Three weeks ago, Rob Goss’ X275 Challenger had a broken engine block after an event with Jeff Kinsler driving at MDIR. He’s got the car all back together thanks to Bruce Maichle, HHR Performance,and the rest of the guys on his crew. This time around, he’s got an iron block on board, which he says puts him a bit overweight but will hopefully provide a bit more durability. As Goss is the trendsetter with GenIII Hemi drag racing, it’s only natural that he finds all of the weak links in the engine components. He turned in a 4.62 at 157 mph in this morning’s open session.
Frank Soldridge recently installed a new set of spread-port billet big-block heads and billet manifold from David Visner at Visner Engine Development. He cracked off a 4.19 pedaling it this morning; with the new combo, he didn’t have a chance to tune the engine in on the dyno before leaving for the event.
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