Join Date: Apr 2015
Location: Ontario, Canada
its not the car im worried about. its the engine. a mild cam (they only have 1), some ported venturii's for the carb, and dial in some timing with good fuel and you can easily add 200-300hp for $1000 if you know what your doing on a big block.
coronets are like the civic of the 70's. they were small and light. yes back in the 70s that was considered small and light. 3200lbs is rediculously light for a car in the 70's. heck thats lighter that the stock curb weight of my 02 wagon.
he'll easily be pushing 11's and what you listed will not get you there. youre into drag racing now. high HP dyno numbers mean nothing. its all about power to weight and getting that power to the ground.
without sounding douchey... i came from the big block world, and most of my buddies are running built big block V8's and im doing the same... trying to keep up... its possible but its not cheap. heck one of my buddies has a 10s fox body mustang with a chevy crate motor running it. but its a drag car on slicks (not road legal) but hes now building another mustang for the street...aiming for 11's... and that pretty much my competition. both of which are N/A. no nos, supercharger, turbo, meth... nothing but all motor.
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Last edited by titter; 04-13-2016 at 09:48 AM.