Which project is quicker down an 1/8th of a mile: Big Green Chevy K10 or Frank the Hummer (H2)? We did not want to wait any longer to find out.
Big Green is a 1985 Chevy K10 (half-ton 4×4) with a new Chevy Performance ZZ6 crate engine swap. This is a carbureted performance 350 cu-in V8 with a rating of 405 hp @ 5,600 rpm. We later added FiTech throttle-body fuel injection to it and a MagnaFlow exhaust system. Big Green keeps a stock 4-speed (with a granny low) manual transmission and a 3.73 rear axle ratio (with a tow package).
Frank the Hummer is a 2003 H2 that is basically all stock with the exception of a customized exhaust system. Power come courtesy of a 6.0L Vortec V8 that is rated at 316 hp and 360 lb-ft of torque. It’s backed up by a 4-speed automatic transmission. The H2 has a full-time 4×4 system and 4.10 axle gears.
Finally, a 2018 Toyota Sequoia TRD Sport came out to play with a 5.7L (350 cu-in) iForce V8 that is rated at 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. This big SUV is using a 6-speed automatic transmission to send power to a 4.30 rear axle ratio.
Join the fun in the video below.