It may not be the quickest Creampuff, but it is the fastest true Creampuff. Today in scorching Florida weather I ripped off a 140.29 mph in the 1/4 mile, track condtions were bad, surface temps must have been 120-130 degrees, ambient air was said to be in the mid to high 80's., although I think if you ask most people it felt more like 95 F. No heads, no cams, no changes to the way the motor came from Dodge, except well planned and thoughtout out bolt-ons, and incredible tunning by Larry Macedo. This car rips. 9's are coming with only a bit better traction and or better air.
Nice mph. FYI, the corrected elevation was from 1900 to 2400 feet for you guys from 11am to 3pm. That's a normal corrected elevation for us folks that don't live at sea level. However, not near as good as the last V10 nats in Bradenton, the air was perfect early that day.
Well of course :thumb: After knocking you into the air (at least two feet), and seeing you come down right the cart and go to take out the front man! I relinquished the title, you are the king of carts
1Tony1, David is supposed to be here in Orlando for a power lunch on Tuesday. Are you comming as well, Hope so. I need to get a count for the rest. as wee do not want to wait for a large enough table. So just who is going ??
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