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Inside a Fuel Car’s 3,700°F Slider Clutch

What it Takes to Get 11,000hp to the Ground Nitromethane-powered NHRA Top Fuelers and Funny Cars (fuel cars, for short) still use a manual clutch despite the direct-drive transmission, but they’re more complex than what you see in any conventional clutch (even with today’s multi-disc setups). These 3,700°F carousels of steel, titanium, and sintered iron

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Dodge Coronet 1969 images

  Dodge Coronet “Super-Bee” for 1969 is on the Chrysler B-body platform, along with the Charger, and both models also share the same rear fascia and the Rallye instrument cluster. The A12 package was introduced mid-year 1969 which gives the Coronet a 440 engine mounted with the six pack-three two barrel Holly carburetors on an aluminium

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Is the Ford 427 the Ultimate Ford Racing Engine?

The Ford 427 engine was the racing version of an FE series engine made by Ford which meant ‘Ford Edsel’. The 427 a Ford engine introduced in 1963 was built for racing purposes only and made as a top-oiler, which was the earlier version and delivered oil to the valvetrain and cam first and crank

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