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Mr.HP
03-22-2012, 08:00 AM
will be at the Hillbilly Arm Drop Drags
You guys could find the info on this better to post than me
He called yesterday
told me him and guy who has a Monte Carlo will both be there...

I was out in the field on a wrecker call and got limited bits of information...
wanted to go ahead and post this...
can one of you guys track down some info on the Jeff Lutz 57?
post a few pics.
My shop is completely swamped right now
we are gonna be working Saturdays for awhile.
My oldest boy had a motorcycle wreck
he was my #1 helper here
he is out of comission for awhile.
gonna be harder to get you guys info about the HADD.

Lutz told me about a friend that has a Monte Carlo that is like his 57
do any of you know who that might be...?
thanks up front for anything you can do....
Kent Rose

96juicedGT
03-22-2012, 08:33 AM
Pic

http://www.hotrod.com/dragweek/2010/hrdp_1101_hot_rod_drag_week_2010_official_coverage/photo_57.html

Video

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=et0EKsb2wGc

Just a quick search I am sure there is more info on it.

Mr.HP
03-22-2012, 09:28 AM
Thanks,.....
Jeff says he is gonna put on a Helluvashow for us.....
I look forward to it...!

Mr.HP
03-22-2012, 01:49 PM
just found out the other guy is Mark Vinson,
70 Monte Carlo
Drag Radial Car....!!!

has Butch Reeds name on it,...and right under neath there is Shannon Renfro.

JOSH
03-22-2012, 03:47 PM
Jeff Lutz
Jeff Lutz made Drag Week™ ’10 a father-and-son event as he toured his ’57 Chevy with Jeff Jr., running in the low 7s all five days. The goal was to finish and get into the Drag Week™ 200 MPH Club, but the duo accomplished way more than that. No one has come closer to beating Larson.
Lutz won’t give up any info about what he’s done to the ’57 since last year, and it’s only made a couple of appearances at the track as of late. The ’57 is a real threat to win. His son’s new car is also causing drama.

Hometown: Callery, PA
Car: ’57 Chevy
Displacement: 598ci big-block Chevy built by Pat Musi
Cylinder block: TFS aluminum
Bore: 4.600-inch
Crankshaft: 4.500-inch Callies
Rods: GRP aluminum
Pistons: JE
Cylinder heads: Edelbrock Big Vic
Camshaft: Bullet mechanical roller
Induction: Hogan sheetmetal intake
Power-adder: Precision Turbo 94mm twins
Fuel system: Weldon mechanical pump
Engine management: BigStuff3 tuned by Patrick Barnhill and Jason Lee of PTP Racing in Columbus, Ohio
Ignition: MSD Digital 7
Data acquisition: Racepak
Drivetrain: TH400 built by Mark Micke, Alston Fab 9 rearend with Mark Williams axles and 3.70 gears
Chassis: Lutz Race Cars tube chassis
Suspension: Strange front struts, RJ Racecars four-link with Strange coilovers
Brakes: Wilwood discs with single-piston calipers up front and dual calipers in the rear
Wheels and tires: 15x3.5 and 15x15 Mickey Thompson wheels with 26x7.5 and 33x18.5 Mickey Thompson DOT tires
Weight: 3,600 pounds




Read more: http://www.hotrod.com/dragweek/2011/hrdp_1108_drag_week_2011/viewall.html#ixzz1psPbVnqn

Mr.HP
03-22-2012, 08:40 PM
Jeff Lutz
Jeff Lutz made Drag Week™ ’10 a father-and-son event as he toured his ’57 Chevy with Jeff Jr., running in the low 7s all five days. The goal was to finish and get into the Drag Week™ 200 MPH Club, but the duo accomplished way more than that. No one has come closer to beating Larson.
Lutz won’t give up any info about what he’s done to the ’57 since last year, and it’s only made a couple of appearances at the track as of late. The ’57 is a real threat to win. His son’s new car is also causing drama.

Hometown: Callery, PA
Car: ’57 Chevy
Displacement: 598ci big-block Chevy built by Pat Musi
Cylinder block: TFS aluminum
Bore: 4.600-inch
Crankshaft: 4.500-inch Callies
Rods: GRP aluminum
Pistons: JE
Cylinder heads: Edelbrock Big Vic
Camshaft: Bullet mechanical roller
Induction: Hogan sheetmetal intake
Power-adder: Precision Turbo 94mm twins
Fuel system: Weldon mechanical pump
Engine management: BigStuff3 tuned by Patrick Barnhill and Jason Lee of PTP Racing in Columbus, Ohio
Ignition: MSD Digital 7
Data acquisition: Racepak
Drivetrain: TH400 built by Mark Micke, Alston Fab 9 rearend with Mark Williams axles and 3.70 gears
Chassis: Lutz Race Cars tube chassis
Suspension: Strange front struts, RJ Racecars four-link with Strange coilovers
Brakes: Wilwood discs with single-piston calipers up front and dual calipers in the rear
Wheels and tires: 15x3.5 and 15x15 Mickey Thompson wheels with 26x7.5 and 33x18.5 Mickey Thompson DOT tires
Weight: 3,600 pounds




Read more: http://www.hotrod.com/dragweek/2011/hrdp_1108_drag_week_2011/viewall.html#ixzz1psPbVnqn


thanks
the other guy is Mark Vinson,...70 Monte Carlo....
Big Block Nitrous...
Drag Radial

Really do appreciate all the info,...It is 8:39....Shop is MAXXXED out right now...more on the way...

Mr.HP#2
03-25-2012, 09:25 AM
blubu,...i found a mention about Vinson on the link you posted about Lutz...don't know how to post it...