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I'm excited to hear this baby howdy howdy, guys how's everybody doing out there today.
Well here in the old number seven garage today we are getting real close to getting a phone call from jimmy owens.
Yep hang on a minute all right! Now we got jimmy owens find out.
He was looking for a secret setup.
I told him I didn't have anything, but I did read his book: the captain insano book.
So I told him just to revert back to that.
Uh anyway, we are man.
We were that close to getting this engine started up and we're gonna.
Do it um we're going to start it today we're going to take you guys along for the ride.
So anyway, let's uh get our maxima coolant in there.
This is uh off-road, ultra coolant and maxima is a big part of the team.
It's one of the manufacturers that I didn't mention in the last video, but they are uh, definitely going to be part of the team.
Oil brake, fluid coolant, uh cleaning supplies, especially that sc1, and that spray wax bio wash.
That's that friggin sc1 smells awesome.
Um yeah, we're gonna, get that poured in here, because I mean we've got everything just about buttoned up.
We got our old headers on here off the b mod.
So that's just you know we ain't gonna.
I mean, I guess.
If we had to race, we'd run it guarantee it go down the road um, but we're working with mark over at schoenfeld to get our headers done, got the brake spread, but man we are, that close got to put some fuel in it.
Some coolant and crank her up see how she does um anyway.
So let's, let's get on with that I'll set you up here, we'll get some coolant put in.
So this stuff here is actually what they use in, like their trophy trucks and the off-road stuff, and it's bad to the bone.
He's got a boiling point like 290 degrees, so it's I think it freezes at 15., so we're good.
Now we shouldn't have any more cold spells yeah that cold anyway, and even so it still doesn't get even when it's like zero outside it doesn't it might get 30 28.
anyway, so we got a funnel here, we'll uh start pulling that in got the radiator hose.
We took it off real quick, like I'm gonna help him get that set up and we're gonna start filling this sucker up we're starting this.
That's really hard for me to see anyway, a little in there see if we can see in here a little in there, no leaks to speak of yet other than that leak.
On the other side of that drain pin we are oh, that's kind of like where we like to run it a couple inches down ain't, much that if you think that that that's higher than that, wouldn't you say so- maybe we put you want to pour just a little bit more in it and see if we can once you run it yeah it shouldn't, have an air pocket in it.
Now I don't think so: yeah, okay! Well, the next thing we got to do is go out to the trailer and go like fuel pump.
Some fuel and yeah buddy fun stuff.
So we're gonna run out there real, quick and get the fuel we're gonna run vp blue! That's her chad's recommendation, so clean all this stuff off.
I probably need to drop the old car down because it's real high, but I like to check for leaks too so we'll see what we can do, it's good to have it up where you can crawl underneath of it.
You know and look at all your stuff, so we're going to clean all this stuff off, get the bat cleaned off, get some fuel and then we'll come back and holler at you and see how close we're getting tell me what movie it is.
Put the old comment down below we're heading out to the trailer we'll get some fuels.
We got a pumper out.
There should have come off.
Dark still got a pile of snow.
It did melt a lot today, better get him get him done.
Got him rolled him dog man.
They are vicious crew I'll, be glad to get in there.
Maybe a big little warmer.
You got the heat on in here, yeah, no huh, all right, very dark.
Did you bring a fire right? No, I didn't.
Ah, I got a real bright one right here, all right, we're going to get some fuel out of this and hopefully uh see what we're doing amazing, wow man.
I ain't seen that in a minute hey! It's still here, though yeah where's, your motor at you got that much you got.
You got one yeah, okay and you smell it.
It smells just about like that other stuff, and it's definitely blue anybody, gotta pee you will have to.
I always do every time, so we got a little bit of late model plus left and yeah.
That's pretty nice chad says it's a good idea to run the vp blue in the engine, but we can go ahead and just kind of mix that stuff in blend it and get rid of it.
So I think we got about 20 gallon of that.
So we'll start off with a.
I guess, we'll do like a 50 50., so get 20 gallon in it to start with.
Maybe you can just put five of this and five the other just for now, and we ain't got to put a ton in it.
Five gallons of fuel we'll see you back in the shop wow.
This is nice in here bud.
Quite the reach.
Good old funnel been good this for about 10 or 11 years ain't.
