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Speedy

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  1. Event Cost (This is for BOTH days at the track!) !!Prepayment must be received by 12pm CST NOON March 25, 2018 to be eligible for the discount!! Driver (per car) - $120 prepay - $150 pay at the event (prepay non-refundable) One track spectator included with car driver and driver includes car show entry for one car. Driver fee covers two drivers in the same car, $50 for each additional driver. Car Show Only (per car) - $20 pre pay $30 pay at the event (prepay non-refundable) *One track spectator included with car show car owner Spectator - $10 *This is per person for entry to see the racing at Beech Bend Raceway on each day. Kids 12 and under - FREE HOST HOTEL: Holiday Inn 1021 Wilkinson Trace, Bowling Green, KY 42103 Room Rate: $115 per night with a NICE breakfast for two included for each night's stay! Phone: 270-745-0088 or 1-888-HOLIDAY Group Rate Booking Code: CF9 Cutoff Date: Guests must book before 3/22/18. The group rate will be available until the Cut-Off Date or until the group block is sold out, whichever comes first. Event Schedule (all times CST and could be adjusted slightly based on time frames) Thursday April 12, 2018 5pm - 7pm - Registration at the Host Hotel to be ready for track time first thing Friday morning. Those that register Thursday will be able to "drive through" at the track for faster entry and more track time! Everyone must register, whether prepaid or paying at the event to sign event wavier, get goodies, etc. Friday April 13, 2018 Breakfast 6:30am - 7:30am 8:00am - Beech Bend Raceway gates open to ChallengerFest 8:30am - 8:45am - Mandatory driver meeting at the start of staging lanes 9:00am - 12:00pm - Test and Tune (TNT) 12:00pm - 1:00pm - Break for lunch 1:00pm - 2:00pm - Index Race 2:00pm - 4:00pm - Test and Tune (TNT) 4:00pm - Track closes to ChallengerFest 5:00pm - All ChallengerFest attendees must vacate the track property 5:00pm - 7:00pm - Billet Technology ChallengerFest 9 Car Show and Food Trucks (Host Hotel) 6:00pm - 7:00pm - Late registration Parking Lot Party Host Hotel Holiday Inn - 7pm - ???? Saturday April 14, 2018 6:30am - 7:30am - Breakfast Host Hotel 8:00am - Beech Bend gates open to ChallengerFest 8:30am - 8:45am - Mandatory driver meeting at start of staging lanes 9am - 11:00am - Test and Tune (TNT) 11:00am - 11:30am - 6 Speed Shootout 11:30am - 12:00pm - Test and Tune (TNT) 12:00pm - 1:00pm - Break for lunch 1:00pm - 1:30pm - Unlimited Shootout 1:30pm - 2:00pm - Test and Tune (TNT) 2:00pm - 3:00pm - Bracket Race 3:00pm - 4:00pm Test and Tune (TNT) 4:00pm - track closes to ChallengerFest 5:00pm ChallengerFest attendees will need to leave the track unless staying on until 10pm with the local group ($5 tech card required to track) 7:00pm - 9:00pm - ChallengerFest Awards Ceremony and Racing4Vets Charity Auction at the host hotel banquet hall 9:00pm - ???? Parking Lot party (if too cool or inclement weather this will take place in the same banquet hall as the awards dinner) Sunday April 15, 2018 8:00am - Breakfast Host Hotel 10:00am - Goodbyes Car Show and Food Trucks Friday April 13, 2018 5pm - 7pm CST Parking Lot Party 7pm - ???? Beech Bend Raceway Bowling Green, KY Drag Racing Friday April 13 AND Saturday April 14, 2018! Location: Beech Bend Raceway Quarter Mile Track Bowling Green, KY Official Event Charity Attendees 1. Speedy 2. Phil W. - PAID 3. Greg M. - PAID 4. Wes E. - PAID 5. Chad F. - PAID 6. Jenny B. - PAID 7. Felix W. - PAID 8. Billy D. - PAID 9. Bridget J. - PAID 10. Michael C. - PAID 11. Chris S. - PAID 12. David S. - PAID 99. Chuck and Lisa N. - PAID 314. Greg C. - PAID 426. Alan P. - PAID 440. Al B. - PAID 500. Heidi T. - PAID ChallengerFest 9 Sponsors Title Sponsor Track Prep Sponsor Supporting Sopnsors
  2. First post updated as of this week with folks who've pre-registered.
  3. Thanks to DownForce Solutions for their sponsorship of ChallengerFest 9! DownForce Solutions will be ON SITE at CF9 with some of their products on display!
  4. Thanks to OST Dyno for sponsoring Track Prep again for ChallengerFest 9! Gonna make sure we get some awesome 60s! OST Dyno will be ON SITE with some of their high HP goodies!
