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Could this possibly be the Longest Ever Pro Stock Burn Down in HISTORY?!?! Well Jeff Dobbins and John Pluchino sure put on one heck of a show at the PDRA Mid-Atlantic Showdown! Reaching Just over 4 minutes from Pre-Staging to lighting up that 3rd bulb, with Dobbins coming out on top with a HOLESHOT off the line!!

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Buster would have been visiting with the drivers before waiting that long..lol

I remember seeing where Glidden and someone else did that,Buster was waving them forward,waited..waited getting more upset by the second.
then finally looking totally pissed opened Bob's door and leaned in to give what everyone thought was a royal ass chewing.
instead he was like "hey Bob,how ya doing?..hows Etta an the kids?" lmao
 

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Obviously I ain't been keepin up. Whut in Gawd's name is this thing? Bigger'n any hemi I've ever seen...........


 

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Man that hadda suck to get your ass busted that bad on a holeshot after a 4 1/2 minute burn down
 

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Found it. HUGE........
http://www.competitionplus.com/drag-racing/new-products/4760-new-811-cubic-inch-hemi-engine

NEW 811 CUBIC INCH HEMI ENGINE


Thu, 2007-11-29 06:00
Sonny's Racing/Bear Performance Release 811 cid Mountain Motor Mopar


When the legendary Hemi™ engine was making waves back in the 1960’s it was called the “elephant engine” because of its sheer size and power. Today, the elephant has gone to the mountain as seen with the announcement of this mammoth new 811 cubic inch Chrysler Hemi engine.
With a 5.000 bore center, 12.000 inch deck height and 811 cubic inches of displacement, this engine is significantly larger – and more powerful – than the 426 Hemi which represented the high water mark of the engine series. Not only is this engine nearly 50% larger, it’s also much more powerful as seen by its 1,700 hp as compared the smaller Hemi’s original 425 hp factory rating.
Bear’s Performance of Ontario, Canada provided the raw head casting which was prepped & assembled by Sonny’s Racing Engines & Components. The latter finished the project by utilizing these heads with their tried and true mountain motor engine combination.
The engine is legal for use in categories such as IHRA Pro Stock, which is an outgrowth of the original factory hot rods from the golden age of drag racing. In this particular case, this 811 Hemi was assembled for a specific customer who will run it in Top Sportsman throughout the country in 2008.
Sonny's Racing/Bear Performance Release 811 cid Mountain Motor Mopar


When the legendary Hemi™ engine was making waves back in the 1960’s it was called the “elephant engine” because of its sheer size and power. Today, the elephant has gone to the mountain as seen with the announcement of this mammoth new 811 cubic inch Chrysler Hemi engine.
With a 5.000 bore center, 12.000 inch deck height and 811 cubic inches of displacement, this engine is significantly larger – and more powerful – than the 426 Hemi which represented the high water mark of the engine series. Not only is this engine nearly 50% larger, it’s also much more powerful as seen by its 1,700 hp as compared the smaller Hemi’s original 425 hp factory rating.
Bear’s Performance of Ontario, Canada provided the raw head casting which was prepped & assembled by Sonny’s Racing Engines & Components. The latter finished the project by utilizing these heads with their tried and true mountain motor engine combination.
The engine is legal for use in categories such as IHRA Pro Stock, which is an outgrowth of the original factory hot rods from the golden age of drag racing. In this particular case, this 811 Hemi was assembled for a specific customer who will run it in Top Sportsman throughout the country in 2008.
 

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Those two won’t be so popular at that track anymore. The tech guys and the starter all drink beer together. :-D
 
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