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Fuelab Sponsorship

MoparStyle Racing is very pleased to announce that Fuelabs has selected our Texas Whale and Big Red Ram as two of the Nostalgia Super Stock Cars that they will sponsor their fuel systems on.

fuelab-siteFuelab is the fuel system of choice for NMCA champions Doug Duell and Andy Warren, and we’re very please to be able to have such high end equipment on our race cars. If you’ve been experiencing reliability problems with you current fuel pump, filter, or regulator; or it is getting a little long on the tooth — you owe it to yourself to check out the Fuelabs systems. They have a digital fuel pump for virtually every fuel and virtually every need.

TTI Enters Sponsorship Agreement with Big Red Ram

Sponsor Announcement – Public Release

Tube Technologies, Inc. – tti Exhaust & Headers

Quality Exhaust and Headers for MoPars

August 15, 2012

TTI and MoparStyle Racing have entered into a sponsorship agreement through December 2013.

TTI produces high quality exhaust systems and headers for Mopars, but more specific to Nostalgia Super Stock — the best headers for the Hemi; and both Low Deck and Raised Block Wedge Mopars running in that class of Drag Racing.

Many of the Mopar racers looking for more horsepower are running TTI. You can have your headers custom designed in different tube sizes, stepped from 2" to 2.125, stepped from 2.125" to 2.250"; and flanges for all common Mopar Heads — including the Indy 572 Heads. They can optionally cut down the flanges for easy installation and removal.

Both of MoparStyle Racing's Black 65 Coronet and the Big Red Ram are running 2.125" X 2.25" step headers (one flanged for the 440-1 heads and the other for the 572 heads) with cut down flanges. They are the easiest headers to get on and off the car in a hurry we've ever had, and there was a noticeable gain over the Hookers we previously had on the cars! The polished coating is the best we've ever seen on headers — and stays pretty for a long time. Stop by our pits and take a look at them.

If you race a Mopar big or small block; Hemi or Wedge — I urge you to speak directly with Sam Davis at TTI about getting the perfect headers for your situation. Tell him Dave sent you!

You will see the below lettering affixed to the Big Red Ram the next time you come to an NMCA race.

Texas Whale Sponsor Report

2012 Dave Duell Classic

MoparStyle Racing Sponsor Report

Dave Schultz – August 6, 2012

The Dave Duell Classic
The Best Nostalgia Super Stock Racing Event

Dallas, Chloe, and I left for Bowling Green on Tuesday night at 9PM, and got as far as the Wal-Mart in Marshall at 1AM. I picked up driving at 5AM, we arrived at the track Wednesday at 5PM, and began to set up our pits.

Thursday morning we swapped out the non-adjustable Competition front set of shocks on Big Red Ram for a new set of AFCOs, established credentials, and teched the cars in.

Thursday night with the cars put away safely for the night, Dallas went out and bought two cases of Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Beer (my favorite of the "Nectar of the Gods") for Father's Day and my Birthday. I pace myself with a one bottle a night policy.

Friday morning we had two time trial runs. It was so hot and muggy that no one could run their normal index. After the best of the two time trials had me at 9.81 — I went to the tower and changed my index to A/NSS — taking me out of the running for the Saturday FX race with a $1000 prize. Dallas had to change his from 9.50 (B/FX) to C/FX.

At 3PM, we had the first round of Qualifying. My weather station and Crew Chief software predicted that I'd run a 9.83 without weigh added, and a 9.94 with all of the weight I could legally add. So the plan was to go all out and then lift at the MPH cone. The plan worked as I hit a perfect 10.000.

As I was first (and ultimately the only) perfect ET on Qualifying — I was guaranteed the number one spot — and didn't need to run the other three qualifying passes. However, I was having trouble on the tree, so I used those passes to concentrate on that. Below is the final qualifying sheet of the 41 NSS racers. I was #1 and Dallas  was also on the top half of the ladder with #18 of 41.

