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Making Doorslammer History at SCSN St Louis

The PSCA's Street Car Super Nationals in St Louis showcased one of the greatest matchups in doorslammer history! Frankie "The Mad Man" Taylor vs Turky "aka Scarface" of the Q80 Racing Team. Whether you're a fan of turbos cars or blower cars, at the end of this race you had a great deal of respect for both! 

Taylor started the party by running 5.55@260mph, Turky came back with a 5.53@270mph, Taylor followed with a 5.52@251mph! The Q80 Racing Team's crew made a few changes which sent their driver to a blistering 5.47@272mph! The final round of Outlaw Pro Mod put the two quickest doorslammers in the world head-to-head to see who would rise to the challenge and take the title of #1 in 1/4 mile doorslammer drag racing! As the light dropped, Turky had a slight advantage, but The Mad Man quickly got out in front. At about 1100 ft, Turky made his move past Taylor for the win. Final ET's were Taylor 5.47@263mph to Turky's 5.46@272mph!

All of us at Proline Racing will remember this race for years to come! It will stand out as one of those races that sets the bar for performances in the future. The lucky fans who made their way out to Gateway Motorsports Park surely got their money's worth!

We'd like to send a huge thank you to Sheik Duaij for giving us the opportunity to show the world what these turbocharged combinations are capable of! Congrats to the Q80 Racing Team: Turky, Adnon, Mohammed, Jassim, Steve, Brandon, and Pedro!

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DeWayne Mills Wins Big in Tulsa, Breaks Record

DeWayne "Big Daddy" Mills made a statement at the Throwdown in T'Town, a huge Drag Radial race at Tulsa Raceway! Mills with the help of his awesome crew was able to reclaim his title as the Quickest Man on Radials by going 4.08@194mph!

Mills is the driver of the Golden Gorilla Camaro which is powered by a PLR 481X and twin Precision turbochargers. Along with the E.T. record, Mills was unstoppable throughout eliminations. He brought home the win in the Radial vs. the World class!

At this point in the season, there are a bunch of exciting races coming soon and we look forward to seeing how the race to the 3.90's will play out! Congrats to DeWayne, Tim, Tara, Kallee, Jamie Miller and anyone else involved on this huge achievement!
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Keith Berry Wins NMCA Radial Wars Joliet

The NMRA/NMCA Superbowl in Joliet was full of excitement despite the wet conditions, and the NMCA Radial Wars class continued it's success!

Keith Berry brought home his second Wally at this race! He won on a holeshot against Mark Woodruff in a battle of Proline-powered Corvettes! Berry ran a string of low 4.30's to mid 4.20's on his way to victory.

Woodruff reset the Radial Wars ET record with a 4.16@188mph! He ran consistent 4.teens throughout the heat of the weekend.

With 3 NMCA Radial Wars events completed, we saw an all-Proline final at all 3 events! We are thrilled to see our customers having this level of success and can't wait to see how this season unfolds!

Photo thanks to Emilee's Race For A Cure FB Page

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Troy Coughlin Wins Big in Norwalk

NORWALK, Ohio (July 6) – driver Troy Coughlin capped off a stellar weekend for the famed Coughlin family with a thrilling victory in the NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series event Sunday presented by Mid Atlantic Energy Service.

Coughlin's win, his first of the season, came not long after brother Mike won in Top Sportsman.

"Any time one of us wins, it is sweet," Coughlin said. "I was standing down at the finish line when Mikey's win light came on. I'm like, 'Wow!' I was jumping up and down ecstatic. I couldn't wait to get up here and have our crack at it, too."

Troy Coughlin earned the victory with a holeshot over Von Smith in the final round. Coughlin ripped off a .018-second reaction time, getting a .107-second advantage on the starting line.

