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1969 Corvette 427 (L88, 435 hp) vs 1968 Dodge Super Bee HEMI - Pure Stock Muscle Car Drag Race

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What a great match-up!!! First you have the legendary Hemi in a 1968 Dodge Super Bee breathing 425 horsepower from the legendary 426 ci HEMI. Then throw that against a 1969 Corvette... but not just any Corvette... a Corvette with a L88 427 making 435 horsepower. I don't think I could ever thank both of these owners enough for actually bringing out these cars and racing them. What a rare match-up!

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The pure stock musclecar drags take place every September in Michigan. The most important rule: your muscle car must be stock. Other rules include that the cars must be built between 1955 -1975 in either United States or Canadian assembly plants with a minimum warranty of 12 months and 12,000 miles, and cars must be factory equipped with the minimum of four barrel carb ration, dual exhaust, and other factory installed equipment that promotes high-performance intent and image (AKA a musclecar).

The engine must be factory correct for the year, model, and horsepower claimed.

The transmission must be correct for the year, make, model, and horsepower claimed. Shift improver kits are allowed.

The rear axle must be of the same manufacturer as the car. Any gear ratio is allowed. Lightweight driveshafts NOT allowed.

The carburetor must be correct for the year, make, and horsepower claimed. Jetting and metering changes are permitted. The choke assembly must be in place and functional.

Cast-iron exhaust manifolds are mandatory and must be correct for the year, model, and horsepower claimed. Internal modifications to the exhaust manifolds are NOT allowed. Under no circumstances will headers be allowed, including those cars that came with headers delivered in the trunk. The exhaust system may be upgraded to a maximum of 2.5-inch head and tail pipes. Pipes must be routed as they were originally for the year, make, model, and engine combination. Mufflers must be stock looking in design, that is, oval in shape. No glasspacks or straight pipes allowed unless installed as original equipment.

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