Drag racing can be fun and often times, it really is super fun. If you are a business owner and want to have a performance car that has amazing engine performance, that can run on race fuel… get a used 2004 Gallardo Lamborghini. Take that car to a Twin Turbo kit from the racing company. With a base package that makes over 700hp which is just incredible!
Well, much like a regular everyday car you would probably take care of your stock car more if you’d drive it more often. But even if you don’t, it’s highly recommended to use the best shop vac recommended by experts in 2015. Reason for that is simple, they work the best and others simply stink. Do you want a good example?
Personally, I’ve been using the Armor All Utility Shop Vac for an extremely long time. And yes, I know it’s not the most powerful and expensive eletronic gizmo on the market. But where it does shine is simplicity being something completely different.
In my personal list of the best car vacuum cleaners, this would rank #3 respectably out of 10. It’s super portable and super light. Being 52, my back truly sucks when it comes to bending down and picking up some heavy shit… seriously, at 52 I’m already feeling it. But hey, don’t forget that I’ve been working in the warehouses where they produce radar detectors for consumer vehicles. It was a lot of heavy box lifting for 12 years, but now I’m returned and can truly enjoy myself to the max. Here’s a picture of my stock car I’ve been racing for the last 3 years.
My plans are big, and I’m thinking of creating my own mom and pop store about radar detectors. I know it’s not really related to stock cars but hey… it’s related in terms of being used in a car. Close enough = )
Stay tuned to my next post!
Many of today’s stock cars whether they are on dirt or pavement, need some serious heavy duty engine maintenance. This is also crucial for a good victory at the track, without a doubt. But what do you do when, you have little to no time to get that done? We’ll it’s quite simple, you use fuel system and injector cleaners to give your engine some deep cleaning without having to take the engine apart. Now, these high performance engines run extremely hot for 1-2 hours at a time to race. They have to stand up to those kind of temperatures or else, they will simply weaken and shoot a piston through the block… do you want that?
If course you don’t. Here’s a few good best fuel injector cleaner recommended by racing experts. With that being said, you gotta look at it also into an economical perspective. If you purchase the top rated fuel cleaners that are being sold online, you have the highest likelyhood of actually making an impact on the carbon fighting.
Here’s a good example of a top rated fuel system cleaner, the Lucas fuel injector cleaner.
On these high octane fuel vehicles, it’s 100% best to use 3-4x more than you would use on a typical vehicle. Reason for that is because the fuel will get burned up MUCH quicker, making for a quicker result you’ll see.
To read more, here’s a resource. HOTROD
GRASSO & ELDRETH CLAIM CHAMPIONSHIP TITLES IN URC’s SIXTY-SIXTH SEASON
After a twenty race season that started at the Big Diamond Raceway in Minersville, PA and ended at the Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC, JJ Grasso emerges as the Rislone URC Sprint Series Driver Champion.
For car owner Kenny Eldreth, it was his first ever championship as a URC car owner.
Early in the season, defending URC Champion Robbie Stillwaggon was a dominant force, winning three of the first five URC events including the opener at Big Diamond. JJ Grasso turned up the juice by winning the Jack Gunn Memorial at the Selinsgrove Speedway on May 11. There was a run of different feature winners to include Art Liedl, Dave Ely, Kevin Darling and Josh Weller.
Mark Smith made a statement at the Williams Grove Speedway on August 2nd for the 8th running of the Rislone Nationals. Smith started twelfth and worked his way to the front of the pack, easily going on to claim the $4,000 first place prize. The following night, Chad Trout scored his first career URC win, taking the checker flag at the Lincoln Speedway.
Robbie Stillwaggon was the man on a mission at the Black Rock Speedway on August 9th. Stillwaggon started outside the top twelve and threaded this way through traffic to score the win in convincing style.
Talented Brian Carber scored his first career URC win taking the victory at the New Egypt Speedway on September 4.
As the URC season began to wear down, the point battle was heating up with Josh Weller within striking distance of point leader JJ Grasso. Both Weller and Grasso raced with very calculated moves as they inched towards the final point race. At the Selinsgrove Speedway on Saturday, September 28, the biggest payday of URC’s season was on the line and at the drop of the checker flag, TJ Stutts collected the $8,000 first place prize.
URC was heading south with a two race weekend in the Carolina’s. Once again, planned and calculated, both Grasso and Weller were on their game, neither one could flinch going into what would be, the final two point races of the 2013 season. Grasso kept it all together and celebrated his championship victory on Saturday night, October 5 at the Cherokee Speedway. Weller ran strong and was in the hunt right down to the final laps, earning a solid runner-up finish in the point chase. For the Carolina weekend, Charlotte, NC standout Eric Riggins Jr. made a clean sweep of the Carolina weekend winning both features.
Plans for the 2014 Rislone URC Sprint Series season are already underway. Selinsgrove is looking at six dates for the coming season as Bedford has two URC events planned. Big Diamond is confirmed with one spring date and the Carolina two race weekend is also planned. More to come on the schedule over the next few weeks.