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  Drag Racing Arizona (continued) . . .
Tucson Dragway
Sept 22 - AZ No Prep #3 & Beyond 1320
Sept 28/29 - Street Outlaws
Oct 12/13 - Super Chevy Show & Western Fuel Altereds Nov 10 - ADRA Memorial Bracket race
Outlaw Race Engines is moving to a giant new location, probably around the second week of September. The new shop is HUGE compared to the old one, and will provide engine dyno services (and maybe a chassis dyno in the future!) plus all of the other services Outlaw is known for. They also have the largest supply of nitrous oxide in Ariozna. The new address is 3346 W. Flower St in Phoenix. The phone number will remain the same - see their ad in this issue for more info.
showroom, for for increased inventory of products and   wheel-driven vehicles earlier this month at the
   Lloyd Coker’s CKR Racing has also moved into
its new & larger facility, just down the street from the
original shop. The new address is 9845 N. 21st Ave
Suite 4 & 5 in Phoenix,85021. Cell phone number
is 928-921-0103. The new shop will have an actual   finally set the land speed record for piston-engined,
to display some of Lloyd’s super craftmanship. Besides headers, frame & body mods, he is now building dragster chassis. Stop in and say hi.
Race Winning Brands, Inc. (RWB) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Dart Machinery, LTD. (Dart), a performance industry leader and manufacturer of high-performance engine blocks, cylinder heads, and intake manifolds. Dart’s founder, Richard Maskin, will continue to play a leading role within the organization as a partner and Chairman of Research & Development. Race Winning Brands is a leading manufacturer of high performance & racing related components sold to the automotive & powersports markets: JE Pistons, Wiseco Performance Products, K1 Technologies, Diamond Pistons, Trend Performance, Rekluse Motor Sports and ProX Racing Parts.
Bonneville Salt Flats, which enjoyed the best racing surface in many years. Danny ran 446+ on the first run and 450+ on the second for an average of 448.7mph. That’s really fast! The Challenger 2 is now retired and will never run again. Surprisingly enough (or maybe not), the turbine-powered machine of Rick Vesco ran an average of 463.38, including an incredible final trap speed of over 470mph. The car runs a AVCO Lycoming T55 helicopter turbine for power. It was an amazing week!
That’s pretty much all for this issue; I’m sure something or someone has gotten left out, for which I apologize. Be sure to read every page of this issue, there’s lots of good stuff in here!
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