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Turbo, Nitrous, Supercharged Expert Competition Drag Racing Engine Builders
Thanks to our Dedicated and Successful customers DRE / DiSomma Racing Engines has moved to a new larger location as we continue to finish off our shop upgrades where we can handle the work load and do more in house machining and fabricating. Also we've added a Supreflow Engine Dyno, Full head service w/Serdi head machine and more to come.
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1522 Sage St.
South Plainfield, NJ 07080.
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Anthony DiSomma Takes The Win at PDRA Rockingham 2015, Resets MPH, Qualifies Number 1
Driving his twin-turbocharged '67 Shelby Mustang, New Jersey's Anthony Disomma finished on top of the Precision Turbo Pro Boost qualifying list with a run of 3.80 seconds at 210.24 mph.
He then went a little quicker in the first round of racing to beat Jim Bell with a 3.79 resetting the MPH record 213.33 mph, though he would have to back it up within one percent to make it the official top speed.
In round two Disomma slowed to 3.82 at 202.09, but it still was enough to beat Tylor Miller and his supercharged '69 Chevelle before round three saw him go 3.81 at 211.13 to beat a traction-challenged Rick Fleck in his '41 Willys.
The final was a match-up of twin-turbo'd '67 Mustangs as Kevin Fiscus' similar ride started from the third slot on the qualifying list and made it past the cars of Doug Winters, Jeremy Ray and John Strickland in the semis. A month earlier in Texas, Fiscus defeated Strickland in the Pro Boost final of the PDRA's 2015 season opener.
This time, a .021 advantage off the starting line determined the outcome as Disomma's 3.856 at 211.30 beat the 3.851 at 205.63 put together by Fiscus.
It came at a cost, though, as a backfire right at the finish line blew the intake sky high off the top of Disomma's 528-cubic-inch engine. The good news was his final-round speed officially secured the record for Disomma.
"I just saw a big flash but I didn't know what happened. I saw something pop out of the hood and now part of the hood's gone," he said. "We made good progression each pass. My guys worked hard and it paid off today."
I just want to thank Everyone: Saud AlZabin (DDR) for For the opportunity to run a competitive PRO MOD, And for the awesome Tuning, The best working CREW- Jeff, Ahmed, Jimmy J and Joe for chassis tips.
The sponsors: Atomizer Fuel systems, Big Stuff 3, Davis Technologies, Diamond Pistons, Trend, GRP rods, Total seal rings, Moroso, DiSomma Racing Engines. The PDRA owners / staff for a great place to race, To our Families, for letting us spend time away and the all late nights, And everyone cheering for us.
Bruder Brothers Set the X275 World Record at MIR!
Bruder Brothers Set the World Record in X275 Running back to back 4.48s at Maryland International Raceway with DiSomma Racing Engines Power!
Anthony DiSomma Dominates PDRA Pro Boost Finale With Davis Profiler
New Jersey's Anthony DiSomma was the only driver able to pull off the double at VMP and head home with both the Dragstock and Championship Finals trophies.
After qualifying number one over 30 entries in Virginia for the 16-car Precision Turbo Pro Boost field with a 3.855 at a new official record 208.20 mph, DiSomma won the Rockingham portion of the weekend in a weird final against Larry Higgenbotham.
With both cars poised to launch, both left the line prior to the starting tree being activated. As announced by PDRA interviewer Brian Olson over the live online feed from the track, with no times or speeds recorded or posted to the track’s scoreboards the two drivers agreed to a rerun the next morning. However, upon official review later that evening by PDRA officials, it was determined Higgenbotham's ’57 Chevy left first, thus disqualifying him first and automatically awarding the race title to DiSomma - no rerun required.
In Monday's eliminations, DiSomma beat David Monday, Tommy D’Aprile (no show) and Kevin Rivenbark before facing off against newly crowned class champion Todd Tutterow in the final round. DiSomma's win in the semis actually decided the PDRA Pro Boost championship as the closest challenger for the title to points leader Tutterow was his teammate, Rivenbark.
DiSomma left with a .057 light in the final and needed almost every bit of the .014 holeshot it gave him as his twin-turbocharged '67 Mustang ran 3.824 at 207.46 mph to beat the quicker 3.819 at 195.36 by Tutterow in his roots-blown '69 Camaro by just nine-thousandths of a second.
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Our website will feature all types of engine services and needs for your racing application:
Our Racing Engine Building Services Range From:
- Nitrous Injection
- Naturally Aspirated
Engines Built For A Specific Drag Racing Class:
- Pro Modified NHRA / Outlaw
- Outlaw 10.5
- Heavy Street
- Outlaw Drag Radial
- X275 Drag Radial
- Hi Performance Index Racing and more:
Engine Dyno And Tuning Services
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