Mike Swartz's Dodge D50 Drift Truck
Years 1992
Curb Weight 2,840 Lbs.
Drivetrain Front / Rear
Engine 2.0L Turbocharged i 4 (93 Unleaded)
Performance 1/4mile: 13.200 @ 110.000 mph (177.1kph)

Engine

4G63 (6 bolt) engine swap
T3/T4 ball bearing turbo
Custom built stainless steel exhaust manifold
Custom built intake manifold
3" Stainless downpipe
46mm wastegate
18" x 10" intercooler
2.5" ic pipes
Greddy BOV
Removed Balance Shafts
External Oil Cooler
Green Air Filter
MAF Translator
3.5" GM MAF Sensor
780cc injectors
Tuned By John Kerr www.J-K-Tuning.com
3" exhaust
255 LPH High Flow in-tank fuel pump

Brakes

New OEM rotors, calipers, and master cylinder
Ceramic pads
Custom made lenghtened SS braided hoses (front)
Hydraulic hand brake (E-brake)

Driveline

83-89 D50/ Ram50 5 speed tranny
Lightweight Talon Flywheel (customized to work w/ RWD trans)
Custom 6 puck clutch disc
HD pressue plate
89 Dodge Raider rear axle w/ factory LSD

Interior

Roll Cage
Race Seats
5 point harness
30lb boost gauge
Modified factory gauge cluster
Tunnel-mounted Fire Extinguisher
Tunnel-mounted hand brake lever

Steering

Electric Power Steering AKA Electric-Hydraulic Power Steering
Lenghtened arms for Increased Steering Angle
All new OEM tie rods and ball joints

Suspension

3" dropped coil springs, 2" dropped spindles, and 3/4 ton truck shocks (front)
3" custom lowering blocks, 2" dropped mono leafs, C-notch, gas shocks (rear)
1" sway bars (front and rear)
Poly Urathane A-arm bushings

Exterior

Reflective Construction sign Orange vinyl wrap
Custom made cowl induction hood
17" wheels 225/45/17 (front) 235/45/17 (rear)
4" Smoke Stacks w/ glass pack mufflers
Throw-away chin spoiler
Lexan back window

Source: The Drifttruck.com

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