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Racing in December!?!?

Schober Motorsports

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Hey guys! Just got done building a new 505 for the Coronet... My last block decided to crack a cylinder wall after sitting for 3 years... So, I made it out to Bradenton Motorsports Park two weeks ago for the SFG $20K/$50K to win 5 day race. Only raced Tues and Weds. The car did OK this time out, the throttle cable decided to come off a few times which didn't really help much... I was happy to see 60 fts improved to a consistent 1.39. Anyway, hope you all enjoy some highlights from racing in December!

Combo
67 Coronet @ 3559 lb w/ driver
505 CID
13:1 Compression
Trick Flow 270 Heads
Good sized flat tappet
Powerglide
4.11's

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Air was really good down there. My buddys kid had his 62 Dart there all 5 days. First time it broke into the 5's.
How did yours run compared to the old motor?
Doug
 
Air was really good down there. My buddys kid had his 62 Dart there all 5 days. First time it broke into the 5's.
How did yours run compared to the old motor?
Doug
I think I remember seeing that car out there... not too many Mopars thats for sure.

This new motor is about a tenth faster. I'm happy with it so far!
 
This is his car. Has had a BB Indy, B-1, blown iron 440. Currently a 434 SB Chevy.
Doug

seths car.jpg
 
Great quality videos on your YouTube channel, I am now subscribed!
Thanks for the posts.
I noticed you looking back and over for your competitor coming up to the finish line, so you could measure your own speed.
Obviously you are confident in your abilities.
 
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