ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010/2011

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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010

Postby quad killer » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:13 pm

believe it or not I think we may try this again in a couple of weeks if we can get the time to pull the wheels and restudd with 2 xs the amount
and Jordan no there were no vw's out there :D
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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010

Postby badfrog » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:34 pm

cool video i love the black and white you are getting crafty!

dam those sleds get it-
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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010

Postby Turbotom » Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:51 pm

quad killer wrote:believe it or not I think we may try this again in a couple of weeks if we can get the time to pull the wheels and restudd with 2 xs the amount
and Jordan no there were no vw's out there :D


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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010

Postby JonJ » Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:37 pm

36 hp is at the motor, when they are brand new, perfectly tuned,
And believe it or not, Turbo, those things put a whopping 18 hp to the rear wheels!! :shock:
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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010

Postby Turbotom » Sun Feb 28, 2010 8:34 am

Ya they were no powerhouses, one different thing in those motors were that the lifters and pushrods were one piece

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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010

Postby quad killer » Sun Feb 28, 2010 8:48 am

Terry my driver was telling me about having a stripped down corvair out there in the 80s
he said they would raise hell until the dnr kicked them off the ice :D
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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010/2011

Postby quad killer » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:23 am

well the ice drags are back on like donkey kong!
come out any sat or sunday and you will see all kinds of cool stuff

I thought this was really nice
old school honda 3 wheeler

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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010/2011

Postby sandaltered » Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:05 pm

Pretty sweet 250R. That's an '85 if I remember my 3 wheelers correctly.
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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010/2011

Postby PaulyPal » Sun Jan 30, 2011 3:37 pm

That thing is awesome, very clean.
sandaltered wrote:Pretty sweet 250R. That's an '85 if I remember my 3 wheelers correctly.

It appers to be an '85, 1985-86 only years they were liquid cooled, '85 had 250r on the seat '86 had ATC.
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Re: ANCHOR BAY ICE DRAGS 2010/2011

Postby quad killer » Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:46 am

these guys from one stop performance and a bunch of other race teams usually test out on Anchor Bay

http://onestopperformance.com/HD_Videos.html
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