It I'm sure we ain't making nothing.
Nowhere, see nothing yet.
No leaks on the floor heard that one no bars no good ones, yeah.
That one is standard.
We're getting ready to fire this hot dog up is that the blue yeah, that's actual blue right.
There, don't look much different, still smells good, that's my favorite smell, so anybody wondering yes, we do have the special vent in there for the super bowl carb.
Do you actually like this stuff? This stuff's awesome talking about the hot baloney.
That stuff is awesome.
All right so tells us right there.
We got about right about 10 gallon in it just a little over.
So that's pretty cool.
Oh look, there's even a better one right there, that's real neat bud.
Oh somebody was asking in the last video about our bumper situation.
So yet again got another uh.
It's a buddy of mine, uh racing buddy.
He has a company called winger fabrication and he's building our nose supports front bumpers door, bars, rear bumpers, he's building all those for us getting us some spares going.
So that's why our bumpers are missing and uh.
Another good company I didn't talk about is uh see these rod ends right here, wait what kind you guys like um for years! Fk has been standard for all of us, racers and here in the shop, no different, so we're proud to tell you that fk all in the car teamed up with them.
We appreciate them very much like I said, they're part of the team and uh.
Let's, let's see if we can get some fuel pressure up to this baby, see if all of our gauges work all right guys.
So I got you set up here.
Can you see the steering wheel out of the way um we're gonna see what kind of pressure we can get oil pressure, uh fuel pressure, water pressure got a lot of pressures.
Then we got some temps.
We got water, temp oil temp, let's uh, let's hit the old button, so we got oil pressure um any leaks on anything.
Now we've got a little oil pressure.
Looking over here, we've got just this little closed loop deal for our uh oil cooler.
We're not going to have that on yet.
So we just made this a little bit line to loop.
It around nothing coming out of the oil temp gauge nothing coming out up here, oil pressure gauge, looking good all right! Well, we need to grab a timing light, oh and if you guys have the multi-fire wires this here, um is strictly for the timing right.
It takes the jacket off of it and gives you just this wire here.
So you can get your timing light uh clamp around it, real good, so cool deal, they offer you there did you put every bit of fuel in it, so we're gonna have to go out there and fill up one of them little jugs yeah! Well, okay, so I gotta fill up a little squirter, so I can fill the carburetor up and we gotta get timing light a couple other things all right, y'all.
So with this super bowl, you need to fill up the uh.
The vents here to fill up the I don't know: they're not float bowls, but they're uh yeah, because it doesn't have a float, but one of them ain't getting much.
Oh baby, there's plenty there.
So we've got fuel, we've got oil pressure, we've got water in there.
We probably need to make sure that's tight.
Yes, not tighten that up.
Hey, that's tight! I got a couple of wrenches here for all the a-n fittings we have, so we can tighten them on the fly these putting the radiator cap on it very tight, like a tiger, got our headers on it um.
I need to get our timing light hooked up, don't know if it's a big deal or not, but I'm like I said, I'm just going to grab a standalone battery for the timing light.
I don't really have a good way to hook it up.
I do there's a solenoid in there right there in the access panel.
I can hook all that up, but I was hearing a story today about uh using a standalone battery for your uh.
Let me grab this using a standalone battery for your timing, so we're just going to set this down here on the floor.
Then we'll have we'll have that set up.
So we ain't got to worry about that.
There's that all hooked up all right got that ready to fire ready to go there.
You go ready to go, see what happens yeah, let's hear it yeah, I'm gonna set you guys up we're gonna get going here here we go where's my drink, my drink's over there.
Okay, you ready.
I don't know that I'm ready, but I'm ready.
So chad, I'm calling you right now.
If you watch these videos, calling you before you hit the button all right, I almost forgot.
I almost forgot all right: y'all got the timing, light ready to let her eat and let's hit this button nervous.
That's a good sign, give her a little clumpy pump there bud.
It looks like that when you start a heater yeah, it load all that stuff out of the headers yeah.
I blowed all that stuff out of the hitters there all right you ready vent in the front these heat coming out of them, quiz, jenny's mom.
This is very sweet.
Huh yeah, it's slick.
When I sit on it.
Yes, oh oh, so you.
