Scott Birdsall’s 1,200hp+ 2JZ-powered Toyota land speed mini truck races for the first time, and we were there to witness him break his own ½-mile record! The Truck Show Podcast is proudly presented by Nissan, in association with Banks Power.


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Sean P. Holman (0s):

Hey. Lighting Have. You Heard.

Recording (2s):

Yes. Yes, yes, yes.

Sean P. Holman (4s):


Jay “Lightning” Tilles (5s):

Kidding. No I haven’t.

Recording (8s):

The truck show. We’re gonna show you what we know. We’re gonna answer What? The truck. Because truck Rods, The truck show. We have the lifted We have the lowered and everything in between. We’ll talk about trucks that run on diesel and the ones that run on gasoline. The truck show. The truck show. The truck show. low Whoa Whoa. It’s The truck show with your hosts Lightning and Holman.

Sean P. Holman (45s):

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Jay “Lightning” Tilles (1m 5s):

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4 (1m 28s):

This Is. the show where they talk breaking news. And This is the part where Coleman has Lightning Have You Heard

Sean P. Holman (1m 36s):

Hey Lighting Have You Heard. Welcome to Barnes and net. No,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (1m 41s):

I have not.

Sean P. Holman (1m 42s):

You should have ’cause you were there. Our friend Scott Birdsall took a Toyota pickup truck with a two JZ and went super, super fast.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (1m 49s):

That is true.

Sean P. Holman (1m 50s):

What do You know? Tell me, tell me everything. Here’s the

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (1m 52s):

Deal. So I’ve been working with Scott Birdsall for quite some time, trying to get some banks products into his two JZ powered mid nineties Toyota Hilux.

Sean P. Holman (2m 2s):

Let me just point out that Scott Birdsall and I trade about 4,000 memes a day. Yes.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (2m 7s):

And they’re all dirty and they can’t be shared with the public.

Sean P. Holman (2m 9s):

Oh, I’m not gonna share them. But I did call him out and he posted your deal with the time where it looked like He made the O face after the time showed up on the board. Sure. It looked like that. Where He made your Yeah,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (2m 22s):

I’ve seen that. Your

Sean P. Holman (2m 23s):

Face. Yep. And I wrote to him, thanks for the invite. And he just wrote, blame him.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (2m 27s):

LOLI don’t think it, it didn’t even occur to me to invite you and you wouldn’t have gone anyway. I

Sean P. Holman (2m 34s):

Would’ve gone actually, no way. I was free that day really to go see Scott Birdsall, go set a, some sort of a speed record in a Toyota truck.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (2m 41s):

Would you really have gone? Yes.

Sean P. Holman (2m 43s):

Why? Why wouldn’t, why wouldn’t I have? Hey, we’re our buddy Scott Birdsall has been talking about this truck for a year and a half, two years now. It’s finally running. He has to go test it out before he test it out on the salt. I’m going to go watch him do that.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (2m 57s):

Okay. I didn’t, it didn’t even occur to me that you would

Sean P. Holman (2m 60s):

Go, I mean, it’s like you don’t even know me. No, I,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 2s):

I guess I don’t, I just, I, I don’t know.

Sean P. Holman (3m 6s):

You asked me about something and I told you and you go, oh, I’ll be at the racetrack. And I’m like, huh. I wonder what he’s talking about. Racetrack. See, that’s I thought that to

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 13s):

Myself. That’s how I feel every time you’re like, oh, I was in the desert this weekend. And I’m like, thanks.

Sean P. Holman (3m 18s):

Well, I haven’t done that in a long time, but normally when I’m somewhere, it’s not like lately it hasn’t been just me by myself.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 24s):

Okay. Well

Sean P. Holman (3m 25s):

It’s all been, I’m sorry. I

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 26s):

Would’ve actually enjoyed your presence there. I, I didn’t even think about it. Well, I just didn’t think if you would like racing and stuff.

Sean P. Holman (3m 32s):

I’ve literally gone racing. I’ve raced in the Baja 1000. Well

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 36s):

This is street racing.

Sean P. Holman (3m 38s):

I was at Diesel Power when we towed a trailer. 141 miles an hour instead of Guinness Book of World Records.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 44s):

Ah, you make a good point. I don’t, I’m sorry. I

Sean P. Holman (3m 46s):

Apologize. My friend Charlie down the street has a land speed car.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 48s):

I didn’t know that. I didn’t know any of these things. Jesus. I just, I don’t know. I’m probably, maybe I’m like the

Sean P. Holman (3m 53s):

What’s wife, wife favorite color? I

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (3m 55s):

Just, oh, don don’t know

Sean P. Holman (3m 57s):

I. don I don. No, that’s fine. No, that’s better I don feel. I don’t feel bad. No, I don’t feel bad now. Alright. No, I’m fine. If you don’t know that, then there’s no way you would know me. Do

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (4m 5s):

You know your wife’s favorite color?

