On the weekends, Grant Fraysier enjoys taking his Hummer H1 to play in the sand box. But unlike most desert Hummers, Fraysier’s isn’t a dune hopping prerunner, it’s actually one amazing sand drag car. His car looks more like a pro street car that would’ve been spotted at Car Craft’s Street Machine Nationals, compared to a traditional Hummer. This is intential as Fraysier’s ride blazes down the sandy quarter mile. The original Detroit Diesel V8 has been replaced in favor of a 3,029 hp and 2,006 lb-ft of torque 615 ci (10-liter) Big Block Chevy motor built by Steve Morris Engines.
Steve Morris’ Mighty Mill
Steve Morris built the 3,000+ hp mill using an all forged Steve Morris block, forged pistons, and gargantuan cylinder heads. The engine makes its titan power thanks to a billet intake manifold and a massive monster 136 ProCharger which runs at 41 psi. Other mods include a Holley EFI multi-port injection system that sprays the high octane methanol fuel. Fraysier regularly competes in the sand drags at the Santa Maria Speedway in Southern California. Here his 3,000 hp monster blazes down the strip in the outlaw classes, destroying any competition.When someone mentions a Hummer, we can honestly say Fraysier’s isn’t what pops into our heads and that’s a good thing. His Hummer is unique and it combines the appearances of an off-road truck with a hot rodded drag car perfectly thanks to its natural styling mixed with a pro stock style hood scoop, side pipe exhaust, roll cage, hood, and rear sand drag tires.