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RPM Symphony Video: Listen To A Pair Of 11,000 RPM Small Blocks Head Down The Strip!


RPM Symphony Video: Listen To A Pair Of 11,000 RPM Small Blocks Head Down The Strip!

We often show you dyno videos with NHRA Competition Eliminator engines getting spun to sky high RPM levels. Now we’re going to show you one with Comp Eliminator engines actually powering cars down the course and making those huge RPMs we all love so much. This video was taken up in NHRA’s Division 6 which happens to be up in the Pacific Northwest. The two cars involved are a C/Econo Dragster (4bbl carb only!) and a C/Altered (door slammer with a small inch engine and a manual transmission.

The two very evenly matched cars run down the strip cleanly and make some amazing music, especially when they get to the top end and really have their legs stretched out! The one thing that amazes us every time we see it on video is the instant response these engines have. They rocket to these near five digit RPM numbers as soon as the driver hammers the pedal. Hell, we bet the guy just thinks about hitting the gas and the little motors are already headed to the moon!

Comp Eliminator is a kick ass class that is full of unique and cool machines and engines. From tiny turbo fours to huge naturally aspirated mills measure out to nearly 1,000ci, Comp has something for everyone!

PRESS PLAY BELOW TO SEE A PAIR OF FIVE DIGIT RPM SMALL BLOCKS GET AFTER IT IN IN SEATTLE ON THE STRIP!


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