Sean P. Holman (4m 6s):

Absolutely. What is it? You should ask her. All right. Back onto Scott Birdsall here. So,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (4m 13s):

Okay, so Scott Birdsall, I, I first saw this truck back at SEMA last year. We had Lock Jaw and Scott’s Toyota Hilux in the AM oil booth. And I helped him push it in and get it all set. It was super, super

Sean P. Holman (4m 25s):

Cool. So your hand print went?

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (4m 28s):

My hand print. What do you mean my hand print? You

Sean P. Holman (4m 29s):

Pushed it in? Yes. So your hand print went how fast?

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (4m 32s):

Oh, my hand print went 173.8 miles per hour. That’s how fast it went. So he’s got this really cool Ivan Stewart living on the side of The truck. It’s lowered. It’s got like steelies narrow, 2 25 tires. It looks cool, but it’s not until he opens the hood that you go. Oh my gosh. And it’s just, the engine’s just a

Sean P. Holman (4m 54s):

Work. It’s basic. Basically like a billet looking two JZ. It’s just a work of life. And those You don’t know. A two JZ is a inline six that was famous in the Supra. And have you, well, I think we’ve talked about the prices on those cars these days.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (5m 6s):

Huge money.

Sean P. Holman (5m 7s):

Huge money. $150,000 for a car with a hundred thousand miles in a stick. Yes. I mean, just crazy. It’s

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (5m 12s):

Ridiculous. Anyway, so this, this engine is known for you can make reliability.

Sean P. Holman (5m 15s):

Reliability, big power. 900

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (5m 16s):

Plus horsepower. Yeah. This particular one is making 1200 horsepower to the wheels on the dyno. It’s bongers

Sean P. Holman (5m 22s):

That bunk. So we

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (5m 22s):

Put three banks Id dash data monsters in this and a whole lot of sensors. So Scott would know more about what’s happening between the nose of The truck and the air intake. Basically the turbo inlet. So that’s how I became a little more familiar with the, the vehicle. We had our engineers talking to his engineers and working through this whole thing. Ultimately, this truck is gonna end up at the Bonneville salt flats in Utah trying to break the world record, which is currently 222 miles per hour for a mini truck. And they’re, which is

Sean P. Holman (5m 50s):

Bonkers itself. It’s, it’s, it’s nuts. Did you use a Lightning term? It’s,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (5m 53s):

It’s nuts. And so this was going to be his test and tune. Basically it was a shift sector event. And if you’re in the Western states, you may have heard of shift sector. They take over airstrips and they usually do a mile long. It’s, it’s, it’s not timed. It’s just go and whatever you hit at the end of the flag is what you do.

Sean P. Holman (6m 14s):

Wind, wind helping you, whatever. It doesn’t matter.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (6m 17s):

And wind was helping us a little bit this time, but usually it can be against you. It can be side draft, whatever. Sure. There was, there was Kawasaki ninjas, two of them going over 220 miles an hour out there. There was wild Lamborghini Huracans inventors. And you

Sean P. Holman (6m 31s):

Think I wouldn’t wanna go to that. Yeah,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (6m 32s):

Dude, there was a guy, what’s wrong with you there? There’s a guy in an E 30 series wagon in a, in a BMW wagon doing 170 miles an hour. All kinds of interesting weird vehicles. There was even a golf doing like 140

Sean P. Holman (6m 46s):

Was his, the only truck.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (6m 47s):

His was the only truck. So I, I got the call that he was gonna go out there and do this test and tune. He’s like, I just wanna see if it runs, by the way, he’s in Northern California. Yep.

Sean P. Holman (6m 56s):

Santa Rosa

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (6m 56s):

And Santa Rosa on the north of San Francisco. Way up there. And then he’s gonna drive down 13 plus hours to go to the desert that is south of where we are right now towards San Diego. It is a long ass drive, but he’s gonna get accurate timing, accurate speed, all this stuff. And, and we’re gonna help him measure it. So he trailers it all the way down. And there was a whole host of issues along the way. His tow rig and all this other stuff happened. But he He made it there successfully as like any, was

Sean P. Holman (7m 27s):

He towing it with a nuke van?

