We all hear stories about how powerful a car is, but until you see it as a fact, it's still just bench racing. Being able to prove your car's true real-world horsepower is like having a lottery ticket; the numbers are there in black and white. With the great weather at this year's Carlisle All-Chryslers Nationals, Steve Pilic and the crew from Dynotek had the rollers blazing most of the weekend. We had Dale Mathews' Road Runner up on the machine several times, but more than 60 people let Steve spin their engines to maximum performance levels to garner provable bragging rights. It takes a person with strong confidence in the car he's built to allow a stranger to back it up a steep ramp, strap it down, then wind it until it screams for mercy in front of a crowd. We didn't get to see them all, but here's a sampling of what these street cars could do.