  5. Congrats Mike, my Dad lasted about 3 weeks after retiring from MNPD, and has worked stocking shelves for Scott's Lawncare ever since
  6. Here's what it looks like for me....
  7. First post updated with event price information. Click the PayPal logo to be taken to the ChallengerFest page where pre-payment can be made and receive the discount for pre-payment.
  8. Happy New Year everybody!
  9. Typically these aftermarket fuel systems have a relay independent of the car's electrical system. I had two of them go bad. I installed the fuel system myself and had the relay mounted under the passenger seat close to the fuel hat. I bet it's either that or a fuse, but most likely the relay. I have a video on my youtube channel of the install that may help.
  10. Could be a collapsed lifter. Have a video on my youtube channel where I had that issue.
  11. Check fuel pump relay, specifically if you're running an aftermarket setup like Fore.
  12. I heard a rumor Orakge Krush will be there But Go Man Go is my race car now
  13. Cool, will be fun GG! We can both eat burritos as we blast down the track LMAO
  14. I'm proud to announce Laukemper Motors has partnered with Racing4Vets, the official ChallengerFest charity for the past several years, and we'll have a Dodge Demon FOR AUCTION at ChallengerFest 9 with anything over MSRP going 100% to Racing4Vets! Details can be found here:ChallengerFest 9 Dodge Demon AuctionThe car will be available for delivery at ChallengerFest 9 to the winning bidder (full payment required to take delivery).Bidding will open soon, and will require a Bank Letter stating the bidder is financially capable of meeting their bid in order for the bid to be valid. More details coming soon!
  15. When I had the installer come do Xpel clear protective film on the Hellcat, he highly recommended I consider a ceramic coating as well. Xpel thread/video here: I decided to have him come back out after several friends also recommended the ceramic and swear by its ability to make the car so much easier to clean up.It's impressive stuff for sure. The installer cleaned the car, did a quick paint correction to insure no swirls or imperfections were sealed in, and installed the ceramic. The car had a decent shine to it before, but it was crazy watching it buff to a very high gloss like a just waxed vehicle has. It's super slick to the touch and water just falls off. Went right over the stripes, Xpel PPF, and trim. I asked him the difference between the pro stuff and the consumer, and he said the consumer version is a heavily "watered down" product. The pro stuff can flash cure if it hits any water spots, and if you don't buff it properly will harden and leave marks that take a high level of polishing with a cutting compound to correct, and sometimes even wet sanding if bad enough and the companies producing it don't want the liability so to get the pro stuff you have to go through training and get accredited. Sounds reasonable to me, but just repeating what he told me. He did hit a small water spot by the back bumper where water hid under the panel lip. He did get out his polisher to correct it and reapply a bit of product.
  16. Picked up a 4" aluminum dampened drive shaft from DSS. Nice piece, easy install, fit like a glove. No noise or vibrations up to 150MPH.
  17. The shop is set to support a Bendpak 2 post lift. That's what I'll likely install when the need arises.
  18. I tried to buy a Demon DS. First of all they're crazy expensive, and second even with my contacts I wasn't able to purchase one without a Demon VIN. Just do the DSS Al, save a few bucks and have fun.
  19. These guys need to get on board with CF9.
  20. Thanks, yeah I edited out the wheel well detailing Dale LOL. Yep Alan, 10.50s bone stock with just the tires/wheels and a DSS drive shaft for safety. I was expecting 10.80s or maybe 10.70s so I'm thrilled. Conditions were good with about a +100 DA. One other thing is that my supercharger had to be replaced on the car due to the bearing issue that impacted quite a few HCs. They had a bad batch of bearings or something and the blower would start whining really bad. Mine started about 1700 miles and the dealer swapped it out for an updated supercharger P/N. It's possible the new bearings freed up a few horses. Car made 670RWHP on the dyno the next weekend after the track. Mike at OST thinks it'll get in the high 9s with just a tune!
  21. Yep forgot I had the Eibach kit on OK.
  22. No offense taken whatsoever, don't sweat that junk. I agree 100% that built cars have more character. No it's a good question not slinging mud. I was either lucky, or good, but I'll take lucky any day LOL. I had a DSS chromoly two piece drive shaft in OK. I came across one cheap, but raced the stock shaft for a long time. Wheel hop will kill parts, that is for sure. Anytime I even thought I had wheel hop I let off the gas immediately. I ended up making enough power that I just blew through it and only had to watch it on DRs at the strip, so I switched to slicks and never had another problem.
  23. You can log AFR at least on the Hellcat now. I do.
  24. Looks interesting http://www.diablosport.com/trinity-t2-performance-programmer/?utm_source=sf&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Trinity+2+Consumer+Blast&utm_content=Trinity+2+Consumer+Blast&utm_campaign=Trinity+2+Consumer+Blast#intro