Unboxing Video: Cleetus McFarland is Adding a Complete NOS Nitrous System to "The Dale Truck"
Cleetus McFarland is at it again. The internet sensation, who has more than a million subscribers to a YouTube channel that has more than 100 million views, is adding nitrous to "The Dale Truck," the more-or-less NASCAR race truck he bought. Naturally, it's all NOS, and it'll give the naturally aspirated 427-powered machine, which has already run in the 10-second zone on the quarter-mile (with drag slicks) at least an extra 225 horsepower! It is evident to those who follow Cleetus' show that he is all about more horsepower all the time!
Follow along in Cleetus' latest vid as he and the gang tear into box after box of a huge assortment of NOS nitrous components (and some of the coolest old-school ball caps you'll ever see). It's all in there – twin 10-pound black nitrous bottles with gauges, four solenoids, braided lines for the distribution block, a super-handy nut-size/line-size combination wrench, multiple solenoid brackets, a purge kit, a solenoid driver, bottle brackets, a tubing bender for the hardline, some sweet billet handles, and even a bottle heater.
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