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1. Maximum Engine displacement is 362 cubic inches. 2. Maximum compression ratio is 11.5:1 with +.What engine is in a dirt super late model? ›
Super late models are the premier divisions of asphalt short track racing in the United States and Canada. They typically feature engines with upwards of 600 brake horsepower (450 kW), American naturally aspirated V8s, under the hood of a custom built chassis weighing around 2,750 pounds (1,250 kg; 196 st).What is the most common engine starting problem? ›
A dead battery is the most common reason why engines fail to start up. A common reason for batteries to fail is drain. Your car's battery typically expends a small portion of its storage to start your car up, and then recharges from your alternator as you move.How often do race cars change spark plugs? ›
For that kind of racing, they should inspect the plugs every four to five races at least, and replace the plugs as needed.” Unless it's a Top Fuel car, Boehler said. “With nitromethane, they usually never run a plug more than one run.How much horsepower do super late models have? ›
There is a significant difference in horsepower for super late models and late model stock cars. According to Upchurch, a typical super late model engine creates approximately 630 horsepower. A late model stock car engine, on the other hand, generally makes around 510 horsepower.Where are Toyota NASCAR engines built? ›
TRD IN THE HEART OF NASCAR
NASCAR is based in Charlotte, North Carolina, as are most of the race teams. That's why TRD has a facility in Salisbury, North Carolina.
Go behind the scenes with Mike Henson, owner Henson Racing Engines. Learn about the shop, research and development, and the 'Plan B' Corvette seen on Discovery Channel's Street Outlaws.What is the biggest engine GM ever made? ›
In 2021, Chevrolet Performance presented the largest and most powerful crate engine in the brand's history — the ZZ632/1000 crate engine. It's a naturally-aspirated, 632 cu in (10.4 L) V-8; producing 1,004 hp (749 kW) and 876 lb⋅ft (1,188 N⋅m) of torque. The motor itself weighs 680 lb (310 kg).
The 351M and 400 were last offered in a Ford passenger car in 1979. They remained available in Ford light-trucks until 1982. Reduced demand for larger engines due to tightening CAFE regulations led to the abandonment of the 351M/400 and the Cleveland production line.What was the first engine to make 1 hp per cubic inch? ›
In 1957, the 283 cubic-inch engine fitted with Rochester fuel injection became the first engine to produce one horsepower per cubic inch.What is the top speed of a Late Model dirt car? ›
With the longer tracks, the race cars achieve higher speeds up to 160 mph (260 km/h) and the intervals between cars increase. This decreases the chance of crashes but increases the damage and chance of injury when cars do crash.What motor do super late models run? ›
The Super Late Model ranks among the fastest race cars to ever hit the short track. The 358 cub in V8 pumps-out more than 550 horsepower, but that's just for starters.How much HP does a dirt Late Model have? ›
A dirt Late Model is a full-bodied, purpose-built race car that headlines arguably the most popular dirt track division in the U.S. and Canada. There is no cubic inch limit for the aluminum-head engines, but most teams use power plants of 400-430 cubic inches that produce over 800 horsepower.What is a bad starting system? ›
Common Signs of a Bad Starter
The engine won't turn over. The most common signal that your starter has a problem is if nothing happens when you turn the key or push to start. Unusual noises, such as clinking, grinding and whirring. If you ignore these sounds, it can eventually lead to damage to the engine flywheel.
Dead car battery: A dead battery is the most common reason why a car won't start. If you have a battery tester, check your battery to see if it's weak. If you don't have one, try to jump start your car with jumper cables.How do I know if my engine is good or bad? ›
- Check Engine Light Illuminates! This light generally illuminates when detecting engine problems. ...
- Loss of Power! ...
- Decrease in Gas Mileage! ...
- Annoying Noises! ...
- Engine Stalling! ...
- Odd Odors! ...
- Engine Continues to Run after Ignition is Turned Off! ...
- Rough Running Engine!
The simple answer is no—you should not change spark plugs while the engine is hot. The spark plug and the head it plugs into will expand and contract as they heat up and cool down. Since they are made of different materials, they won't expand or contract at the same rate.Does car run better after spark plug change? ›
In most cases, you'll see a noticeable difference in performance after replacing your spark plugs and wires. The engine will run smoother and faster, and the car will have better acceleration.
