Liqui-Moly Hunt for Horsepower
Horsepower aficionados have been campaigning for a national dyno competition for some years, and MotorEx Cruise for Charity responded with the Liqui-Moly Hunt for Horsepower. This national competition will run in conjunction with MotorEx Cruise for Charity – which raises much needed funds for Camp Quality. Horsepower fanatics can now push the limits of their vehicles in a safe, controlled environment, all the while supporting sick kids!
The annual Liqui-Moly Hunt for Horsepower is extending its reach to rounds held at Cruise for Charity with $1,000 up for the highest horsepower nation wide. To be eligible, vehicles must be registered and run on pump fuel (exotic fuels are prohibited).
To compete in the Liqui-Moly Hunt for Horsepower the rules are simple:
Entry is $60.00 per car
- The car must have a MotorEx Cruise for Charity entrant sticker – proof you have donated to a worthy cause
- The car must run on the dyno at MotorEx Cruise for Charity
- The car will be run up in the ‘Shoot Out’ mode as per a typical power run
- Cars will get a maximum of three dyno runs
How do you enter?
Online or on the day, it is that simple. For pre-registration click here or upon arrival, register your interest with the team operating the dyno and follow their instructions. Remembering that if you register on the day there is no guarantee you will be able to participate if the dyno is booked out. All vehicles will be subject to the dyno operators safety review. It is the operators discretion if the vehicles will be deemed suitable or unsuitable to participate.
Highest horsepower for 2016
- 8 CYL Forced induction: Matt Donovan | 1089 RWHP | VZ SS
- 6 CYL Forced induction: Charles Ottaviano | 741.2 RHWP | MSBHAVN
- 4 CYL Forced induction: Ben Cameron | 185 RWHP | Toyota Hilux
- 8 CYL Naturally aspirated: Jimmy Dunn| 509 RWHP | GTO
- 4 CYL Naturally aspirated: Blake Monds | 53.6 RHWP | Toyota Hilux