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  • studegary
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    And to think that there is a great deal made over the fact that the new Dodge Demon will lift its front wheels off the road.

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  • Studevair
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    Can you post a picture of your traction bars, I have a hell of a time hooking up my '62 Lark

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  • 62champ
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    Wow - that is what they call - "hooked up"

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  • BobPalma
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    Very cool, Richard; thanks.

    (And to think, that is done with NO engine setback.) BP

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  • Kurt
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    That was freakin awesome.

    Who says you need a supercharger to go fast

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  • ddub
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    outSTANDing!

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  • Pat Dilling
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    Very impressive! You definitely have things figured out!

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  • 52-fan
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    That is impressive performance.

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  • 53commander
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    VERY VERY cool!

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  • Chris Pile
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    Wheels up and hauling you-know-what!

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  • nels
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    Originally posted by Commander Eddie View Post
    Man, that puppy is quick. It was not clear to me if you won that race. Nice run.
    Win or lose....the brand X won't be bragging to his friends. That's one awesome Studebaker!!

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  • Green53
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    Richard. You get more out of an R1 than anyone that I Know.

    Denny L

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  • sals54
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    AWESOME. Great sound too.

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  • Commander Eddie
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    Man, that puppy is quick. It was not clear to me if you won that race. Nice run.

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  • 63larkr1
    started a topic My Studebaker Challenger V8 Wheel Stand

    My Studebaker Challenger V8 Wheel Stand

    I took my Studebaker Challenger to Muncie Dragway for some tuning before our May 27th Studebaker drags event here at Brown County Dragway in Nashville, Indiana. This is the results. This is a Studebaker V8 I built, and it is Normally Aspirated, no Supercharger, just one four barrel carburetor. Thanks to Ted Harbit for taking the videos, that's not an easy job.
    Enjoy, turn the sound up and watch it on a big screen.
    Richard

    https://youtu.be/3ahP5HNqQQo
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