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Amazing C7 Professionally Build Dragster

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  • Amazing C7 Professionally Build Dragster

    This is an amazing C7, both its looks and its capabilities!

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    Originally posted by CorvetteOnLine
    Small Tire Switch: Ken Quartuccio Jr. Set To Debut New C7 (By Brian Wagner)
    Outlaw 632 racer Ken Quartuccio Jr. set the performance standard in his immaculate 1969 Camaro for the class, and earned multiple event wins behind the wheel of his car. Intoxicated by the desire to go even faster, Quartuccio is moving up to the Radial vs The World and Outlaw 10.5 ranks with a beautiful C7 Corvette from Skinny Kid Race Cars. With initial testing done, Quartuccio is ready to see what the turbo life is all about with his slick new ride.

    Quartuccio, who owns a transportation company, has just always enjoyed anything mechanical. The self-described “traditional gear head” got his education in the classroom at a technical high school for all things automotive, but gut his racing education on the streets a youngster. Quartuccio has done more than just rip off low four-second passes in his Camaro, he’s made laps at a mecca of motorsports in Florida too.“I’ve been heads up racing the last 25 years. I had a chance to do road racing as well, and it’s exciting to run around Daytona at 200 mph, but I always come back to drag racing. I’d like to also point out to people that I’ve never bracket raced a day in my life and I never will,” Quartuccio says.

    You would think being so successful in the competitive Outlaw 632 ranks would be enough for Quartuccio, but he’s not wired to just do well at one thing. The thrill of trying something new and challenging attracted Quartuccio to try his hand at small tire racing. Donald Long’s Duck X Productions events at South Georgia Motorsports Park give Quartuccio the biggest stage in front of the most people to enjoy racing in an exciting fashion. Quartuccio plans to run his new Corvette in Outlaw 10.5 trim as much as possible since he can get plenty of racing in around the Northeast region of the United States.

    “I built the car around 10.5 rules with some influence from the Radial vs the World rules too, but my main focus will be running Outlaw 10.5. The goal is just to have fun racing this car. The Atomizer 10.5 series hits different tracks and I wanted to focus on races that were closer to home. We’ll definitely be running Radial vs The World and some NMCARadial Wars as well. Radial vs The World is the most exciting class out there and I love the feel of radials, so I want to be a part of that. We are focusing on Outlaw 10.5 because the only big Radial vs The World races are Duck’s, and I want to drive the car more than three times a year,” Quartuccio says.

    Being in the market for a top-shelf car, Quartuccio only had one shop on his list to call, Skinny Kid Race Cars. Keith Engling and the team at Skinny Kid were responsible for crafting Quartuccio’s Camaro, so it made sense to return to them for another piece of rolling art.

    “I have a close relationship with Skinny Kid’s Keith Engling – he’s the one who built my Camaro. I’ve always been a Chevy man, even when I did Trans Am racing, I was in a Camaro. Keith didn’t want to build another Camaro and I liked the aggressive look of a C7 so we went with that. It was also important to me that the car looked as close to how it came from the factory as possible,” Quartuccio explains.​​​​​​​
    To match the elegant looks of his new C7, Quartuccio decided he needed some brute force power. The most logical choice was a Proline Racing Stage 4 481X with all the bells and whistles.

    “We chose the 481X over the Hemi because I thought the long-term maintenance and reliability would be better for what we’re looking to do. I’ve raced nitrous my whole life, and my longtime friend of 20 years Jamie Miller wanted me to try something different. Jamie has been helping me for a while on the Camaro and this new car is just as much his baby as mine,” Quartuccio says.

    Continuing the trend of using high-end parts on this build, Quartuccio added an M&M Transmission two-speed transmission and lock-up torque converter to the driveline. The turbo system built by Skinny Kid uses a pair of Precision Turbo & Engine 88mm turbos, along with TiAL wastegates and blow off valves. Controlling all the car’s functions is a full FuelTech FT600 ECU system that was wired up by Johnathan Homier of Homier Fabrications.

    https://www.corvetteonline.com/news/...w-c7-corvette/
    GBA Black; HTO Twilight/Tension interior; Z51 & Mag Ride; E60 lift; 5VM visible carbon fiber package; 5ZZ high wing; FA5 interior vis CF; ZZ3 engine appearance; 3LT; Q8T Spectra Gray Tridents; J6N Edge Red Calipers; SNG Edge Red Hashmarks; VQK Splash Guards; RCC Edge Red engine cover; VJR illuminated sill plates. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 22 year members of National Corvette Museum. Home is the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

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    Amazing car.

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    • #3
      Wow I'd love to drive this machine.
      2017 TR GS 2LT

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      • #4
        Definitely something I'd like to try once in my lifetime ....
        A thought if I might ...

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