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Re: Drag-N-Drive Duster Gets a Billet Hemi [Re: GY3] #3115970
01/24/23 10:35 AM
01/24/23 10:35 AM
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No reason why not to do that, the rest of the car needs to be on par with the engine. .

Unfortunately to operate at that level means a build that many people, including myself really can't relate to.

I am the wrong audience for it.

Now, a car like Freiburger's or Moparrob68's (both the Hemi Coronets) has my full attention!





Rich H.





Re: Drag-N-Drive Duster Gets a Billet Hemi [Re: ZIPPY] #3116210
01/24/23 10:04 PM
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The Noonan Hemi stuff is some high quality stuff. There was a 57 Chevy Nomad or wagon that had one of their earlier water jacketed billet engines. It was roots or screw blown, for the street driving they took the belp off the blower and bolted a throttle bosy in place of the burst panel.

Pretty cool stuff


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Re: Drag-N-Drive Duster Gets a Billet Hemi [Re: LA360] #3116354
01/25/23 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by LA360
The Noonan Hemi stuff is some high quality stuff. There was a 57 Chevy Nomad or wagon that had one of their earlier water jacketed billet engines. It was roots or screw blown, for the street driving they took the belp off the blower and bolted a throttle bosy in place of the burst panel.

Pretty cool stuff


Think you referring to the $hitbox of Doom. Ritchie Crampton owned that, got in a nasty accident with it off track, Tom Baily bought it, Tom's son wrecked it on track last year and they are putting a new body on it. Cool car but looked like a jungle gym inside!


'63 Dodge 330
11.19 @ 121 mph
Pump gas, n/a, through the mufflers on street tires with 3.54's. 3,600 lbs.
10.01 @ 133mph with a 250 shot of nitrous an a splash of race gas. 1.36 60 ft. 3,700 lbs.

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