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2200 Horse Power GTO.........SICK WITH IT

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    Thumbs up 2200 Horse Power GTO.........SICK WITH IT

    Check out this sum bitch........
    2200 Horse Power out of 372ci Small Block!!
    Engine Specifications
    Duttweiler 372 CID Twin Turbo Chevy Small Block (2,200+ HP on VP C16)
    Dart Iron Eagle Block
    Program Engineering Main Caps
    Splayed Valve Symmetrical port GM heads
    Del West Titanium Valves, Retainers and locks
    Competition Cams
    TD Shaft Rockers
    Crane Valve Springs and Lifters
    Trend Performance push rods
    Billet Fabrication Valve Covers
    Jesel belt drive
    Callies Crank & GRP aluminum rods
    JE Pistons
    Precision Turbos GT47 80mm with Tial 60mm waste gates
    Steve Watt Custom stainless headers and exhaust
    Engineered Applications exhaust coatings
    Barnes Dry Sump Oiling System
    Dan Olson Oil pan
    K&N oil and air filtration
    Taylor Motorsports Engine Blanket
    Hogan Manifold
    Wilson 105mm Throttle Body
    SCE Gaskets
    ARP Fasteners
    Spearco Intercooler 1000 HP cores (4)
    Intercooler custom fabricated by Ed Thornton
    Stewart EMP 55 GPM intercooler pump
    Russell Hoses and Fittings
    Motec M800 Engine Management
    CDI 8 Coil to plug ignition
    Powermaster starter and 16V battery
    Meziere Mechanical Water Pump
    Ron Davis Radiator
    Car Specifications
    Jerry Bickel Race Cars Double Frame Rail 110” WB 4130 Cromoly Chassis
    JBR Pro front struts
    Maval Manufacturing Rack
    Koni Full Sweep Electric/Air Rear Shocks
    JBR full floater fabricated housing with Mark Williams 40 spline axles, carbon brakes, 3” anti-roll bar and GMM-4 Suspension System
    Mark Williams front steel brakes with floating rotor
    Strange Ultra Case with U.S. 9.5” Pro Gears
    East West Triple 9” Clutch
    Trick Titanium 8 5/8” bellhousing
    Liberty Extreme 4 speed transmission
    American Racing Trak Star front spindle mount 15x3.5, rear 16x16 bead locks
    Mickey Thompson tires front 25/4.5/15 rear 34.5/17/16
    Stroud belts and dual launcher chutes
    Racepak V300 Data Acquisition with dash
    Air intake and intercooler plumbing fabrication by Ed Thornton
    http://www.pertronix.com/about/news/details.aspx?id=12



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    sweet looking..... the power is insane tough.....

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    anything Duttweiler builds is typically an awesome and super high power engine......he also gets that H.P. from the 86 - 87 Turbo Buick V-6's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper101 View Post
    Awesome ride!! One of my favorite. I bet is sounds mean as hell!! Is it Prostock Legal?
    Prostock for who?

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    NHRA? I have never seen a Boosted Prostock, Thats Why I was askin. Not sure if Boost is Illegal or what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper101 View Post
    NHRA? I have never seen a Boosted Prostock, Thats Why I was askin. Not sure if Boost is Illegal or what.
    No it is illegal in MANY ways for NHRA. It was built puposely for the Series out west here PSCA.

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    Yeah, prostock is naturally aspirated only. That looks like a pro mod or outlaw type car.

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    It is set up to run "Pro Street" in PSCA.


    Class Description
    PRO STREET is the quickest and fastest heads-up class in the Pacific Street Car Association's
    line-up. Mid 6's at over 220MPH is what you will see in this class. From '57 Chevy's to '07 GTO's... Twin Turbo's, Supercharged, and in your face Nitrous Injected Mountain Motors make's this the class everybody is talking about!!!


    Pro Street CLASS GUIDELINES


    BODY:
    Steel, aluminum, fiberglass and carbon fiber bodies and body parts are allowed as long as the car retains it's original appearance and profile. Wheel well openings can be modified for tire clearance. Rear wings are allowed, but may not extend more than 28 inches from the transition point with the body to the tip. The drivers and passenger doors must be fully operational and must open from the outside. The PSCA reserves the right to add weight penalties for any body modification that does not fit within the current rules.

