Roberts GMC Syclone is the world's fastest still all wheel drive. There are some faster rear wheel drive trucks, but at that point, they little resemble a V-6, all wheel drive Syclone. Glad to see him still running, and building.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Saturday, October 20, 2012
SpeedHunters just posted an article on Adam's Syborg GMC Syclone. This Syclone has lots of unique features that allow Adam to use the truck for a ton of automotive events. Everything from Autocross to the Mohave Mile.
The truck is still powered by a turbocharged V6, but instead of the factory 4.3 Adam is running a 283 cubic inch aluminum “Bowtie” V6 from GM Performance. The motor work also includes a custom sheetmetal intake manifold, a Canton Racing Accusump system, and Big Stuff 3 engine management.SpeedHunters for the full article and pictures.
Friday, October 12, 2012
Everyone needs an eight second quarter mile car/truck/suv in their life. This GMC Syclone that has been converted to rear wheel drive is offered for sale on eBay, just three days left. With nearly 1300 rear wheel horsepower it has run as fast as 8.45@166 mph. V6 - Bowtie 262. If its something you need, check out the eBay link below.
|Bed mounted turbocharger and intercooler|
OVER $80,000 INVESTED
AS OF 7/25/2012 THIS TRUCK MADE 1273 HP AND RAN 8.45 AT 166 MPH AT ATCO RACEWAY IN 97 DEGREE WEATHER...SURE TO GO FASTER IN THE FALL...
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Saturday, February 18, 2012
|Jamie Hackings GMC Syclone|
Its not all wheel drive anymore, but it still runs a V6. From what I can gather, its a Bowtie block, large 88 mm turbo, and runs in the 275x tire class. Its nasty fast with a 7.59@185 mph 1/4 mile pass.
Jamie Hacking's Syclone runs a new personal best at the 2011 World Cup, ends up having a problem in Eliminations and has to hit the brakes.
X275, Harrell Engine & Dyno.
-Congrats to Jamie on a new best and an amazing truck, we got to take a look up close and personal at the truck and it is super clean. Jamie was also a nice guy and took a few minutes to talk to us, especially the trucks biggest fan, seen in the pictures.
November 5-6, 2011 at Maryland International Raceway in Budd's Creek, MD.
16th Annual U.S. Army World Cup Finals: Import vs. Domestic.