Coughlin's pass of 5.940 seconds at 250.92 mph was then more than enough to hold off Smith's run of 5.920 at 243.99 mph

"Von is fast," Coughlin said. "He was faster than us and was driving a little bit better, so we knew we had to dig deep and get it tuned up a little bit. The track looked like it was going to take it. I was backing up from the burnout, and I said, 'Let's try and leave with him because I know we can run with him.'

"When I put it in the second stage light, it was a little deep into it, so it probably killed another three-hundredths. But we had a good hot rod today, no doubt."

Coughlin, the No. 6 qualifier, earned a holeshot win over Eric Latino in the first round Saturday before taking out Mike Janis in the second round Sunday. Coughlin's run of 5.950 at 249.63 mph easily out-distanced Janis' slowing pass of 6.599 seconds at 167.84 mph.

That put him up against Rickie Smith in the semifinals in a matchup of the two most recent Pro Mod champs. Coughlin left first again, with a .045 light, and he outran Smith with a lap of 5.940 at 250.32 mph, beating Smith's 5.946-second run at 245.94 mph.

Smith had lane choice in the final, Coughlin and his team, led by crew chief Steve Petty, were up to the task.

"Steve has done an awesome job on this thing all weekend," Coughlin said. "He's been keeping it consistent, keeping it fast, keeping it from having problems. He and Brian (Metzenhiem) and Kyle (Pettis) and Mike (Rees) were perfect. It was just a perfect weekend for us."

And it came in his home state of Ohio, not far from JEGS headquarters in Delaware, Ohio.

"We've got a ton of people up here from, and a lot of friends," Coughlin said. "My wife Julie's family is from Cleveland. It'll be a big party tonight. Doubling up with Mike, wow, what a weekend."

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Updates from ATCO, NMCA West, and PSCA

If you attended or tuned into a drag race last weekend you probably saw a Proline powered car in the finals!

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Joe Copson's PLR-powered Outlaw 10.5 Camaro has been running near the top of the pack all year. With the help of his driver, TJ Kasper, Copson's car qualified at #2 and made it all the way to finals to face Steve Woolley, another PLR engine customer. In the finals, Kasper went 4.23@194mph to Woolley's 4.28@182mph to take the win! What an exciting win for Copson and crew!

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On the other side of the country, Andrew Berry and crew made it to the finals in Pro Mod action.

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Mike Keenan brought home a big win in XDR/TTF at Bandimere Dragway! His new 2002 Camaro is powered by the tried and true PLR 481X. He qualified #1 and made to the finals where he went 4.67@169.89mph to take the victory!

Photos thanks to: ATCO Dragway, NMCADigital, and PSCA's Facebook
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Steve Gorman Wins at Cecil County

After a dominant performance at MIR Door Wars, Steve Gorman and his PLR 481X-powered Mustang went to Cecil County Dragway for a little Outlaw 10.5 action!

Gorman and crew worked hard to edge out the competition throughout eliminations. In round 2, he ran a 4.17@194mph against Mo Hall who ran a 4.19@174mph! He made to the finals where he faced TJ Kasper, driving the in Joe Copson owned PLR-powered Camaro! Both cars had trouble getting traction off the line, but Gorman was able to get back in it and take the win! That makes his win record 2-0 so far this year!

Congrats to Steve and his awesome crew!

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DeWayne Mills Wins NMCA St Louis

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The new NMCA Radial Wars class has given some our our customers a new venue to race their cars and bring home the wins!

Oklahoma racer, DeWayne Mills, brought home a hard fought victory at the NMCA St Louis race. He qualified #2 with a 4.25@172, between #1 Mark Woodruff and #3 Keith Berry.

In eliminations, Mills bettered his previous run each time he made a pass. Here is a breakdown:

Round E.T. MPH
1  4.44 157.67 
 4.35 189.04 
 4.23 202.24 
Final   4.17 194.91 

We are so happy to see Mills and crew in the winners circle and we're sure we'll see them there again! Also, 202 miles per hour is just awesome!