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (7m 29s):

He was not, no. He was towing it with a borrowed Ford F two 50. I, this is a comedy of errors. He has a, an old Ram five nine. When I say Ram, it’s not, when I say old, it’s not old. It’s beautiful. It’s, it’s, it’s pristine. It’s got a bunch of miles, but it looks beautiful. He wanted to stop by banks on the way down. ’cause we’re right off the 10 freeway as You know. And on the way out, he was gonna have to pass our building. He wanted to stop with his new You know with his five nine Cummins tow rig with all the banks parts on it and show it off to Gale. So here’s me trying to overnight him some parts. Well, unfortunately the first shipment of parts that I sent up to him for the tow rig ended up in Temecula at one of his clients.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (8m 15s):

Somehow we messed up the address and we sent the parts to Temecula, which is an hour in the wrong direction. It’s completely

Sean P. Holman (8m 23s):

Wrong. It’s an hour and a half basically southeast of

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (8m 26s):

Where we are. So it’s, it’s not nine hours north to him. No, it’s an hour south and a half hour and a half south from, it’s ridiculous. So it’s, that was totally wrong. That set him back. So he said, oh man. All right, well listen, the parts are fine. They’re on a pallet, they’re not going anywhere. We’ll collect them. I’m gonna send a new shipment. This is now two days late and he has to leave the next day. I’m gonna overnight another bunch of parts to him for 10:00 AM delivery. The next morning I get a text from him. It’s 11:00 AM Any idea where these are? I said according to my FedEx tracking, they’re supposed to be there before 10:30 AM four o’clock in the afternoon.

Sean P. Holman (9m 3s):

Do you get a discount from them not meeting the time period

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (9m 5s):

Four. That’s a great question. I would have to talk to Ryan or, or shipping manager. 4, 4 30 rolls around the parts finally show up and I go, are you gonna have time to install ’em? He says, Nope. Gotta borrow a truck. Because his truck was in pieces waiting because

Sean P. Holman (9m 21s):

He was waiting for the parts.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (9m 22s):

He trucks it all the way down. We get down, he gets down to, you guys may have heard of Coachella days,

Sean P. Holman (9m 27s):

So You Heard about on the show we juggle about band names. Yeah,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (9m 29s):

Yeah, exactly. So col this, this racetrack is about an hour south of Coachella in the middle of fricking nowhere. Really nice track in this airstrip, blah, blah, blah. He gets out there and he pulls The truck out. He preps it. It’s on pure methanol. It smells crazy as he calls, man calls it man perfume and, and it sounds angry as all get out. He does his first run. Oh. And the alternator doesn’t work. So every time he does a run, it’s sucking the batteries dry because he’s got some crazy MSD ignition or, yep. I don’t remember what type of ignition it was, but it was just, it was like 30 amp draw every time he did a run. So he’d come back and have to charge it like a remote control car, like an RC car.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (10m 14s):

What he also discovered is that his stepped boost control, it was supposed to be like he could turn up the notch, like each run, he would turn up a notch. He would start at waist gate spring boost pressure, and then go all the way slowly up to 42 pounds of pressure on this Garrett Turbocharger. What he discovers through some of the data logging that we were taking there is setting one was Wastegate, spring pressure setting two was all the beans. 42 PSI Woo. So he was either at like, like

Sean P. Holman (10m 49s):

No beans or lots of

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (10m 50s):

Beans, 400 horsepower or 1200 horsepower, nothing in between. Yeah. And so he couldn’t figure out why he was just smoking the tires halfway down the track. So once he finally figured that out, he was able to feather it. All he wanted to do is just go over 150 miles an hour. That was like the goal somewhere in there. Just like, how well does this thing perform? And he just laid into it on his last run, 173.8, beating his current half mile record in Old Smokey, that Cummins powered F1. It was one Hold on,

Sean P. Holman (11m 25s):

On rest in Peace. Sold Smokey.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (11m 27s):

Oh yeah, yeah. Which was 1 67.

Sean P. Holman (11m 30s):

So let me guess, you did your job and got some audio.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (11m 36s):

I’m gonna play that. Right Here Holman. We are on the way to a steakhouse. Scott has reserved five spots for us and Oh, is he going? We’re we’re celebrating because Scott now has the world record for fastest mini pickup truck. Half mile any, oh, any pickup truck.

Scott Birdsall (12m 4s):

Yeah. Fastest, fastest pickup truck in the half mile.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (12m 8s):

At what speed?

