Slick and Ace

who me

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Ed from CFP had posted that Slick and Ace would be debuting this past weekend in Cheyenne. Anyone get any pics? Have been waiting to see the finished product.
 

who me

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Did you get a chance to go Jim? Just wondering how he did for his first time out. Is a great design to go with should work well for him.
 

Jus Show N Off

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Looks like the chassis is based around a small block, interesting. We all can see it's running one currently, but to me, I don't think the primaries would clear the chassis tubing.

I'm totally a small block fan, perhaps a heavily worked mouse with big cubes and solid blower set-up could be competitive on a light truck. Very cool indeed.

Does anybody know what body style it will run yet?
 

Jus Show N Off

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That's better, big block grunt. I'm not very familiar with Mopar stuff, at least not to identify via photo from these angles. (as clearly evidenced)
 

Tad

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The easy tell is wires going to the front and distributor off to the passenger side of engine. They are often quickly called a sbc because of the pipes.
 

MTRATTK

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Yeah going to be a totally Mopar monster truck. Not built Ford tough with Chevy stuff. All you needed to do is follow the build on here. and you'd know everything.
 
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EdCFP

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The truck was on it's maiden voyage with things like a sway bar added the afternoon of the show - they had been working long hard hours to get this truck done.
He came out and hit the cars and on the second hit it ripped both front knuckles apart - I hear that Larry Quick is getting him set up with some of his type. The Chassis looks like whoever built it did a great job.
Our plan is for you to see it at some CFP events this winter. Really like the teams attitude.
Ed Beckley
Checkered Flag Productions
 
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