    AERODYNAMICS:
    PSCA reserves the right to add weight as deemed necessary to any body style that presents a superior aerodynamic advantage at any time during the season

    LETTERING / DECALS:
    Contingency decals or SPONSOR decals may be permanent on body, per approval from an PSCA official.

    BRACKET RACING AIDS
    The use of bracket racing aids such as optical sensors, delay boxes, stutter boxes, and throttle
    stops are not allowed.

    CHASSIS / SUSPENSION:
    Any chassis and suspension combination that passes NHRA safety standards is allowed.

    DRIVE TRAIN:
    Any rear-end, gear ratio and transmission are allowed. Automatic transmissions may use a
    trans-brake air or electric shifters.

    Ignition:
    Entries may utilize only 1 Distributor or 1 Mag.

    DISPLACEMENT LIMITS:
    See Weight Breaks.

    ENGINE MOUNT LOCATION:
    The maximum allowable engine setback is no more than 10% of the wheelbase as measured from centerline of front spindle to center of furthest forward spark plug hole.

    HEADS:
    Any cylinder head is allowed as long as only 1 spark plug per cylinder is functional.

    EXHAUST:
    Mufflers are not required. Headers must have a 4 pipes into 1 single outlet collector and must not protrude more than 2 inches outside the bodyline (Please refer to picture below). If The PSCA Tech Official feels your exhaust does not meet the following specs, your combo may receive a 25 - 50lb Weight add depending on the severity.....


    FUEL / FUEL SYSTEMS:
    Gasoline & Alcohol only (No Nitro) The PSCA reserves the right to check gasoline at any time during competition. The addition of chemical additives intended to alter the makeup of the gasoline for increased performance is strictly prohibited. During fuel check, a competitor must identify the brand of gasoline being used. The sample will be considered illegal if it does not match the baseline results (ex. color, dielectric reading +or-.2, and chemical tests) logged by PSCA. Failure to pass fuel check is grounds for disallowance of the run during competition and disqualification from the event during eliminations.

    INDUCTION
    NITROUS OXIDE:
    All nitrous systems are allowed. Nitrous oxide commercially available,
    thermostatically controlled blanket-type warmer accepted. Any other external heating of bottle's
    prohibited. The use of any agents other than nitrous oxide as part of, or mixed with, this
    pressurized fuel system is prohibited. Nitrous oxide may not be used in conjunction with
    supercharger or turbochargers. If entry is teched in at a non-nitrous weight break, all nitrous
    oxide lines, fittings, solenoids, and bottles must be removed before car is allowed to pass tech.

    SUPERCHARGER / TURBOCHARGER:
    Single or multiple supercharger or turbocharger allowed (max twin turbo size is 91.000mm ea.)
    Two-stage superchargers or turbos are not allowed (twin superchargers or turbos must share a
    common plenum). Intercoolers are allowed. Screw & Roots-type limited to single supercharger per engine.
    Roots-type size limited to 14-71; 19 inches maximum rotor length, 11 1/4-inch case width, rotor
    cavity diameter 5.840 inches maximum, variable multi-speed supercharger devices prohibited.
    Supercharger restraint systems required on Screw & Roots-type units. (96% Over-Drive Limit on Screw Super Charged Entries)
    Nitrous oxide not allowed in combination with supercharger or turbocharger.

    TIRES:
    Front tires must have a minimum tread width of 4.5 inches. Front tires do not have to be DOT
    approved. Rear tires have no limitations. The tread of the tires must not protrude outside the body
    line at the top of the tire.

    PRO STREET WEIGHT GUIDE:
    (All weights are race-ready, car with driver)

    Engine Group/ Power Adder/ Weight

    Import Combos:
    Rotary Turbo or Nitrous / 1750
    4 Cyl. Turbo or Nitrous / 1800
    All 6 Cyl. Turbo or Nitrous / 2250

    Single Turbocharged Combos:
    All 332ci or less/ Single Turbocharged / 2600
    All 333ci-450ci / Single Turbocharged / 2700
    All 451ci-500ci / Single Turbocharged / 2800
    All 501ci-550ci / Single Turbocharged / 2900