Among the fastest-accelerating machines in the world, 11,000-horsepower Top Fuel dragsters are often referred to as the “kings of the sport,” and with good reason. They are capable of covering the dragstrip in less than 3.7 seconds at more than 330 mph.What is the most horsepower ever? ›
There's no replacement for displacement.. And this engine has 25,592 litres of that. At 13.5 meters tall, 26.59 meters long and weighing in at over 2300tons, the Finnish-made Wärtsilä-Sulzer RTA96-C is the largest internal-combustion engine ever produced and pumps out a whopping 80.1MW (107,390hp).How fast do Nascar cars go 0 60? ›
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Mobil 1™ is the Official Motor Oil of NASCAR® ExxonMobil and NASCAR have a long-standing partnership, with the Mobil 1™ brand serving as the Official Motor Oil of NASCAR since 2003.What transmission does NASCAR use? ›
Used by the top NASCAR teams, the Andrews A431 Transmission is a proven design with a supporting record of wins. Andrews provides a highly engineered transmission designed for durability and smoothness of operation.What RPM do NASCAR engines run at? ›
At the backbone 1.5- to 2.0-mile tri-oval tracks of NASCAR, the engines produce over 850 hp running 9,200-9,400 rpm for 500 miles, 600 mi for the Coca-Cola 600 Charlotte race. The current NASCAR Cup engines curb weight is roughly at 575 lb (261 kg).Who owns Sonny's Racing engines? ›
Sonny Leonard - Owner - Sonny's Racing Engines, Inc.Who builds Jeff Lutz engines? ›
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Mike Henson is the founder of Henson Racing Engines in Oklahoma City, OK. Mike is a veteran engine developer and owner and driver of the Plan B Corvette.TV personality on ''Street Outlaws- No Prep Kings” television program.What is Chevy's fastest engine? ›
The new Chevrolet Performance ZZ632/1000 DELUXE Big-Block Crate Engine is no exception. It's our most powerful crate engine ever, with the modern convenience of EFI technology, providing more than 1,000 horsepower on 93-octane pump gas.
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The 396ci Big Block V8 Was A Game-Changer For Chevrolet Muscle Cars. General Motors made some unusual decisions at the height of the muscle car era, one of which was a near-universal ban on engine sizes above 400 cubic inches for anything other than its full-size models.What is the rarest Ford big block? ›
The Ford 427 SOHC Cammer V8 is one of the rarest and most desirable big block V8 engines ever made. Unusually for an American V8 it has overhead cams rather than pushrods as it was built specifically for racing.Did Ford make a 572 big block? ›
572 CUBIC INCH 655 HP BIG BLOCK STREET CRATE ENGINE-FRONT SUMP PAN| Part Details for M-6007-572DF | Ford Performance Parts.What is Ford's strongest engine? ›
1 2022 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 - 760 horsepower
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The Smethwick Engine is a Watt steam engine made by Boulton and Watt, which was installed near Birmingham, England, and was brought into service in May 1779. Now at Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum, it is the oldest working steam engine and the oldest working engine in the world.What is the oldest car engine? ›
The first stationary gasoline engine developed by Carl Benz was a one-cylinder two-stroke unit which ran for the first time on New Year's Eve 1879.What is the most simplest engine? ›
The simplest and most common type of engine comprises four vertical cylinders close together in a row. This is known as an in-line engine .What was the fastest race car from the 30s? ›
1930s: Duesenberg Model SJ - 140 mph (225 km/h)What fuel do super late models use? ›
1. VP 110 is the Spec fuel of the CARS Super Late Model Tour. Fuel samples may be taken at any time and tested. Alcohol, nitro-methane, nitrous oxide, other oxygenating agents, other additives and/or fuels that contain masking agents or oxygen are not permitted.
Motocross bikes can go at speeds of up to 100 miles an hour and more. Although they can match the speed of an on-road vehicle, motocross bikes are rarely driven at their top speed due to the rough and dangerous terrain they are built to ride on at more average speeds.How much does a Super Late Model engine cost? ›
A brand-new, complete Late Model racecar will cost a racer approximately $34,000 without an engine. An engine to run IMCA races, as is most common in Eastern Iowa, will cost on average $20,000, Eckrich said.How much HP does a Late Model have in Nascar? ›
Late Models are full-size NASCAR Sprint Cup-type cars with horsepower ratings of approximately 500 HP and are the feature division of both Dominion Raceway and the NASCAR Advanced Auto Parts Series.What is the fastest Ford motor ever made? ›
The Ford GT is the fastest Ford car. It is equipped with a 3.5L twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 monster producing 647 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque. The GT gets a claimed top speed of 216 mph while the 0-60 mph sprint takes just about 3.0 seconds.
