Sit in the cockpit and feel the power of this insane alcohol-fueled 2500-hp monster

Thirty years in the making, Tinman II Kustoms brings us an insane 1963 Plymouth Valiant with a powerful 538 Hemi engine and super blower, running on alcohol!
The below video gives you a close-up look under the hood, under the body, and inside the car as the team takes it out for a road test. A force to be reckoned with, the Valiant produces 2,500 horsepower and is fitted with a limiter that cuts it at 200 mph, according to Muscle Car Zone.
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The inside of the amazing cockpit is a sight to behold, and you get a revealing look at the impact of the neck-snapping torque in the exciting ride-along footage. What was once a simple sedan has been transformed into a powerful street legal drag car. Check out this video and you’ll understand why the uploader dubbed it “15 minutes of car porn!”
The ‘63 Valiant featured in the video is an incredible example of pushing the limits of car crafting, tuning, and engineering. It’s not just a feat that car enthusiasts love for its power; it’s also a beautiful work of art. Inside and out, the designers clearly understand the drive for aesthetic appeal.
The owner's choice of powering the engine with alcohol has been popular in the racing circuit for a while, chosen above all else for safety reasons. Gas fires burn hotter and are more difficult to extinguish.
Alcohol also lends itself to greater power, compression, and cooling properties in the long run – making it a key piece in the winning formula behind this 2,500-hp street car.
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Check it out in the video below, and SHARE if you’re a fan of super-modified muscle cars!
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