    Small Cubic Inch Twin Turbocharged Combos:
    All 332ci or less / Twin Turbocharged (up to 76mm MAX ea) / 2400
    All 332ci or less / Twin Turbocharged (76.001-80mm MAX ea) / 2500
    All 332ci or less / Twin Turbocharged (80.001-88mm MAX ea) / 2600
    All 332ci or less / Twin Turbocharged (88.001-91mm MAX ea) / 2675

    Medium Cubic Inch Small Block Twin Turbocharged Combos:
    All 333ci-450ci / Twin Turbocharged (up to 80mm MAX ea) / 2600
    All 333ci-450ci / Twin Turbocharged (80.001-88mm MAX ea) / 2650
    All 333ci-450ci / Twin Turbocharged (88.001-91mm MAX ea) / 2725

    Big Block Twin Turbocharged Combos:
    All up to 450ci / Twin Turbocharged (up to 88mm MAX ea) / 2850
    All up to 450ci / Twin Turbocharged (88.01 - 91mm MAX ea) / 2925

    Small or Big Block (Big Cubic Inch) Twin Turbocharged Combos:
    All 451ci-500ci / Twin Turbocharged (up to 88mm MAX ea) / 2900
    All 451ci-500ci / Twin Turbocharged (88.01 - 91mm MAX ea) / 2975
    All 501ci-550ci / Twin Turbocharged (up to 88mm MAX ea) / 2950
    All 501ci-550ci / Twin Turbocharged (88.01 - 91mm MAX ea) / 3025

    Small Block NA, Nitrous & Supercharged Combos:
    Small Block / Naturally Aspirated / 2000
    Small Block / Nitrous Oxide / 2150
    Small Block / Roots Supercharged / 2400
    Small Block / Screw Supercharged / 2550

    Big Block NA & Nitrous Combos:
    Big Block Unlimited CI / Naturally Aspirated / 2250
    Big Block up to a 5.0 Bore Center / Nitrous Oxide / 2600
    Big Block over 5.0 Bore Center / Nitrous Oxide / 2650

    Big Block Supercharged Combos:
    Big Blocks up to 455ci/ Roots or Single Centrifugal Supercharged / 2700
    Big Blocks up to 455ci/ Screw Supercharger / 2850 (96% Over-Drive Limit)
    Big Block 456ci & up / Single Centrifugal Supercharged / 2800
    Big Block 456ci & up/ Roots Supercharged / 2850
    Big Block 456ci & up/ Screw Supercharger / 3000 (96% Over-Drive Limit)
    No Big Block Supercharged Combo (Except Centrifugal) Can Weigh Less Than 2700lbs

    Weight Deductions:
    *Entries using torque converters with manual trans may deduct...200 lbs.
    *Entries using OEM Automatic Transmission may deduct...250 lbs.
    *Turbo or Centrifugal Supercharged Entries without an intercooler may deduct...50lbs

    http://pscaracing.com/Rules/rules_08_prostreet.html

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    Yeah, I believe the NMCA has a very similar class that my dad ran in a couple time back in 02-03. It's basically Pro Mod with a few more rules and regulations.

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    Lol Damn that's some sick numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slims00ls1z28 View Post
    It's still slow!!


    Lol Damn that's some sick numbers.
    Yeah 6.50's @220 ain't shit!!!




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    That is really a study in engineering. That is fucking sweet. I got wood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    That is really a study in engineering. That is fucking sweet. I got wood.
    I must agree! I was waiting for you to visit. I can't wait to check it out in person soon. I'll have LOT's of pics for you all.
    I tried to title it with the awesome engineering that it exhibits.

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    The part I don't get is why the prostock style hood when it's turbo?

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    Hard to see but I think they fabricated the turbo intakes up to the hood scoop. I see the blow off valves down low on the sides...but look at the fabricated plenum on the intake....

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    does that come with the Bose speakers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    does that come with the Bose speakers?
    7.1 baby!!

    Can you imagine 2200+?

    And it has a air to air type up in the scoop.

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    After closer inspection of the pics, its fairly different than most race turbo setups I've seen. Most of the time the turbos are up front and the intercooler is in the passenger seat. The way that one is set up just looks like it makes things more complicated, but maybe there are some rules that don't let the intercooler be inside the car.

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