As owner/driver of the “Fastest Police Car in
the United States”,
I take great pride in choosing the correct components for my car. I have a 1988
Mazda RX-7 GTU with a small block 350 cubic inch Demon carbureted Chevrolet
engine that produces 650 plus horsepower. I use the car is used as a show
vehicle, a racing vehicle, and an educational vehicle for youths, and as a tool
to teach track racing as an alternative to illegal street racing.
My engine builder, Dennis, and I know that speed is
dependent on fine balance, tuning, and maintenance. That is the reason that we
use MagDog as an integral component of our maintenance and optimal performance
program as we compete at Bonneville, El Mirage, and other racing venues. I have
complete confidence that the MagDog filtration system is doing exactly what it
is designed to do.
At Bonneville Speed Week this year we took the car with
only thirty minutes on the motor. The first run at Bonneville was over 160 mile
per hour! We ended up making a dozen runs tuning the engine and mainly the
suspension. I took the car to three quarters throttle to over 165 miles per
hour! Another crew member. Steve, ran his rookie run at 131 miles per
hour to qualify him for Category “D” speed license. The car ran flawlessly. We
hope to take the car past 200 mph once it is broken in.
Thanks again for designing and building a great product
Royce Branch, Redondo
Beach Police Department, rbpdinpursuit.com