They're similarly designed parts, but all of them are aftermarket parts.” Depending on which engine builder a racer buys from, a typical super late model engine costs between $25,000 and $30,000.How much HP does a Super Late Model make? ›
The cars in the Deep South Cranes Super Late Blizzard Series have a power plant that can generate about 700 hp and costs $25,000 and up.What is the rpm of a Super Late Model engine? ›
They have a very high compression ratio and the rpm varies from 2,500 to 9,000+! Pistons are one of the more highly stressed components due to exposure of speeds of almost 6,000 fpm!Why is it so hard to start an F1 car? ›
The majority of cars on the road are started either with the push of a button or the turn of a key, but with an F1 car, this is simply not possible. The cars are highly strung. Oil and other fluids must be fed into the system at exactly the right temperature before you can even begin to consider turning over the motor.Why do race engines idle rough? ›
It is because of the camshaft design. Race engines are typically designed for maximum high rpm torque and horsepower. To achieve this, the camshaft lobes are ground to have much higher valve opening duration and valve overlap.Why are F1 cars hard to turn? ›
To steer a Formula 1 car is hard as it takes input from the driver and other systems in the car to perform optimally. The steering column in the cars is simplistic and can turn the wheels from side to side, but that is not how a formula 1 car can take corners at high speeds.
The red signal lights on the signal bridge in front of the grid, and once the red signal goes off, the race starts. The time from lighting on the red signal untill goes off is 2 to 3 seconds. The cars that have moved before the red signal goes off is imposed a jump start penalty.Why do F1 engines need to be warmed up first before starting them? ›
The engine needs to be heated to a specific temperature and its chambers lubricated by hot oil to prevent abrasion of the moving parts.What RPM do F1 cars idle at? ›
F1 engines today spin at 15,000rpm.How long does a Formula 1 engine last? ›
Formula 1 engines are designed to last for plenty of races but since racers are allowed three changes per year, teams have to devise their strategies accordingly. That means, since there are 23 races on the calendar, a single engine can be used for 7 to 8 races weekends.Why does my engine rev high when I start it? ›
Common causes of high RPM excursion at start-up are typically: large vacuum leak, throttle plate stuck open, cruise control stepper motor stuck in one position; faulty throttle position sensor, and/or faulty idle air control motor or solenoid.Why does my engine rev up and down while idling? ›
Among the potential underlying causes are vacuum leaks, EGR system malfunctions, malfunctioning oxygen sensors, dirty fuel injectors, fuel pump malfunction, faulty spark plugs, a faulty mass airflow sensor, or a faulty throttle position sensor.What are signs of rough idle? ›
- Idling below or above its regular speed.
- Inconsistent RPM.
- Shaking or vibration through the car.
- A skipping, slipping sound.
F1 drivers are only allowed to reverse their cars when they rin off the track and there is no other manoeuvre out. Most F1 drivers prefer to employ a quick 180-degree turn to come out of such situations. Only when a sharp turn is not possible will a driver try to reverse.Why can't F1 cars reverse? ›
Because it's so rarely used (some drivers might go years without ever needing to engage it), the reverse mechanism is generally kept as small, light, and weak as possible and positioned in the best place for weight distribution to maximise performance while still satisfying the rules.What is the easiest car racing to get into? ›
Autocross is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to get into racing. Typically, autocross is where an organization rents a parking lot and sets up a temporary racetrack using cones.
You pull up to a red light and as you're waiting for the green, you notice your engine is racing. Typically, engines idle at about 600-800 rpm. Older engines may go up to 1200 rpm or more while warming up.What is said before a car race starts? ›
"Gentlemen start your engines" are the famous words uttered, usually by a designated celebrity, at the culmination of pre-race ceremonies. Drivers are then told by their teams to fire up the engines and prepare to follow the pace car out on to the track for warm-up laps prior to the green flag flying.