Centerline, MI -- After two national elapsed time records and three very successful years of contending at the top of the NSCA's Super Modified eliminator, Ted & Tim Pelech along with Crew Chief Jeff Prock of Applied Nitrous Technology are plotting their competitive return to Super Street.
Remaining true to their nitrous roots, the Pelech Bros. were re-attracted to Super Street by the prospect of racing their Camaro at the ultra-light 2600 pound base weight for the small cubic inch nitrous-oxide injected combinations. On paper the performance calculations look promising but Tim Pelech sees it a little differently. "We don’t race paper or calculators," Tim commented. "The time slip and the win light will tell us everything we need to know."
The light weight conversion is already well under way along with induction package enhancements by Walled Lake, Michigan’s ET Performance and the implementation of the latest in nitrous piston design from Diamond Pistons. Rearward of the engine, Hutch’s Transmission Service of London, Ontario is re-optimizing the drive-line of the light-weight projectile.
Pelech Bros. Racing would also like to thank Centerline Cartage, SpeedPro Rings & Bearings, AP Engineering, Royal Purple Synthetic Oil, FelPro Gaskets, Hoosier Racing Tires, F.A.S.T., Victory1 Valves, GRP Connecting Rods, and MSD Ignition for their continued support during the transition.
Ted had these comments, "Our approach is somewhat unique in the fact that this is an untried combination in Super Street so there’s a lot of work still to be done. Sure… It has taken quite a bit of time, effort, and money for what is basically a gamble but we’re ready to give it a shot."
Pelech Bros. Racing may be ready for Super Street but the real question is; Is Super Street ready for them?
For more information on what’s happening at Pelech Bros. Racing, be sure to visit them at http://www.PelechBrosRacing.com.