Jeremy made the trip down from NSW to Calder Park to run in the Pro Street field. His PROFAB built Torana runs small block 427 LSX twin 82mm turbos.
First qualifying round, Jeremy was quickest running 7.70@188mph and by the end of the qualifying Jeremy held no.2 spot with a PB of 7.66@190mph. This was Jeremy’s first race meet with a new AMS1000 boost controller from Pro Line Racing. Jeremy cut his weekend short after going out first round, but we look forward to seeing him around to top runners in his class soon!
Dandy Engines is proud to announce that we are now Australian agents for Pro Line Racing range of products – the industry leader in turbo, EFI, and drag race technology. We have already had some great success with our combinations, so if you are interested in taking that next step, talk to us about how we can help.
At Calder Park in Melbourne, Victoria, a crowd of 16,000 racing fanatics gathered to see to biggest race of the year. Dandy Engines, with help from Proline Racing and Profaf, brought two of their most prized cars to this race and National Records were on the menu.
Joe Gauci, from Profab and driver of the blue Ford Cortina, went 7.45@194mph off the trailer to make him the driver of Australia’s #1 Modified Street car!
Long time customer of Dandy Engines and Pro Line Racing, Dom Luppino, was present with his SBF Twin Turbo Mustang. He belted out an incredible firstname.lastname@example.org. This run made history repeat itself again, Dom broke his old record as Australia’s #1 Pro Street car! Not to mention, Dom was the winner of the Pro Street class!
Congratulations to everyone involved and we look forward to lots more racing with these winning combinations!
Following is an email that we received from a great client, Brett.
Frank, Lou and the boys, I thought I would send you a few photos that Luke took from the Holden Nationals at Heathcote on the weekend.
First pass the monaro went 11.58 @ 116 with a 1.627 60 foot time. This was my fastest pass although on one pass I was a tenth of a second quicker to half track. All other passes were 11.7 – 11.9 at 114-115mph, temperature was 32-33 degrees all day.
I couldnt beat the time all day and I think I was trying too hard. I tried various launch rpm, shift points etc but didnt run any better. A little more practise and Ill get it sorted.
Id just like to thank you both for your outstanding help and advice. At the end of the day I love the outcome and it ran a hell of alot faster than I thought it would go, especially on a hot day. I cant wait for a nice cool day at Calder… and a sniff of nitrous!
Thanks again, Brett
We are glad you were happy with the result, and look forward to the next step…
Combining their efforts and experience, Cylinder Head Innovations and Dandy Engines have answered a questions: How fast will a 3500lb Fairmont run the quarter mile with a pump gas 429 fitted with CHI’s out-of-the-box 225 R/A 221424 and 3V 4500 Manifold?