New best with TA Tomahawk power.

Discussion in 'Race 400/430/455' started by GS Kubisch, Oct 4, 2019.

  1. GS Kubisch

    GS Kubisch THE "CUT-UP" BUICK

    Thanks to TA for the goods.

    And thanks to Scott Brown for this wicked recipe.

    Opa, kent.gardner, 1972Mach1 and 23 others like this.
  2. race0

    race0 Active Member

    It just never gets old seeing that thing leave... you make it look so easy .. lol very nice pass and congrats again on a job well done.
  3. Bens99gtp

    Bens99gtp Well-Known Member

    Wow, damn near the 330 on the rear tires and a nice shoftish landing.

    That would have to darn near going 8.20s in the 1/4

    How did you like the new 42, I think it runs every bit as nice as norwalk does
  4. Steve Schlater

    Steve Schlater Well-Known Member

    Congrats Gary !!!!!
  5. Julian

    Julian Well-Known Member

    Congratulations Gary!!!! I hope to see you at nats!
  6. Steve Reynolds

    Steve Reynolds SRE Inc

    Great job! Looks awesome!
  7. Tom Haeffner

    Tom Haeffner Well-Known Member

    That is Awesome!Congratulations on your new best.That car is amazing.
  8. 1972 Stage 1

    1972 Stage 1 Well-Known Member

    Congrats Gary. Awesome launch and ET.

    Will you be able to make BG this year?
  9. Todd69GS

    Todd69GS Silver Level contributor

    Congrats Gary! Glad to see it coming around.
    Lots of good things to come from this car.
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  10. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    Now I know .02 is ALOT at this level,..but do think it has a 4.99 in it???

    STAGE III Lost Experimental 455-4 Bolt Main Block.

    That’s some MASTERFUL driving too! Congratulations! Can’t wait to show my Chevy buddies heh heh
  12. Robsbuick

    Robsbuick Precision Billet Inc.

    Way to go Gary, and on a small tire.
    What size tire??
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  13. Brandon Cocola

    Brandon Cocola Well-Known Member

    That is pretty cool, I think he might run a little better not pulling the wheelie.

    So is there anyone out there with a tomahawk and power adder in a door slammer running 6 or 7's
  14. Julian

    Julian Well-Known Member

    I believe there are two people building twin turbo aluminum blocks which I know one of them is an all-out build.
  15. not fast enough

    not fast enough Well-Known Member

    Congrats Gary. That thing is killer
  16. Bens99gtp

    Bens99gtp Well-Known Member

    I know one being built that plans to target the lower end of that bracket
  17. Steve Reynolds

    Steve Reynolds SRE Inc

    Mine is a 535 with an F1r ProCharger. My goal is to dip into the 8's. Small tire..... estimated 1100-1200 HP range and 3500 lbs. This car will pass tech at an NHRA event, but it's MAIN purpose is a street car. (That's why I sold the GSX drag car.) Heck.............I'm even putting a stereo in it!!!

    Gary's car is outstanding for a NA car with Buick based power! Great job!
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  18. GS Kubisch

    GS Kubisch THE "CUT-UP" BUICK


    I like the way you think LOL... I was thinking the same thing last night.

    That 5.25 was not a perfect run and I still have one or two degrees of timing to try. Not to mention the car is geared for 1/4 mile runs.

    With the gearing now I think it can touch the teens. And if I really went after 1/8 mile exclusively, I would guess around a 5.10

    Thanks Rob! It's a 10.5x29.5 MT Pro Bracket Radial
  19. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    This should be everyone's face when watching this car do work
  20. crouchmtrsports

    crouchmtrsports crouchmtrsports

    Nice job Gary! What was your 60ft ?(on the rear tires)

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