Welcome to Ballistic PC this site has evolved from a computer building site to automotive. Call me lazy but I just kept the name. If you are into old muscle cars then stay and have a look around. I do not update often but I do when I get a chance. Thanks for stopping by.

Testing out logos..
1969 Plymouth GTX N96 air grabber 440 4-speed car.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner 383 with a 727 3-speed automatic. Converted to Holley Sniper EFI.
1969 Plymouth GTX 440 727 Auto. In this photo I just completed installing the chrome between the black bottom and the yellow. The previous owner filled all the holes and I had to re-drill every one of them to install all of the fasteners.
This is a 446 cubic inch 440 That I built from an RV engine. Bored .030 over with Speed Pro pistons. Heads rebuild and ported. Mopar Performance M1 intake. Summit K6401 Cam. The block was square decked, line honed, bored and checked for any issues. Turned out to be a pretty nice 500hp engine.
Lost a lobe on the cam.
Owner did not want to use the original vacuum powered airgrabber. So I fabbed up a bracket and used a 2 inch stroke electric piston.
This is the bracket its in very rough dimensions in this picture. Once I got proper fitment I trimmed it down and dressed it up.
All holes fit factory hood mounting holes. So nothing was butchered.
Final fitment and testing with everything hooked up. Worked out great.