Bullrun Update: Haller And Ward Need Chicagoland Speed Shop Help

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If anyone out there's got a speed shop in Chicago, or has a buddy who does, Haller and Ward need your help as of right now. They're headed into the City of Big Shoulders with the Stude on Rawlings' trailer, and Kevin thinks he knows what the problem is — the lifters in the Chevy small block are toast. They need to buy a set of solid roller lifters (aka cam followers), (preferably Crower, but brand isn't necessarily important), possibly a set of pushrods, and an intake gasket. If you can help, e-mail davey@jalopnik.com and we'll pass your info on to Kevin Ward.


From Scotto: "We're still in Michigan. We just saw two cars on the side of the road. The Matador Brothers in a Lambo just got pulled over. There's a yellow Murcielago, I think it's #37. They've been pulled over like four times." According to Alex Roy, the Matador boys were nailed for 10 over. Now, anyone who's ever driven in Michigan knows that people regularly drive 20 over the limit on ice, so the MSP is obviously enjoying screwing with the Bullrunners.

Rob Ferretti just got busted twice in ten minutes for 85 in a 70 in the SuperSpeeders Ford GT; at this point, it seems like the MSP is nailing anyone doing more than 70. They've got static radar towers that they're using to vector squad cars toward the participants.

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