Dave and Cindy Pinney, Lakewood, CO
'71 Plymouth 'Cuda
472 ci Hemi, Mopar Performance 4.253-bore block,
Winberg stroker 4.150 crank, Diamond 11.5-to-1 compression pistons
Manley H-beam 6.856-inch rods, Racer Brown solid .554 lift cam,
Indy Legend cylinder heads, ported and polished, Indy roller rocker arms,
Indy single-plane intake, Mighty Demon 850 carb, MSD ignition
A833 four-speed manual gearbox, Hurst Pistol Grip shifter
Chrysler 8-3/4 differential, Richmond 3.91 gears, Sure Grip carrier, Strange axles
Weld Drag Lites, 7-inch rims, BFG 215/60/15,
Weld Drag Lites, 8-inch rims, BFG 275/60/15 drag radials
12.20 at 109 mph
A clone Hemi-powered 'Cuda...
A clone Hemi-powered 'Cuda is nothing to sneer at, especially with 472 cubes thundering out of TTI headers. An Indy Legend top end makes sure all that work equals great numbers at the track, even at 5,400 feet above sea level.
Making sure a 472 Hemi is...
Making sure a 472 Hemi is properly fed is a daunting task. The Mighty Demon 850 is up to the challenge.