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07-25-2010 07:13 AM
anth's iroc Either a bf goodrich drag radial or an american racer dot tie with a D compound..
07-24-2010 06:01 AM
a1supersport There's almost a two-inch difference in tire height, between the two. The type of tire is important too. What kind of tires are you going to use?
07-24-2010 05:36 AM
sqzbox I believe the 60 would be the choice! The taller tire would be less prone to breaking traction off the line, providing you can fit them under the wheel well's.
07-20-2010 05:36 PM
anth's iroc
50 or 60 series

got a question,

I have an 87 iroc 400sbc 462 heads 501/501 cam Rpm intake edelbrock 750 carb msd ignition hooker headers hooker exhaust th350 tranny 3.73 gears 3200 stall converter.What i was wondering would a 275/50/15 or a 275/60//15 be a better tire for a 1/4 mile with this car.Based on the info i gave.
Thanks for the help
Anth

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