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City: Winnipeg Manitoba Canada

Brief description of car:  1949 Ford Prefect. aka Prefect Storm Center steer altered style square chassis built under an all original body (We’ll never paint it) Best ET to date is 10.29 / 231 which is exactly where we want it to be

Fuel System:   Hilborn mechanical injection on alcohol Enderle 80-1 pump

Size and type of engine:   13-1 compression Mild roller cam

City: Anderson, SC

Brief description of car:  71 Chevy c10…All rust repaired, paint re-distressed with Patina. Thanks Mike and #1 and #14/28 (inside joke) for everything…so far…lol…

Fuel System:   Fuel cell…to dual Edelbrock Blower Carbs…

Size and type of engine:   383 Stroker with 671 large bore blower…running -10% Under drive at the moment

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City: Cumming, GA

Brief description of car:  1939 Dodge

Fuel System:   Enderle mechanical injection set up by Alky Digger

Size and type of engine:   1957 392 Chrysler with 5/8″ stroke to 467 cubic inches. Compression is 15:1 running on gas and a manual trans. Currently running A/Gas with the Southeast Gassers. Best 1/8th mile time so far 5.90 @ 117MPH. Always looking for a few 10ths more!

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Casper, Wyoming

Car: 1941 Chrysler

Engine (s)
92 Chrysler Hemi’s
6-71 Blowers

Fuel system: Hilborn Four Ports, by  Alkydigger in Nashville, TN
Support help from Mike Chilando

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Ostrander, Ohio

Mini modified pulling tractor

Alcohol injection. Complete setup by Mike at AlkyDiggers

572 BBC

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Waterford NY

Funny Car –Corvette
500 Cu in KB Hemi
Unblown  -methanol

Fuel system:  Enderle Bird  with help from Alkydigger
Will upgrade to larger injector next year , with luck  !

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City:  Camden, AR

3200 lb Plymouth duster
446 Cu in Big Block MoPar
Hilborn Fuel Injection System  by
Alcohol- Fuel

Car went ½ second quicker after changed from Carb. To Fuel Injection
Runs 6.30’s in the 1/8th mile

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I haven’t had a minute to bring you up to speed. This is the car I bought to put the alky motor in. I finally got it done a month ago. I took it to a mediocre track (close by) hoping it would run an 8.40 and was gonna be disappointed if it didn’t run a 8 .50.

The fumes were so bad in the car I decided to hold it down because I wasn’t gonna try and run it anymore until I could do something with the exhaust.

I had planned to only run it an eight mile. It went 8.08 at 168 mph on the very first pass leaving a 4000 and shifting at 6500. Took it to a good track the following weekend. I could tell it was shifting way too early so I moved it up to 7000. I went 7.81, 7.82 7.82 and 7.803 on the last run at 172 mph.

Last night I took it to another track for my son to make his licensing runs and it went 7.78. Needless to say, We’re ecstatic with that performance. No one saw that coming. It’s only a 540 with 325 heads.

I haven’t tuned on it a bit yet and still haven’t turned on the high speed lean yet. I’ll try that the next time I take it to a quarter mile track.

I haven’t once changed a pill or nozzle size. I ordered a racepac with 8 EGT’s but don’t have it in yet.

I’ll keep you up to date. Tell Toni what I said. Both you and her are so knowledgeable on this alky stuff. You’ve helped me so much with this set up. I swear, I haven’t touched a thing on the motor since It started except change the oil and there wasn’t anything wrong with that. I just did it because it’s a new motor.

Love you guys.

Pro Mod 1st Place Winner at the Lucas Oil “Showdown in San Angelo”


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1966 Corvette Stingray – street driven
Full chromoly tube chassis
Chromoly sheet metal rear 4 link housing

Engine :

  • 447 CI BBC full roller motor
  • Brodix BB2 Extra heads
  • Ross pistons
  • Comp cams
  • Crower lifters
  • Scat h-beam rods
  • Forged crank
  • 8-71 Littlefield stage 4 blower

Fuel System  :- Hilborn 4 port (mechanical) & PG150c-1 pump- by Alkydigger

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