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Jeff Hammond shows us exactly what's under the hood of a stock car.
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Hi this is Geoff and NASCAR on fox and this week's what I'll watch well what I talked about if it needs apartment itself what -- the -- cut -- -- for real quick. You look here this is the radio that we've run and our cut -- car and a lot of the -- run really big not what like you used to say when you lift I don't your car. This is where that all -- to see it's see it's not like out of the open but also you'll see whether the open goes back into the radiator. That's the Cubs got up he keeps things in there keep Bolton today as a car. Looked over the overall he's a lot of things are very similar we got I -- else is like he didn't have altered later that power stared ultimately passed in reservoir over here. Here's where the distributors -- all of -- the forty. Underneath this air -- Or barrel carburetor -- next year 2012 blown fuel injection right now which can run L fashion carburetor while the carburetor. Any town would go to Daytona tell like we bring out the dreaded restricted flight. What -- is that this -- got to air flow and it counts they're the carburetor in the agent. Is that restricted we're talking about almost 900 horsepower. You put this all he gets batted point 43450. Horsepower to you can imagine how fast his car right it was unrestricted. We can do we really wanted -- around that -- talent that all other racetracks. But let's now lot of power a lot of toward these guys worked extremely hard and -- to the back of today's practice site -- I -- horsepower a lot of sort. This at our nannies -- well when it's run its upstate top college about a 100000 dollars.