8's.
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    The Yenko stripes and the Z28 emblems clash. Tell the guy to make up his mind,,,it's either one or the other

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    That thing will lift so hard and land so hard it doesnt need an alignment. looks cool tho!

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    you're telling me that has (a) / sequential shots of nitrous totaling 800 additonal hp ? holy shit nuts

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    yes it does.

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    wow, that thing must spin the earth when he hits it!

    whats the motor in it, what kind of power does that alone push out?

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    700 cubic inch motor. i don't know the hp number but he did say 8.90s was what it should run.

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    700 cubic inch motor, holy shit dude + 800 horse of nitrous

    probably around 2000 hp

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    if that cars puttin out 1000hp without the juice, he should easily be running in the 8's without the juice. my neighbors vette with 900hp ran an 8.90 so i would think this thing would do better than that

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew69_04 View Post
    if that cars puttin out 1000hp without the juice, he should easily be running in the 8's without the juice. my neighbors vette with 900hp ran an 8.90 so i would think this thing would do better than that
    suspension has alot to do with it and it looked like he didnt have much by way of suspension.

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    you can tell that from the pictures? wow i can't see any suspension in those pics. well except for the tubular upper control arm on the left side in the engine pic.

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    Exactly. Who in there right mind would build a car like that without a 4 link. I know there are cars out there running leaf springs and still going 8's but. I'll put my money on a 4 link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    you can tell that from the pictures? wow i can't see any suspension in those pics. well except for the tubular upper control arm on the left side in the engine pic.
    i retract my last statement, from the ride height it looked like leaf springs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    you can tell that from the pictures? wow i can't see any suspension in those pics. well except for the tubular upper control arm on the left side in the engine pic.
    Ya I was thinking that too. Ride height doesn't tell me anything, but I'd be willing to bet with the HP and the money sunk into that car,,,,It's highly unlikely that car is still sportin' the original style leaf spring setup,,,,unless this car is running in a class that requires stock suspension,,,in which case the car wouldn't be backhalfed.
    The car is obviously back halfed,,,,most certainly has a 4-link setup.

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