Scott Birdsall (12m 10s):

173 0.8.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (12m 12s):

That’s right.

Scott Birdsall (12m 13s):

And that’s with a ton of problems. Like no traction, shifting issues, no charging.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (12m 18s):

What he means by no charging is no alternator. Yeah.

Scott Birdsall (12m 20s):

Yeah. The alternator, we had to charge it like an RC car. So we’d charge it for 45 minutes and then put it back on the, then go for a run, then put it back on the charger again.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (12m 28s):

So what happened is he discovered that as he was cruising along it, it was at like 12 volts and then 11 eight. And he was concerned that Alternator wasn’t working. And his haul tech, it’s gonna have a cutoff, like 10 and a half, 11, 11 volts or something. And so he’d come back to the pit and hook up this little portable generator to a Ctec charger designed for his anti-gravity batteries and then charge it. And so he would charge it up for about 45 minutes or an hour, get it up to 13, 12 and a half, 13 volts, and then take it for a couple of runs. The first, take me through your first run.

Scott Birdsall (13m 5s):

So the first run, it was at Wastegate Spring, which I was fine and that’s, but that’s only six PSI and it probably made 350 horsepower. So it was really slow. Second run was where we found our first bug in the tuning is, it’s supposed to have seven steps of boost, but instead of that, it had one step of boost. So soon as you pushed up on the boost control, it went to full kill, which was 42 PSI. And it made You know nearly 1200 horsepower at 42 PSI on a 225 tire, which is a pizza cutter. And it was completely undrivable. How

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (13m 42s):

Did you find that out, my friend?

Scott Birdsall (13m 44s):

By pushing the gas down and boiling ’em?

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (13m 46s):

No, no, no, no. You saw a data log that confirmed

Scott Birdsall (13m 49s):

Something. Oh yeah, yeah. No. So on the I dash, I saw the, the data showing that we were at 42 PSI instead of what I was supposed to be at was 18. So

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (13m 60s):

You went from zero beans to all the beans? Yeah.

Scott Birdsall (14m 2s):

Well, six beans to 42 beans. Oh yeah. Yeah.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (14m 5s):

He comes back, he charges the battery after the first run. How many runs did he make? Three, four. I

Scott Birdsall (14m 11s):

Can’t remember. I think I made four runs total. The third run, I did it and it felt really good because I did a burnout first to try to get some more traction. And then I took the fourth run and I botched the start, like bogged it super bad. I went to shift from third to fourth. I must have moved my hand like one extra movement. ’cause I went from third to fifth, completely missed fourth. And then I said, screw it. And I put my foot in it the rest of the way and went 1 73 with all those problems, pretty stoked.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (14m 42s):

And you didn’t really know, you came back, you knew that you went fast, but, but you didn’t know your speed.

Scott Birdsall (14m 47s):

So I have a giant tablet in there that shows the GPS speed, but the GPS speed, it lags a little bit. So it told me I did 1 69 and then I came in and you told me I did 1 73 0.8 and I was pretty fricking pumped. Like I I thought it was 1 69. 1 69 still, it still would have that record, but 1 73 is way BSer.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (15m 9s):

And so that record was held by Old Smokey. Yeah. So I just, and you just bested yourself?

Scott Birdsall (15m 14s):

Yeah, I just took old Smokey’s last record. He held away from him. So

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (15m 19s):


Scott Birdsall (15m 19s):

Yeah, I own it. So I’m not that mad.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (15m 22s):

How did it feel? I’ve never been that fast in a, in a vehicle before. How did it feel at 1 73 going through that trap?

Scott Birdsall (15m 31s):

Oh, it felt like a freight train. Like it, it was super stable, couldn’t feel the wind. It was just, it just felt really good.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (15m 40s):

Hold on. You said that your butt was puckering enough to make diamonds,

Scott Birdsall (15m 43s):

So No, that’s, that’s, that’s after I went through the traps and realized I had to stop. Oh

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (15m 49s):


Scott Birdsall (15m 50s):

So this thing, it has 15 inch wheels on it and little tiny breaks. It’s got the biggest Wheel widths we could possibly put on it. But when you’re trying to haul something down from that much speed and that short of distance, you start crushing diamonds, You know, you’re, you’re you, the butt pucker is pretty intense. I mean, it slowed it down and stopped, but the brakes were really hot at the end and I didn’t want to try to do that turnaround and make another pass. So I just parked it. The cool thing is, without like the shifting issues. So another thing too, I also had to lift for every shift because I didn’t have the, the ignition cut set for the correct amount of milliseconds in the, in the tune.

