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My father and I were over visiting a friend of ours the other day and I took some pics of some of the projects he is working on. He has developed a fetish for putting blown Hemis in whatever he can get his hands on. He even has a supercharger for his lawn mower.

This is one of his dragsters, it is powered by a blown, alcohol injected, Arias motor, which is essentially an aftermarket big block Chevy with Hemi heads. The motor makes about 2500hp with a 29% overdrive on a Littlefield 14-71 blower running 30lbs of boost. He is planning on stepping up to a 50% overdrive on the blower and getting another 10lbs of boost and a couple hundred more hp. I believe this thing runs somewhere in the 5 second range at around 270mph.

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This is a Hemi Falcon project.

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This is my favorite one, it is a Ford Econoline pickup with a yet another blown Hemi in a mid engine setup with a shortened Powerglide tranny. The driveline is going to be all of 4 inches long.

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Very nice. Luv that truck. I want one of those.

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woooooow....got a picture of the supercharged lawn mower haha

He hasn't put it on yet, but when he does, I will get a picture of it.

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