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Old 07-31-2004, 09:08 PM   #1
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Just a few pics. when I replaced the */C this last spring:




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Looks familiar.....
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sounds familiar to me too, i did mine last winter... By the way driverjohn2005 i see a picture of you at the track in your profile... what is your best 1/4 mile time??
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It was 16.6 at 84mph
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John, give yourself credit. jgs, the track was over 100, and we were running street trim, too much gas, and no ice for the blowers. He'* at least .5 seconds quicker.
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John, give yourself credit. jgs, the track was over 100, and we were running street trim, too much gas, and no ice for the blowers. He'* at least .5 seconds quicker.
ok, ok, ok!!! yeah, my car is prob. quicker than that but it is the only time i have raced it at the track for official times....
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It was 16.6 at 84mph
John, give yourself credit. jgs, the track was over 100, and we were running street trim, too much gas, and no ice for the blowers. He'* at least .5 seconds quicker.
If i can run a 15.9, i bet he could match that. I've got a weight advantage, but he'* got some boost. An intake will help much too.
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That'* probably about right, as we figured 3 of us were running about .3-.5 slower than expected. Mostly due to the extreme heat conditions, and partially to our full street weight.
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That'* probably about right, as we figured 3 of us were running about .3-.5 slower than expected. Mostly due to the extreme heat conditions, and partially to our full street weight.
Hot and Heavy
that best describes the conditions
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That'* probably about right, as we figured 3 of us were running about .3-.5 slower than expected. Mostly due to the extreme heat conditions, and partially to our full street weight.
Hot and Heavy
that best describes the conditions
And rode hard and put away wet, too, eh??
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