Recent Dyno Test Proves to be Very Informative for Pavement Super Late Model Racing
Engines Taken at Snowball Derby Tested for Continued Equality
United Super Late Model Rules Alliance PR

The United Super Late Model Rules Alliance took another step towards parity last week, with an extensive round of engine Dyno testing.  The effort was headed up by well-known southern short track Technical Inspector Ricky Brooks, with assistance from CRA Chief Technical Inspector Eddie Chew.  Six engines were impounded immediately following the 44th Annual Snowball Derby on December 4th, and delivered by Brooks to the shops of RW Racing Engines in Kodiak, Tennessee.  RW’s owner Robbie White led the Dyno test.  Well known Engine Builder Jeff Hamner was also in attendance.  Snowball Winner Chase Elliott’s was among those tested, along with the motors from Augie Grill, Bubba Pollard, Mike Garvey, Grant Enfinger, and Josh Hamner.  The engines represented each package allowed under current USRA rules. 

The data acquired in the recent Dyno tests supported the current specifications allowed, with the only minor adjustments being made to the Florida Spec Engine, which was in Garvey’s car.  Also tested was a combination that could eventually replace the current Steel Head Engines; a move that could drastically reduce Engine costs. This new package that was tested would still be open to any builder.  Brooks and the Alliance would like to thank all the Teams for participating in this test, and a special thanks to Robbie White for making his shop and Dyno available.