My latest "street terror"
A 1973 "H" Code 340 Plymouth Duster. I took a 60,000 Original Mile Car that has been in my family since 1976 and modified it without a care in the world. (My dad, the previous owner, actually insisted that I do it) Engine is a Mopar Performance R3 Engine Block, topped with a Dyer's Large Bore 6-71 Blower.
4.14" Bore, 3.31" Stroke, 8.1:1 Compression, .590 Lift Cam, 1.6 Ratio Rockers, 4-Bolt Mains, 72cc "T/A J" Heads with Offset Pushrod Holes and 2.10" / 1.90" Valves, Milodon Gear Drive Timing.
The little street driven monster runs a Backbraced 8.75" Chrysler Rear, with 4.10 Gears and a Spool. Helping it bite the road, are a pair of 29x15.5-15" Wrinkle Wall Mickey Thompson Tires (in the first picture it had 29x14.5-14" Kelly's)... Traction is still horrible. I need to inboard the back, widen the tubs and squeeze some wider tires under the back of her, in hopes of getting it to bite better