Saturday was class eliminations. I went to the finals and treed my opponent Jeff Frees pretty well, but gave him too much stripe, so I was runner up for A/NSS. I'd won my class in three of the last four tries at the Dave Duell Classic (in three different Indexes – C/FX, C/NSS, and A/NSS – with three different cars) so I was pretty dejected. However, all was well again when Dallas won the FX Class and the $1000.

On the "Big Show" (all 41 cars in an index race) Dallas was eliminated in the first round in a close race. I earned the Bye, since there was an odd number of cars and I was the Top Qualifier. Below is the ladder after the first round.

Yes, it is true that I drew Jeff Frees again for the second round of the big show Sunday. Because of an impending storm, they called us to the line at 8:25AM Sunday – as soon as the Meat Wagon arrived. My computer predicted that I was going to run a 9.91 — 1/10 too fast. We staged and I had a perfect .000 light against Jeff's .060 light. I was way ahead of him and felt sure of a double-break out, so I slowed just a little and let Jeff take the stripe. Big mistake. I couldn't believe the time slip! When I got back to the trailer and entered the slip — and saw the weather had changed hard and fast when we were in the staging lanes — and the computer felt I was going to run a 10.02 at the exact moment we had out run. I'd have won if I would have run the car out. I was sick!

I was fifth in points and Dallas was 3rd prior to this race, and none of the other Top 5 progressed — and by my "Unofficial" calculations I'll move up to third and Dallas will drop to 4th in the standings with two races left — one being a double points.

It was a good day for the women winning Wallys. In addition to Erica Enders winning one in NHRA Pro Stock, and Courtney Force winning one in NHRA Funny Car — the winner of the NHRA/NMCA Dave Duell Classic was Rosie Kossuth. One of the nicest ladies you'll ever meet. Congratulations to Rosie in Lady Max.

Also Dave's favorite charity was Santa Clothes. Between the donations at the driver's dinner, and the NSS race the week before — NSS racers ponied up over $7000 for this great cause.

Mopar Platforms on MoparWiki

Mopar Body Platforms

If you would like to learn more about the various Mopar Platforms that Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, and Eagle cars were based on — then use the below links to navigate to the various Body topics on

The MoparWiki has the ultimate goal of being the best reference for all things Mopar. This is done through collaboration of all willing to help improve the topics by adding information they have and citing a reference. Your help is welcomed.

J/A Body on MoparWiki
P/L Body on MoparWiki
L-Body on MoparWiki
S-Body on MoparWiki

J-Body on MoparWiki
M-Body on MoparWiki
LH-Body on MoparWiki
G-Body on MoparWiki
R-Bodies on MoparWiki

D-Body on MoparWiki

LC-Body on MoparWiki
LX-Body on MoparWiki
K-Car on MoparWiki
F-Body on MoparWiki
E-Body on MoparWiki
A-Body on MoparWiki
B-Body on MoparWiki
Magnum on the MoparWiki
C-Body on MoparWiki
Aero Mopar on MoparWiki

Royal Purple to Provide Product to the Texas Whale

Royal Purple Continues DDS Sponsorship for 2012
DDS Enterprises, Inc., is please to announce that yesterday we signed an agreement with Royal Purple to provide product sponsorship for the Texas Whale and Big Red Ram for 2012. Royal Purple's Break in oil, synthetic motor oil, gear lube, and Purple Ice is used exclusively in the motors, cooling systems, and rear axle assemblies of our race car. We are very happy to have these products sponsored by the best in those categories.

NSS Racing Under the Lights

Brand New 2012 Wall Calendar 2012

Here are the low res photos of the his res pages. The printer does a full bleed — so not as much of the border will actually show on the pages. You can click the link in the above to see real low res photos. These are from high quality digital photos of over 4 MB each

Poster Drawing Style

and there is a version 2.0 for those who prefer the drawing look over photos