Nitrous Automatic Breaks 5 Seconds

Oct 24, 2011

The 5-second barrier that stood all season long in the NMCA Pro Street class finally was broken at the NMCA World Street Finals in Indianapolis.

ATI’s Chris Rini put down a 5.988 ET at 236.4 mph to become the first person in any NMCA Class to break into the fives, according to a press release.

The run turned out to be the fastest pass of the day and put Rini #1 in qualifying. He runs an ATI Superglide 4 and an ATI Outlaw Converter, making his ’69 Bickel Pro Mod Camaro what the company calls “the fastest nitrous true automatic in the world.”