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Robert S.

Robert S.

Great parts and service! Robert
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Bill S.

Bill S.

Thanks John, 426 Hemi stroker 588 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dJdt0ZFzjU
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Robert S.

Robert S.

426 Hemi Cuda
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Alan P.

First off, I just have to say that I have never came across a more stand-up guy that takes his time to connect with his customers and have the...
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Jim A.

Jim A.

Two year champion in modified tractor pulling classes named "Watch This Trick". Chrysler 426 Hemi. Thanks for the Great Service!
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Craig W.

Craig W.

Thanks John, So far 8 races and 8 top Five!!
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Felix C.

How awesome is this! This superb service is exactly on point w/what everyone have raved about. Thank you, Felix
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James G.

James G.

5.80 in 1/4 mile @ 244 mph & 3.76 @ 197 in the 1/8 mile
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Barbara H.

John, Thanks again for making Colton's dream come true! The truck is in the body shop, the cowl hood arrived and the new 408 engine you built is...
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Clay B.

Clay B.

Thanks for everything !
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Brian A.

Brian A.

The 408 engine runs strong, put on dyno 405hp with 415tq N/A not shabby.. also was on 22" wheels with those numbers est. 500-525 @ crank. Thanks so...
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Michael W.

Michael W.

After getting all the compatible stuff shes a beast! Michael
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Kayden G.

Well John, your service is amazing if you want my opinion. Never had better from any company I've ordered from. Thanks, Kayden
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Ricky H.

Ricky H.

Thanks for everything John. The headers are great !
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David A.

David A.

Thanks for everything, David
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Toby W.

John, Thanks again so much. You're truly awesome.
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Daryl S.

Your 408 runs like a dream. I think we are well over the 400hp side, a new 300hp mustang could not overcome, it is a beast. I am very happy with the...
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Colton H.

Colton H.

"Johns the man, bought a 410 package from him years ago after I got back from overseas. The caveat I gave John was that it had to pass Californian...
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Darren B.

Darren B.

John, Thanks mate! The 440/533 stroker ran a 5.71 @ 122 mph on the eighth mile first time out with it's previous best 6.30 @ 108 mph ! Cheers
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Dan F.

Dan F.

John, The truck is not done but i drive it daily and it runs good now. Eventually id like to do the rear brakes! Thanks
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Troy K.

Troy K.

Dodge Viper
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Robert M.

John, Thank you for all you have done, From your previous email responses, you seem to be old school, a man of his word. Thanks again John for...
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Phil S.

Phil S.

Great job creating this Dakota R/T Ground Affects Kit. Phil
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Brian R.

John!! Got my Viper back together, dyno tuned. Super happy with the results of your work!! Gained 112 RWHP and 107RWTQ!!!!! More at the crank. Sounds...
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Bob F.

Bob F.

Plymouth 426 Hemi
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ADAM LAMBERT PROVIDES EXPERT ADVICE ON DRAG SHOCKS

Normal shocks on a street car mainly control the movement of the springs, but in the drag racing world – particularly on Pro Stock cars like the Mopar. Dodge Dart hot rods driven by Erica Enders and Jeg Coughlin Jr. – rear shocks are used to manipulate the four-link.
The purpose of this, explains Lambert, is “to make the tire do things it isn’t designed to do, like harness 1,200-1,500 horsepower.
“A normal shock is designed for a nice, smooth ride, but a drag race shock is more aggressively valved on the rebound side to control the weight transfer when the car leaves the starting line. Once the weight is transferred, the purpose of the shock is to hold it over the tires for maximum grip.”
The rear shocks of a Pro Stock car function differently than those of a Sportsman car, though. Whereas suspension settings can be controlled throughout a pass for a Pro Stock car to effectively navigate the landscape, the shocks of a Sportsman car, such as a Super Stock or Stock Eliminator Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, are based on a traditional rear suspension rather than a four-link.
“They don’t need the big rebound force to hold the weight over the tires, because they don’t need as much control in the back like the Pro Stock cars do,” explained Lambert. “The Drag Pak Challengers and other Sportsman race cars are less susceptible to variances, like bumps on the racetrack, and they aren’t seeing such high speed or as much horsepower at those particular challenges on the racing surface.”
In contrast to the factory hot rods, nitro Funny Cars utilize a very non-traditional form of suspension – tire pressure. Suspension is controlled solely via the spring rate of the tire sidewall.



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