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Arciero Trophy Prerunner

Posted in Features on November 1, 2010 Comment (0)
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If you live in the dirt like we do, you have heard the name Arciero-most likely Ryan Arciero. Before Ryan could get behind the wheel, his Uncle Al was taming the desert terrain, winning races in Baja, and competing in a number of the legendary Mickey Thompson Races. With the team soaring and Ryan getting faster and faster, Al, or "Awesome Al" as some around the scene know him, opened a shop that would help transform the team into a prevailing force and secure the family legacy. When you race at the Trophy Truck level, you need a prerunner that is also Trophy Truck caliber. Al's truck has put in more than 3,000 miles prerunning Baja with the T-Force Race Team, returning without any problems. Now that's impressive.

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Vehicle:

Arciero Trophy Prerunner

A truck with this much potential should look just like this underneath. The 6061 Aluminum skid plates run the entire length of the truck with only the suspension and driveshaft allowed to swing lower.

Owner:
Al Arciero

Chassis:
Custom build, 4130 Chromoly

Engine:
Chevy LS2 V-8, 6.0L 402CID, 600HP, 540ftlb torque

Drivetrain:
4L80E, manual valve body, Chrisman rear, 5.43 gears, spool

Suspension:
Custom A-arm/J-arm front, Four-link rear, Fox shocks

Steering:
Howe

Brakes:
ProAm six-piston calipers

Tires/wheels:
37x12.50R17LT Nitto Dune Grappler Desert Terrain, Walker Evans 17-inch beadlock wheels

Interior:
VDO gauges, Art Carr shifter, MOMO wheel, CNC pedals, Lowrance 6500C, PCI Intercom, Icom race radio, Beard seats, Impact belts

Other Parts:
Vision X HID lights, Engel Fridge

Favorite Off-Road Area:
Baja, California

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