Scott Birdsall (16m 30s):

So instead of flat shifting completely full throttle shifts, I had to lift every time I pulled the, pulled the sequential shifter. So

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (16m 40s):

How does it normally, normally you don’t have to lift at all.

Scott Birdsall (16m 43s):

Normally full, full throttle, no lift, you just bang it like a motorcycle. But You know I didn’t have the shift delay. Right. So that didn’t quite work out. But if the shift delay was working and You know after I know my parachute works, right? That’s another reason why I didn’t try to go for another run, is I’ve never used the parachute. Let’s say I commit to using the parachute because there’s no way I’m gonna stop this thing at 200 miles an hour. At the end of that track, there wasn’t enough shutoff shutdown room with these breaks. If I tried to do that with the parachute and then I didn’t have the parachute mounted ride or something wasn’t freaking right on that. It, it’d be a yard sale, like into the building that’s like a half mile down at the end of the track. Yeah.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (17m 23s):

So this is an airstrip and it ends and then you have to transition onto their road course, right? Yeah. Which is surrounded by dirt. And after you cross

Scott Birdsall (17m 31s):

A dirt road,

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (17m 32s):

Oh, it’s, oh, I didn’t see that part. Yeah,

Scott Birdsall (17m 34s):

At the end of the, at the end of the shutdown area, there’s a dirt road and then you, then it’s a hard left onto the road course for to travel back. So I barely got it, slowed down for the dirt and then made a pretty aggressive turn onto the road. Course this truck is absolutely capable of doing 200 miles an hour and a half mile. And we’ll, we’ll find out later this year after I get it all dialed in and everything else. So no traction, but really poor shifting by me. Terrible launch still made 173 miles an hour. I’m pretty, I’m pretty impressed with the setup.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (18m 6s):

And you have to do what at Bonneville with this truck, because that’s originally what it was designed for.

Scott Birdsall (18m 11s):

Yeah, so at Bonneville, I have seven miles to You know, get my, get my speed. And the record for my class is 180 9. And some change we’re less than 20 miles an hour away from that. A

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (18m 23s):

Half mile.

Scott Birdsall (18m 23s):

Half mile. And The truck is super stable. So my goal is to be the fastest mini truck ever, no matter what class it is at Bonneville. And that’s 2 22. Right now my goal is two 40 and I think after today I’m pretty confident that, that we can do that. We just have to keep our fingers crossed, cross that there’s no gremlins.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (18m 43s):

Well listen, we’re gonna go out and eat right now. I just wanna Thank you for having me along. And I I’m, I’m honored to have been able to see this in person. Yeah. And, and hopefully I’ll make it to Bonneville and Yeah, it was just, it was really special to see you break that record and all the trials and tribulations to get just to this place. And you crushed it like almost effortlessly.

Scott Birdsall (19m 6s):

I wouldn’t say effortlessly. I was I know But, that was pretty stressed out, but No, but

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (19m 9s):

But, that run that you did, it was, that last run was effortless. It was like, it just made it No problem. It

Scott Birdsall (19m 14s):

Was, yeah, it, it did it. No problem. And I, I mean I did it outta anger. I was just like, screw this. I’m gonna freaking pin it to win it and hope I don’t die at the end. But yeah, it worked out. Everything was cool. You guys were a big help You know you guys working with the bank Eye Dash and giving me the data and showing me where the boost was and everything. That was a big help too, so. Awesome.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (19m 34s):

Alright, let’s go. Wait.

7 (19m 36s):


Jay “Lightning” Tilles (19m 39s):

Oh my keys. Oh my

7 (19m 40s):

God, that fucking sounds good.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (19m 43s):

Longhorn Steakhouse. Here we come.

Sean P. Holman (19m 47s):

Dude. Now I’m even more pissed off. You didn’t invite me. The hell.

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (19m 52s):


Sean P. Holman (19m 54s):

Are you though?

Jay “Lightning” Tilles (19m 55s):

Nah, I mean a little bit. Oh,

Sean P. Holman (19m 56s):


Jay “Lightning” Tilles (19m 58s):

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8 (20m 58s):

Dude. 1 73.

9 (21m 0s):

1 73.

8 (21m 1s):

1 73.

9 (21m 3s):

Holy shit. So this is the fastest truck in a half mile.

8 (21m 8s):

1 73 0.87.

10 (21m 10s):

Damn. Almost 1 74. Yeah. That’s all in ass.

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