David Bruns of Mid America Racing Engines in Washington, Iowa, brought what was probably the smoothest and most streetable engine to the competition. This motor was crisp and strong each time it was pulled. Even with the lowest compression ratio of the competition, David's motor netted 666 hp and 576.6 lb-ft. of torque on its best pull. What impressed us more were the broad horsepower and torque curves of this motor. This engine would be at home in any street-driven Mopar and would likely give years of trouble-free power.