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Congrats to Jacob Pitt getting another Wally
Can't quite make out the class, C or G?
Yep.On E 85
Nice! He's got some time and bucks in that thing. Beautiful car!
You can run e85 in stock class ?
I really doubt he runs E85 they are pretty strict about fuels in Stock. Only VP or Sunoco is permitted... anyway congrats to Jacob .. good driver in a good car .. Also Congrats to Justin Jerome Won a heads up E/SA race in a Duster At the Las Vegas National Meet for the Eliminator Win.... better light. Faster car love it when the A body 340 cars beat the Bow ties
No E85, but there are a variety of race fuels on NHRA's "accepted" list, and they do fuel checks. It's also a 440-4 combo.
it looks like steve wanns old car, it is a 440 4 bbl. on race gas.
He runs E85 and I dont really know what he runs I know it's a big block and a sb in His other stocker.Jacob comes from a family or racers.Ever since I got married I dont hang out.Im always working and am tired of people when i get home and stay there.I dont even go out to my shop I lost intrest.wished I never bought it
I found some pics
Some bad ass rides!
I see he Jacob Won again at the National Meet in Texas... so cool!!!
really cool , seeing as how he was probly out numbered 800 to one !!
Yup, Wann's old car. Beautiful car in a very competitive class. Great job by Pitt and crew!
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When did NHRA start letting stockers run aluminum heads?
That would be about the time that Edelbrock started making the 340 replacement head in aluminum. Just my guess.
It is up to the racer and/or engine builder to make sure that the runner volume and combustion chamber CC's are no larger or smaller in volume than what their particular engine corrected horsepower is approved by the NHRA Race Committee. The runner and chamber volume CC's listed below are what they are supplied from Edelbrock, not that they are approved for this volume in your particular class. For example: Chrysler 383-440 B/B V8 # 60917 intake runner volume measures 210cc delivered from Edelbrock, the accepted intake runner volume that is approved by NHRA needs to measure 203cc's. The aluminum head must meet the same specs as the cast iron....3/8 guides....chamber volume and port volume....so they are not a simple bolt on...
Bob... Justin's victory over Mangus even more impressive... he's been running the car as a 74 w/360 since last year.. Great Guy, Birthday weekend, getting married in May, there were smiles all over the Strip when his win light came on!!!
It's Bill, very impressive, fast for a 360, the WRE on the side of the car says it all! I thought it was a 73 low compression 340 combo I was trying to figure how a low compression 340 ran the same class ( E/SA ) as a high compression 70-72 high compression combo but have seen that some of those combos now run D/SA