Larry Larson

A race car, er, truck, built from a 1998 Chevy S-10 regular cab pickup featuring the factory steel cab, steel doors (for street use only) and steel bedsides all wrapped around an SFI-certified chassis. The truck’s original steel windshield frame that the VIN tag is attached to remains as it was built by GM.
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E.T

5.891

MPH

239.74

ENGINE

Pro Line-built, 5-inch bore-spacing Brodix big-block

Cubic in.

620ci

CRANK

CAM SHAFT

PISTON

RODS

INDUCTION

2 98mm-inducer Precision Turbo Gen 2 Pro Mod chargers

HEADS

Brodix heads

VALVES

Valve springs

Rockers

ECU

FuelTech FT500 EFI

Tires

Transmission

Rossler TH400-based “TH210” three-speed automatic built from a Reid Racing case and fit with a Pro Torque converter.

Rear End

Strange aluminum housing (9.5-inch ring gear diameter) with 3.89:1 pro gears wrapped around a Strange spool and 40-spline axles hafts.

Oil System

Fuel System

220-pound-per-hour Precision injectors (on the upper row) and 550 pound-per-hour Precision injectors (on the lower row) of the intake manifold.

Front Suspension

Rear Suspension

Cooling

Brakes

Wheels

Exhaust