Astonishing Fireball Camaro SS Appears At The 2017 Street Outlaws

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2017 Street Outlaws are all the rage right now. ...

2017 Street Outlaws are all the rage right now. Watch this Fireball Camaro SS tearing down the Dragway Of Magnolia in a great style.

The star of the show may really be this Camaro. It is fast and you may have seen this car before as a part of the Discovery channel show. Ryan Martin drove it before and this time, the awesome 2010 twin turbocharged fifth gen Camaro SS managed to win over the Doug Groves in his Tripn’ Camaro. Both are fast – very fast. Yet, let us talk about this Fireball Camaro. Feeding the wheels is the 102 mm Precision turbos making do with a 572 cubic-inch 481X from Pro Line. No wonder it has a lot of power. That made it one of the most powerful and the fastest Radial Camaros on earth. So powerful in fact that it can run under five at 162 mph. The thing cranks out amazing 5,500hp. It is that insane.

The builders were not silent about it:
“We decided to switch from the wedge engine to the 481X engine after losing the rocker arm and having to forfeit the race to James Goad’s Reaper at the Winter Meltdown No Prep Shootout last month,” said Russ Harrison, co-owner of Fireball Racing.

“The wedge engine was a good engine,” says Martin. “But the harder you pushed it, the more you had to work on it – which is true of all cars, but we were breaking rockers off every other pass. We’re not only in a race against other cars, but we’re also in a race against the clock to maintain the Fireball between races. The wedge engine was a specialty engine, so availability of parts was always an issue at races.”

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