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Wanted to sell / Re: zoomies bbc
« on: September 12, 2018, 01:05:57 PM »
Are the zoomies for a chevy or mopar wedge,mrmopartech      send email to me at:performance@gmail.com

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Wanted to sell / Re: K&R pct1 dealy box
« on: September 12, 2018, 01:02:52 PM »
Interested in the box,if you can send me some pics of the to me at:  penstarperformance@gmail.com
thanks mrmopartech/scott

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Found this with some friends:
Niagara pioneers, Jim and Don Sievenpiper with their Alden NY based S&M Speed Shop B/Fuel Dragster.

http://www.sundayniagara.com/spaulding_3.html

Mrmopartech
This is our car we have,Scott

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Front Engine Dragsters / Sixties front engine dragster owner/builder
« on: June 07, 2018, 11:45:26 AM »
we are looking for info about a dragster we have, built by or owned by a guy name (last name of ) Piper.It was run with a blown hemi and set 5-7 national records and won events as well.Anyone with info please contact me at:penstarperformance@gmail.com
The car was blue,short wheel base,looking for pictures or people to contact about the car,thanks Mrmopartech

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Front Engine Dragsters / Re: A nother RED digger
« on: January 17, 2018, 03:56:45 PM »
The car has no diff,but every electronic component you can imagine for NOS ,EGT sensors,timing controller,delay boxes,etc,you name it it has it,scott

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Front Engine Dragsters / A nother RED digger
« on: January 15, 2018, 03:15:49 PM »
Well a great came along and my buddy and I jumped on this RED that the gut wanted out of his garage due to space,as he needed room for number 5&6 pro mod cars and 2 funny cars,some people have to much money.Any ways,here are some pics of the new ride.It has no power train,but we have a line on a 477 big block chevy and a glide,wish us luck,mrmopartech

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Wanted to sell / Re: 14" wide 15" Monocoque Pro Star wheels
« on: October 09, 2017, 04:54:45 PM »
If your rims are still for sale,please contact me by email at:  penstarperformance@gmail.com  mrmopartech/scott
need to know what the back spacing is,thanks

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Front Engine Dragsters / Re: Front engine digger wheelie bars
« on: September 24, 2017, 03:27:03 PM »
We have learned a lot with the FED in respect to getting of the line and not trying to flip the car over in 2 seconds.Things not to do when you don,t have wheelie bars: 1)never launch a digger at full throttle on the trans brake when you have tons of compound on the track with hot temps and only a push bar to stop the car from flipping over.Make sure you have a driver that can pedal a digger properly from a 8 foot high wheelie.Set launch rpm correctly with correct chip,saves car and motor.As much as it,s great for the fans,they don,t come and give you some cash for the unreal wheelie after watching your wheels fly off,or help in the repair.PLease and in any thing I have missed,from some of the other digger drivers/owners,mrmopartech/scott

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Front Engine Dragsters / Front engine digger wheelie bars
« on: August 12, 2017, 05:25:13 AM »
Looking for pictures of wheelie bars used on front engine  diggers as we had a minor problem a few weeks ago.After installing a new P/G,with trans brake and new convertor,and doing some regular passes we launch on the trans brake and went straight up.The front wheels from pictures where at least 6-8 feet in the air,and my driver did not pedal the car and well,damage happened big time,wheels are done,front end damage,nothing that 600-1000$ can,t solve.So if you have pictures,send them along to me at:

penstarperformance@gmail.com

thanks,mrmopartech/Scott Preston

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Getting ready to install the alcohol motor and set up the fuel system.I have been buzy setting up the new trailer for the dragster,making shelves,winch,lighting,etc.With spring cleaning going on now and trying to do motors,tranny,s and cars,there is so much spare time to work on the digger,since there is 48 hours in a day,it,s really great,and through in work and over time,recipy for burn out,mrmopartech

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Drag Racing / First run cost
« on: April 09, 2017, 07:13:55 AM »
Trying to and not have the wife find out what it cost to get our diggers to do their first runs.I am starting from scratch with having a motor and tranny and spare parts ,buying a digger and trailer and all the cost setting them up and being able to make the car run down the track at a proper speed.Right now we are in the 20-25 grand mark canadian,mrmopartech

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I have been buzy setting up the alky system and intake,oiling system,new oil pan and doing final set up of the tranny and shifter.Body it being vynal rapped and having the decals installed by a friend.This weekend we are setting up the new trailer for the dragster,and shelves and tables,and tool set up,mrmopartech

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Today we start to rebuild back together the FED after having the chassic stripped and powered coated,and the front and rear wheels.We have upped the HP to 510 at the motor with some good carb tuning and jetting and header tuning while on the dyno.New air induction,shift pionts,hotter ignition system,should also help,mrmopartech

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This weekend we finally did all the powered coating for the diff,wheel and front suspension,and a few engine parts.We are mocking up a new scoop and setting up a new set of gears,going from 4.56 down to 3.91 to get some ET. time down and get some MPH,mrmopartech

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Wanted to sell / Re: 426 Dragster Oil Pans
« on: February 11, 2017, 06:38:59 PM »
Vince,can you send me some pics of the pans,and what type of oiling system was being used ,and are they made for a dragster,as I need pans for my 512 motor,scott/mrmopartech
penstarperformance@gmail.com

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