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Old 10-18-2003, 07:34 PM
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Nice picture of the car with the wrinkle wall street tires.
Dude you have something major wrong with that setup.
Your running on street tires,
Quote: -11.38 at 117.7 , and on slick's, 11.21 at 118.6 ,
the pic is with the street tires.

Why even use the slicks for the time gained since the motor can't turn the tire's into smoke.
Something's not right as I read into it.

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Old 10-19-2003, 09:47 AM
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i had the slicks, so i figured id try it, the slick is a littel taller and the car liked it, the motor is out of it now anyways for the new 555 going into it. and why waste my street tires, they only last mayb 20 passes, you have to bake'm to get them work...and your right the street tire and slick produced almost the same 60foots but if the slick is fasterthen use it, i cant use the transbrake with the slick either...

o we also put new spring and shock s on the rear, i have the new adjustable qa-1's in it and i havent really tuned with it yet, but i dont expect to see much out of it, the car is 3526 w/o driver and 3807 with driver, so its no fly weight
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