We’ve showed you Aussie Daniel Blok’s sweet Valiant before. Blok uses the car in burnout competitions and what makes it radically different than the majority of other cars is that Daniel runs a NASCAR RP7 engine that formerly powered a Sprint Cup Dodge stock car instead of a blown small block or big block like virtually everyone else. What the NASCAR engine lacks in low end torque, it more than makes up for in top end screaming horsepower and that’s why you are seeing this new video featuring the car. We’re of the belief that this could be the most punishing burnout we have ever seen. The engine is spinning so hard and for so long, we’re shocked that it didn’t barf rods, barf the cooling system, or lunch something else.
We’ve never seen the components that make up the cooling system on this car, but whatever they are, bombproof is the term we’d use. The fact is that during a normal NASCAR race, the engines are turning huge RPM but they are also getting rammed with 200mph air through the front end. This engine is pulling the same RPMs albeit without the load that the race cars have on them but also without the fresh air flowing through the radiator. We’ve all heard the old gearhead joke when someone asks somebody else if their engine will rev to a high RPM level and the dude being asks says, “It’ll do it once…” Daniel Blok has proven that his NASCAR powered Valiant can do it a bunch and keep on ticking. This is one tough mill.
PRESS PLAY BELOW TO SEE DANIEL BLOK’S VALIANT SCREAM OUT 9,000+ RPM FOR MINUTES ON END WHILE BLAZING THE TIRES!