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Paul Mouhayet Takes Win in Sydney

Paul Mouhayet, driver of the Moits Racing Outlaw 10.5 Mustang, had quite an outing at APSA Round 2 in Sydney, Australia. Mouhayet and his PLR 481X-powered Mustang on 10.5 tires have become well known for impressive 1/4 mile performances and high mph passes. 

During qualifying, he was able to hold the #1 spot with a 6.38@243mph. Mouhayet and crew struggled to lay down a fast time in the first 2 rounds of eliminations, but they continued to edge of the competition. In the semifinals, they had it all figured out! He went 6.08@244mph, which would stand as the low E.T. and high mph for the class! In the finals, Mouhayet went 6.08@243mph to take the win!

Big congrats to Moits Racing, Paul Mouhayet, CV Performance, GD Racecars, and all involved! We are trilled to be a part of your team and can't wait to see the new car in action!

Photo thanks to Steve Thomas Photography
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Andrew Berry Wins NMCA Pomona

One of our newest customers on the West Coast, Andrew Berry, got a taste of victory at the 3rd Annual Nitto Tire NMCA West Street Car Nationals in Pomona, California! His new PLR 481X-powered Pro Mod Camaro was running like a bracket car from the second this event started. Berry managed to string together a consistant group of runs  Q1 - 6.14, Q2 - 6.15, Q3 - 6.15, E1 6.15, E2 - 6.12, E3 - 6.20, Final - 6.13 with a holeshot! With a performance like this, it is no wonder that he brought home the win!

It was great seeing Berry and his family at the track and we can't wait to see them racing again. Congrats to Andrew and the whole Berry Racing crew!

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Coughlin Aims for Atlanta Turnaround

ATLANTA (May 13) -- The NHRA Pro Mod Series returns to action this weekend at Atlanta Dragway and although it's just the third race of the year for the ultra-popular, high-horsepower category, 2012 series champion Troy Coughlin says it's time for his race team to pick up the pace.

"We need to get off our butts," Coughlin said. "There's still lots of racing to do but we only have 10 national events in this series so everyone that passes by represents 10-percent of our season. There's not a lot of room for error and we're going to need to pick up the pace if we want to contend for this year's title."

Coughlin, who followed up his championship with a second-place finish in 2013, currently is tied for eighth in the world rankings. He's won just a single elimination round in the season's first two races, lighting a fire under his pedigreed squad.

"Steve (Petty, crew chief) and the guys are as anxious as I am to turn on some win lights," Coughlin said. "We all know what to do. This group has plenty of experience and we know what it takes to get us back in the mix. The good thing is that Pro Mod is so unpredictable that anyone can turn it on at any time and shake things up.

"We spent last weekend at a PDRA (sanctioned) drag race and made a bunch of passes. We tested for a day and then ran the race itself so Steve was able to try lots of things. The category we run over there actually allows their cars to be 75 pounds lighter with no boost control but Steve decided to keep our Corvette in full NHRA trim so we could gain as much data as possible for this weekend's race in Atlanta."

The time in Valdosta, Ga., was well spent as Petty had a chance to improve on his tune-up each time Coughlin went down the strip. Even running under NHRA guidelines, Coughlin successfully qualified and raced to the quarterfinals before bowing out.

Racing in the Peach State also prepared the team for the conditions they will likely face this weekend in Commerce.

"We're trying to be more competitive and after three days in Valdosta, I definitely think we will be," Coughlin said. "If the weather holds up like the weatherman says it will, then we'll all see some great racing. It's supposed to be highs in the mid-70s with some cloud cover and that's a recipe for going fast.

"We need to get this car moving early and having a cooler track will probably help us. I know once we get the early portion of the run under control the back-end speed and ET will be there."

Pro Mod qualifying sessions are scheduled for 3:45 and 6 p.m., Friday, and noon, Saturday. Round 1 of eliminations begin at 2:45 p.m., Saturday, and will resume at 12:45 p.m., Sunday.

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