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Old 06-10-2019, 08:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Arrow 1600hp Pro Charged Gold Rush Rock Bouncer

Wanted to show off the build video of Turnkey build #2 out of the new shop.
We call it Gold Rush. It features a 565 cubic inch Big Block that is Pro Charged and running on Alcohol. It makes around 1600hp at the motor and features custom BKOR built Dana 80 axles. We built this rig as a full finished roller and the customer took it home to plumb and wire it before he brought it back for tuning.

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Old 06-10-2019, 09:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Cool build and HP numbers...

But definitely not a setup I'd want in anything offroad, much less a bouncer.
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Cool build and HP numbers...

But definitely not a setup I'd want in anything offroad, much less a bouncer.
It has actually done quite well. This engine is detuned as much as possible to be controllable. He has finished top 10 at most of the races this year in his rookie season. He also had never been an offroad before this but was a drag racer.

Here is it's first race and his second time ever driving a bouncer.
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Old 06-10-2019, 10:07 AM   #4 (permalink)
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TAKE THIS BEAST TO FLORIDA AND RUN AGAINST THE DIRTY MUDDER TRUCKER BOYS.

No seriously slap some cut and grooved tractor tires on this muther and lets see what that much power can do against other high power low IQ drivers/rigs. With that much powa it better have some kick. I can see it now "Bouncer beats trucks gone wild crew in there own back yard."

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That thing is bad ass. I have seen the big numbers thrown out on Bouncers before but they seemed like too much HP on the track. First video I seen of this thing I was surprised as it seemed controllable. Him being a drag racer that's dealt with big power before shows in the was he drives.
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That thing is bad ass. I have seen the big numbers thrown out on Bouncers before but they seemed like too much HP on the track. First video I seen of this thing I was surprised as it seemed controllable. Him being a drag racer that's dealt with big power before shows in the was he drives.
the rockbouncers on IG got so mad when i asked why every bouncers sounds like they are trying to keep their quadrajet cleaned out with the constant throttle burping.
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the rockbouncers on IG got so mad when i asked why every bouncers sounds like they are trying to keep their quadrajet cleaned out with the constant throttle burping.
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I don't have much time to watch videos or TV anymore but I've been making time to watch this one and your videos of it. Definitely impressive from both a build and a driver standpoint and also to see how far you personally have taken this over the years.

On the other hand, seeing what it takes to compete these days is so demotivating for us 99%-ers.
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just because im bored ... i stalked everyone posting and all i saw was jeep cherokees and toyotas in their profiles, so amusing
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I don't have much time to watch videos or TV anymore but I've been making time to watch this one and your videos of it. Definitely impressive from both a build and a driver standpoint and also to see how far you personally have taken this over the years.

On the other hand, seeing what it takes to compete these days is so demotivating for us 99%-ers.
Thanks man that means a lot.

We have a new one that we are finishing up with a LSX454 and big whipple on top that might just top it.
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just because im bored ... i stalked everyone posting and all i saw was jeep cherokees and toyotas in their profiles, so amusing
Pretty predictable comments from predictable people!
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be interesting to see if the twin filters running covers flow enough air. i have collapsed a few different brands of filters on a pro charged cammaro. once that blower gets going they need some major air quickly.
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be interesting to see if the twin filters running covers flow enough air. i have collapsed a few different brands of filters on a pro charged cammaro. once that blower gets going they need some major air quickly.
So far so good, they were two of the biggest filters we could find.
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that thing is cool as shit! badass!
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So far so good, they were two of the biggest filters we could find.
The brake master cylinder relocation is something I've not seen before. Now that it's had a few months use, how's that holding up?
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The brake master cylinder relocation is something I've not seen before. Now that it's had a few months use, how's that holding up?
No problems at all. We had to do a lot of things like that to keep the Big Block and Procharger as far back in the chassis to keep the weight balance 50/50 but it was worth it.
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the rockbouncers on IG got so mad when i asked why every bouncers sounds like they are trying to keep their quadrajet cleaned out with the constant throttle burping.
Harleys of the forest
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Harley's make lots of noise and no HP so Toyota's are pretty much the Harley's of the forest.
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Harley's make lots of noise and no HP so Toyota's are pretty much the Harley's of the forest.
You lost me on this one....
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Mini truck, dual cases, 5,29s, on the rev limiter, has 13 shift levers and 72 forward gears yet cant shift cause it will fall on its face. All of this happening yet you can still read "max pressure 45psi" in the sidewall as they go by cause their tire speed doesn't seem to have any correlation to their RPM.


Making no power but tons of noise. Just like a Harley.
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No problems at all. We had to do a lot of things like that to keep the Big Block and Procharger as far back in the chassis to keep the weight balance 50/50 but it was worth it.
It looks like it's set up with a push cable, not pulling, correct ?
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Says the 200:1 guy

Harley's make lots of noise and no HP so Toyota's are pretty much the Harley's of the forest.
my buddies wife insists on double low first gear for every obstacle, SO ANNOYING
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Mini truck, dual cases, 5,29s, on the rev limiter, has 13 shift levers and 72 forward gears yet cant shift cause it will fall on its face. All of this happening yet you can still read "max pressure 45psi" in the sidewall as they go by cause their tire speed doesn't seem to have any correlation to their RPM.


Making no power but tons of noise. Just like a Harley.
See I was going the other way with my analogy where rock bouncers are blipping throttles constantly in camp and on the trail, conveniently when people are around to look at them, just like dbag harleys owners at a stoplight.

Still don't know how a Toyota with 75hp idling makes a ton of noise. If you are full throttle in double low, you are a dumbass who cant drive.
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See I was going the other way with my analogy where rock bouncers are blipping throttles constantly in camp and on the trail, conveniently when people are around to look at them, just like dbag harleys owners at a stoplight.

Still don't know how a Toyota with 75hp idling makes a ton of noise. If you are full throttle in double low, you are a dumbass who cant drive.
i think he is saying mouth breathers are all dumb no matter what vehicle they choose to use
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