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I finally got my 10 second pass yesterday. I usually only get out once a year and hadn't run the car since last October where it went [email protected] This year I tried a set of 26x10 stiff wall e.t. drags and raised the rear of the car 1/2". Clutch is still way too aggressive but i'm not going to mess with it at this point. Launching at 7100, shifting at 7200 out the door at 7150.

60' 1.459
330' 4.416
1/8 6.924
mph 97.66
1000' 9.097
1/4 10.933
mph 122.76

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkcfbNxtpvs
 

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Nice job Jesse. I've followed your car's progress over the years. Congrats!
 

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Is this a hydraulic roller? How 'bout a few details...
 

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Nice job Jesse. I've followed your car's progress over the years. Congrats!
Thanks a bunch I appreciate it. You have no idea how excited I was to see that you got yours a couple weeks back! I've been watching very close :)


Is this a hydraulic roller? How 'bout a few details...
Yes it is a hydro roller. It's a stock 93 block, crank, and rods with some 12.2:1 slugs and an anderson n-91 cam stuffed in it. Heads are twisted wedge with some port work. Itake is a vic efi with 90mm t.b. and 80mm maf. 4.56 gears, g-force t-5, strange struts, 50/50's, baseline upper control arms, pro3i lowers. It sees plenty of street time in the summers but It's more of a track built car.
 

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congrats Jesse H !! what kind of clutch are you using??
 

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Impressive...are you using ford lifters?
Yes they are stock (unmodified) ford lifters. The heads have stock valves with titanium keepers and retainers. This is the 4th season on the valve sprins so they will be getting replaced this winter for sure. Still no apparent signs of valve float even up past 7200rpm.

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Whats the race weight?
I scaled the car a couple of weeks ago when I was debating weather or not to put the tubular k-member/arms/coil overs in and it came out like this.

front = 1610
rear = 1130
without me = 2740
At the track yesterday with me, fuel and helmet = 2970


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congrats Jesse H !! what kind of clutch are you using??
Thanks! Its an anderson hi rev. I'd love to try something a little less aggressive. As you can hear in the vid it's really pulling the motor down.
 

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nice numbers, whats done to the bottem end, you said stock 93 stuff.
Balanced?
I didnt think they would stay together at 7200 rpm
Stock block, stock 50oz balance. I've ran this combo for 4 years, so far so good.
 

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very nice... love to see cars pulling some r's.... I met a guy at US131 that runs a 65/66 stang with a 289 up to around 9500...
 

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7100-7200 wow, congrats man
 

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Thats awesome Jesse! I seen the vids on TCS and I was impressed.
 

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what kind of gas do you run in this thing? what other bolt ons does it have?
 

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what kind of gas do you run in this thing? what other bolt ons does it have?
I run torco 110 leaded in the car. I'd say I put about 400 miles a summer on the car, it's by no means a daily driver. I'm not sure what you mean by bolt on's? Nothing is really stock at this point other than the interior, power windows & locks, block, crank, rods.
 
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