F-BIRD'88 wrote:Only one rule:
Dual Q-jet carbs induction required... May the best man win.
Hemi's, LSX, SBC BBC All fords bring it Hope you brought enough.
This is awesome! I would accept that challenge. Lmao
Steve.k wrote:Actually a all oem challenge in each engine size. All out but cast parts other than intakes and headers. All out with factory components. New to old what ever engine you want n/a is only rule.
Barry_R wrote:One things that seems to keep getting missed is the visual punch of the entries.
When they forced everybody into a single four barrel on a dual plane intake it drives them all toward visual boredom.
It would be really cool to see the independent runner Webers, running against the tunnel rams, running against a modern single dominator, running against an EFI with a central throttle body, etc. Have tight rules on the innards to control costs (lift, compression, fuel, heads), but let the stuff readers can see run wild.
David Vizard wrote:I have had many people ask me why I don't enter the EMC and the simple truth is I am up to my ears in stuff that is more race then EMC material.
CGT wrote:David Vizard wrote:I have had many people ask me why I don't enter the EMC and the simple truth is I am up to my ears in stuff that is more race then EMC material.
Like SAM, Kaase, BES etc? Those guys are studs in the racing world and they know that knowledge transfers into EMC , and vice versa. They lay it on the line for EMC....more risk than reward, but they do it regardless. Maybe another year for you huh?
A ford small block could do well by the street class rule set this year in my opinion....right up your alley. 50 to 75 grand would be an extreme stretch in that class, unless a person didn't have any resources at all, or some creative accounting was done.
Walter R. Malik wrote:BOSS 429 wrote:unlike emc where most if not all will never see a car, be nice to see one installed in a car, and driven
It is obvious that you have no real clue about how or where some of those EMC engines continue to live.
Several reside in cars, trucks and even boats and have for years after the running of that contest.
You may not agree or even like that contest but, at least know what you are talking about.
MadBill wrote:Speaking of the EMC, has there been a Summer 2017 edition of the EM magazine? My go-to clerk at my usual store always sets aside a copy and calls me, but she's retired now and nobody there recalls seeing it. The web is not informative on the subject...