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SPEEDDEMON AT FIA 2011

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SPEEDDEMON AT FIA 2011

The “Speed Demon” is powered by a “Hellfire” 347-cubic inch small block engine using two 82mm Precision Turbochargers burning alcohol to challenge Al Teague’s long-standing 406.321 mph FIA record. The unique “Hellfire” powerplant is designed and constructed by Duttweiler.

The 462-mph exit speed, clocked after the end of the flying mile and not valid for FIA records, exceeded the Burkland family’s 450-mph exit recorded on September 20, 2000, (using two supercharged nitro-burning Donovan Chryslers), and each intermediate time is now the fastest speed ever clocked by a wheel-driven, automotive-engined machine.

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