Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Andy Frost is a Lunatic

And just to prove it, he made his Pro Mod drag car street legal, and displayed its abilities by taking a nice comfortable drive to the market.

The Shane Tecklenburg tuned Vauxhall is equipped with 16 ID2000's, a Motec M880, and will do over 200mph in the quarter.

It's guys like Andy who remind us that times are changing, and we do not have to accept the limitations of the past.

Thanks Andy for proving that performance and drivability do not have to be mutually exclusive.

Check out Andy's website detailing the build of Red Victor 3

Takes Grandma to Church, gets 20mpg, and Runs 10's in the Quarter

And it does it all on the stock short block.

Keith and Damon from KD Innovations specialize in making their old man cars go fast. And they're very good at it, as witnessed by the multiple 10 seconds runs shown in the video below.

Check out their website, and tell them Paul sent you.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

8 Seconds in the Quarter With A/C and a 6 Disc Changer!

AMS sets another world record...again...happens so often some have stopped paying attention.

Pay attention because this time they made a really cool video of their world record setting run, and even included some shots from the dash mounted "Oh Shit" cam.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Real Street Performance Builds Worlds Fastest Ariel Atom

Yup...another worlds fastest. Funny how that keeps happening. Injector Dynamics dealer Real Street Performance has been busy stuffing a 650hp turbocharged Honda K20 into an Ariel Atom.

Sounds excessive huh? It is, and that's why Real Street is one of our favorite dealers.

Speaking of stuffing, check out the ass on this girl.

And don't miss the video. Ass free, but cool none the less.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Injector Dynamics fuels first 300mph Motorcycle

Congratulations to Bill Warner for being the first to 300mph.

The ID2000 equipped Wild Brothers Racing Suzuki Hayabusa is now the fastest bike in the world, and the first to break the 300mph barrier with a record crushing 311.945mph run.

Monday, July 18, 2011

My GT-R Wants to Kill Your Mama

If you're a Frank Zappa fan, you're having a good laugh right now. If not...well...you probably think i'm sniffing C16.

Look it up.

In either case, pay attention or the AMS built GT-R shown below will kill your mama, steal your lunch money, and bang your girlfriend.

Injector Dynamics dealer AMS Performance coaxed 1318whp from their ID2000 equipped 2009 GT-R. The resulting 9.05@166.66mph time slip makes it the fastest and quickest GT-R in the world.

While I admit to being impressed, i'm not surprised. These guys don't mess around. Follow the link above to check out their site.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

SG-Motorsport Raises Hell at the Airport

SG-Motorsport, Hyundai Genesis, Injector Dynamics, and unbridaled enthusiasm meet at an old airport.

I would love to tell you more, but I can't top the description written by one of the lunatics himself.

Check out this video, or wander over to the SG-Motorsport blog for the full story.

(The first few minutes of the video are boring, but it gets good after that.)

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Kiesel's Domination Continues

Have you heard of Jeff Kiesel? If you follow solo racing you are certainly familiar with his numerous national championships. If you do not follow solo racing, but you were a long haired guitar toting wanna be rock star in your younger years, it may interest you to know that Jeff owns a little company called Carvin Guitars

When Jeff is not busy supplying guitars and amplifiers to the likes of Allan Holdsworth, Joe Walsh, Steve Vai, and Al DiMeola, he is terrorizing the competition with his turbo rotary powered Bugeye Sprite.

The Mazda rotary runs on E85, and is fueled with 4 ID2000 injectors.

Jeff recently returned from the Spring Nationals and sent me an email with the following press release attached.


Jeff Kiesel in the 2011 KFR / Goodyear Tire / Racing Beat Turbo Sprite has great success back in Lincoln Nebraska. With back to back major races in Lincoln Nebraska Kiesel went back to compete in both the Lincoln Pro Solo (5-26-5/28) and the Lincoln Spring Nationals (5/29-5/30). Kiesel brought home big wins at both events. The Lincoln Pro R1 class (race tire class) was a 14 car field made up of 7 prepared and modified car classes. Kiesel crushed the field winning overall by 1.855 seconds over a talent packed class made up of 7 multi time national champions. As if that was not enough Kiesel then ran away with the win in at the 2011 Lincoln Spring National (5/29-5/30) EM class win. Despite hitting 1 cone every single run the first day of competition (adding a 2 second penalty for each cone hit) Kiesel still put a big hurt on the class winning by 5.511 seconds with the 2 second penalty.

We caught up with Kiesel during the drive back and here is what Jeff had to say “The events in Lincoln are the best and most important because Lincoln is the site where the National Championships and Pro Finale are held. Extra attention and effort are put into these events, along with more detailed notes. The car was amazing at the Pro and was dialed in perfectly. We did crack the rear end housing on final runs at the pro and I had to weld the housing up right after the final runs to get it ready for the following event. I had to change the set up on the car during the final day of competition for the Spring Nationals and I got the set up pretty good in time for my final run. The car was still not 100% and felt like the a few changes could have dropped us another second. Overall it was a great event for us and we learned a lot while we were there.”

For more information on these events and results go to:

Lincoln Pro

Spring Nationals

For information about these types of events go to www.scca.com