Don't that motor have a set of A460's with your handy work done on them?Yep, Kristina Lawyer won the Jeg's Quick 32 Series race at Bunker Hill, IN last night. She ran a string of 4.55 & 4.56s on her way to the final, and cut a bunch of double "0" lights also. In the final she had a .001 light against James Monroe's .008 light. Real tough night of racing with about 40 dragsters trying to qualify for the 32 car field. The bump spot was a 4.73 I think. Congratulations to Todd & Gail Lawyer, and of course Kristina Lawyer for taking the victory.
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Yes sir, TFS A-460 heads with my CNC porting program, then hand rubbed on top of that. Titanium intakes and stainless steel exhausts, competition valve job and fully flow tested.Don't that motor have a set of A460's with your handy work done on them?
Sounds good, Guess its almost time for Lem to spec out one of those "super" cams for me.Yes sir, TFS A-460 heads with my CNC porting program, then hand rubbed on top of that. Titanium intakes and stainless steel exhausts, competition valve job and fully flow tested.
Bobby Small's engine has a set of fully ported Ford Pro-Filer 205 heads with the copper berilyium seats like what your getting.
So how big is Kristina's motor. and they only spay it for 2.8 seconds?Hey guys,
Thanks for the kind words about Kristina's recent victory in the Jeg's Super Quick 32 Series at Bunker Hill, IN last Saturday night. May I suggest that you visit kristina's web site, www.Lawyermotorsports.com for a link to the NHRA article and also lot's of neat pictures in her photo gallery.