Drag racers are a predictable bunch, especially those who live at the ragged edge of extreme speed and power. Pretty much anything that enhances performance is highly coveted, and most of the time, if a little is good, then a lot is better.
Take Claremore, Oklahoma’s Dave Pierce. It wasn’t enough to have a carbon fiber Bickel-built Camaro Pro Mod. Oh, no. He had to have nearly 1,000 cubic inches of monstrous, massive power under the carbon fiber nose.
And it wasn’t enough to have four digits of naturally-aspirated horsepower, either. Not even close. So he added nitrous. But a little nitrous? No way. Try FIVE stages of Nitrous Outlet-plumbed and plunged power adder systems. It all started back in 2012 when father Pierce and son Jeff set out to build a car that would be a threat to claim the winners’ circle anywhere it got off the trailer, eventually making its way to the PDRA & Midwest Pro Mod series.
Construction on the build was completed by Bickel Race Cars. A full chromoly chassis was outfitted with custom double- adjustable struts up front and matched custom-valved double- adjustable shocks on a bulletproof 4-link out back. The Mark Williams 10-inch rear … Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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