One division in the NHRDA series of races is Super Street. This class contains some of the fastest diesel trucks that still manifest street truck characteristics, but are in the 9-10 second range down the 1/4 mile. Big boost, nasty AWD launches and black skies are what Super Street is all about.
Some of the requirements in Super Street are as follows:
4/10ths Pro Tree
2wd Minimum weight: 5,000 lbs (w/ Driver) +/- 1%, slick tires permitted
4wd Minimum weight: 6,000 lbs (w/ Driver)+/- 1%, DOT approved tires required
Tube chassis, back halved, 4-link, 3-link style rear suspension prohibited
Must have OEM style transmission
NHRA and/or IHRA approved roll bar and SFI 45.1 roll cage padding required if running 11.49 or quicker
Other supporting safety mechanisms if surpassing the 10.99 or 9.99 second thresholds, respectively.
NHRDA World Finals in Ennis, TX - 10/4/14
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Wow, these guys do some awesome work but you can tell there's still a lot of work to be done, Super Street diesels aren't exactly consistent!
I'm surprised that there's no Fords, I thought that was a stout motor.
+Dan Hondo LOL.... NO, NO, NO.... I've owned 4 powerstrokes over the past 11 years but JUST started learning the benefits of Cummins in the last 6 months when I met a friend who owns two of them after being burned by Ford. We compared apples to apples for months between Cummins and Powerstroke and I've gotten shot down in almost every category! Cummins usually WINS in most competitions... that's why my next truck will be a RAM with a Cummins! They just go and go and go!!!
Ford does make a stout motor with the 6.7 but CUMMINS goes a bit beyond stout! I just spent the last 6 months learning the benefits of Cummins vs Power Stroke. I've owned 4 F350 Powerstrokes in the past 11 years but knowing what I know now about RAM and Cummins, there won't be a 5th!
+Landon Goff ya know stock for stock with a magic package 6.4s are the fastest diesels and everbody thought they was the biggest mistake for ever made when they came out... they were just misunderstood
these guys are faster than bank's trucks. show me a full sized bank's truck run 10's, let alone 9's. they are great for turn track racing, but these guys got him beat. and the leaner the meaner isn't always the case. these guys need that fuel for drive pressure as well. you notice not 1 of them ran smokeless. and just so you know I'm not bashing.