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Team Bahrain/Drag Cartel K-series A/M 9.681@137mph

30 Dec


Team Bahrain/Drag Cartel Dec 6, 2012
Owner/Driver: Adel Hassan
Mechanic: Ali Moosa
Tuner: Ahmed Aryan
Engine by: Drag Cartel Industries

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The 1/4 Mile Life – Laying Rubber on An Air Strip

30 Dec



We last witnessed a legal drag race exactly 12months ago, within a few months after it was organized everyone were soon thirsting up for another one! Although attempts were made to hold another drag battle early and mid this year failed, the green light came from the officials to hold it at the Katukurunda Air Strip to end this year.

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Carey Bales’ 2004 Honda S2000 – JDM Honda engineering meets USDM drag racing engineering = 8.916 @ 159.40 mph = FTW

31 Oct

GhettoRacer & His Bizarre and Twisted Reality

Updated 1/31/2012 5:46 am – This car is sick.  Awesome execution.


As some of you may have followed,…onda+S2000+AEM , in late 2009, the car ran 9’s in daily driver trim. This was done on the same tires I drove the car around on the street, pump gas, and an AEM Water/Meth injection system. We were shocked with the performance that we got out of this setup! Towards the end of the season we started running into some issues with the rear end breaking. So in the off-season we elected to upgrade it. We decided to go with a “bolt in” 4-link style rear end so that the car could still fit into several street classes and because we didn’t want to cut the car up or back half it. This car is still a 100% stock chassis car and all the suspension utilized on the car bolts…

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Kiel Priestman’s drag spec Civic EG.

26 Jun

Kiel Priestman’s drag spec Civic EG


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