August 27, 2004 
Kevin Moncavage wins all Mopar Top Street title.
Kerry Inman sets new Bike MPH Record.
 
Kevin Moncavage's Hemi ruled the night picking up another Top Street title.

Kerry Inman's Hayabusa set a new MPH record for street legal bikes with an astounding 166.78 MPH blast on his ALL THROTTLE - NO BOTTLE 1300.

Elim. Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Top Street Kevin Moncavage 73 Cuda 572 Hemi 9.95 .059 10.345 109.54
RU Tom Bryan 64 Polara 528 10.60 .495 14.438 69.77
Sport Bike Jeff Fuoss 96 Kawasaki 750 14.86 .058 14.880 86.76
RU Duane Garder 01 Suzuki 1000 10.20 .187 10.380 141.50
Street Stick Chris Shaffer 66 Fury 440 12.70 .008 12.783 107.42
RU Merv Moyer 86 Mustang 302 12.35 .080 12.380 112.13
Street Auto Rob MacDonald 70 Chevelle 383 12.99 .050 13.012 101.70
RU Dennis Seigler 77 Maverick 351 12.02 .042 12.132 113.02
Compact John Kissinger 87 MR-2 16.99 .401 17.157 78.17
RU  Disqualified          
Out Law  Phil Helper 65 Mustang 302 12.54 .158 12.557 107.23
RU Wesley Thomas 85 S-10 350 14.05 .051 13.883 96.92
ATV Matt Swartz 01 Polaris 500 18.60 .121 18.643 63.15
RU Milt Fuoss 85 Honda 600 12.60 .086 12.711 101.16


Tom Bryan's classic 64 Dodge was looking good until mechanical woes stopped the 528 inch Wedge in the finals of Top Street.

Mike Kincel's 514 inch Ford just missed the Top Street.

John Hunter's Yamaha Banshee was a victim of Steve Hull's .081 light first round.

Phil Helper's `66 Mustang made it to the finals of Outlaw Street.