How much horsepower does a Pro Stock have?

How much horsepower does a Pro Stock have?

Modern pro stock engines generally produce around 2.5 hp/in3 (114 kW/L), and make upwards of 1,500 hp while being naturally aspirated. A complete NHRA pro stock engine can cost upwards of $100,000.

What is the fastest Pro Stock car?

Enders Sets New National Record at 261.22 MPH at Norwalk Enders made the most of a bump spot into Friday’s Pro Mod field at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals in Norwalk to post a record setting time with a 5.787 ET at 261.22 miles per hour in her Elite Motorsports twin turbo 2019 Chevrolet Camaro.

How much horsepower does a Top Alcohol dragster have?

about approximately 4,000 hp
A Top Fuel Dragster—distinguished by a supercharged, custom-built, 500-cubic-inch engine—boasts 11,000 horsepower and burns nitromethane. By contrast, a Top Alcohol Dragster’s output is about approximately 4,000 hp. Most alcohol dragsters burn methanol, although a few burn ethanol.

What engine does Pro Stock use?

What Engine Does Pro Stock Use? Chevrolet’s Pro Stock Drag Race Engine Competition (DRCE) provided the massive, naturally aspirated Chevy with the specs it needed one race weekend at a time, transforming the big, strong engine into the perfect, low-rpm machine for drag races.

How many gears does a Pro Stock car have?

2020: Similar in design to the 1970s gearboxes, current Pro Stock cars utilize a 5-speed manual transmission from G-Force or Liberty. Straight-cut gears allow for clutchless gear changes, and teams frequently change internal gear ratios to suit changing weather and track conditions.

How much does a Pro Stock car cost?

A pro stocker at 125k+ has to be the most expensive car to build. 1 motor has to be in the 150k+ range as well. A guess the only thing that would make a fueler more expensive to run is the parts attrition.

Does Warren Johnson still build engines?

Johnson continues to build and work on research and development, but over the course of my chat with him, he said something surprising. “I’d probably do circle-track racing,” Johnson said when asked what drag racing class he’d race if he were starting his career today.

How far do Pro Stock cars race?

1,320 feet
Distances. The standard distance of a drag race is 1,320 feet, 402 m, or 1/4 mile( +- 0,2% FIA & NHRA rules). However, due to safety concerns, certain sanctioning bodies (notably the NHRA for its Top Fuel and Funny Car classes) have shortened races to 1,000 feet.