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trapping 90 you could break into the 7's. Get some better rubber on that thing.
If you ran a respectable 60 foot, you could get into the 7s.trapping 90 you could break into the 7's. Get some better rubber on that thing.
I am pretty sure my FWD car ran quicker 60 foots than your Musthang did.Dont left vej lie to you. He cant drive for shit. LOL Burnouts on street tires I always considered to frivelous. Most tires do not benefit from it and you just waste tire. Plus radial tires tend kep water trapped up in the tread and while your staging puddle at the bottom. Just my opinion.
damn your slow.If you ran a respectable 60 foot, you could get into the 7s.
I ran, with no burnout, and on a 2.0 60 foot, an [email protected] With a burnout, on drag radials, of course, and a better launching technique, I ran [email protected] on a 1.69 60 foot, with no other changes at all, on the same night.
You are not the heaviest vehicle on this site. I run 1.6's consistently on street tires at 7015#.no burn outs for me (AWD), infact with the summer treads i have i would much rather avoid the waterbox if i could im sure it was affecting my launch to have water on the tires.
Theres pics in my profile of the car before i tinted the windows. Dont have any newer pics than that i need to take some more.
and as for 60ft times with the SHO i figured 1.9-2.0 was pretty respectable for getting this 2 ton boat moving. I dont know if i can get much quicker without going with some drag radials.
Come the fall with cooler temps or if i pull the trigger and get the W/M kit im hoping to maybe crack into the 7s
mah bad. I miss constructed some of your posts, I thought you were referring to your girl-car. In the case of your camaro, crappy 60'.That was 10 years ago, and in a Camaro.
Nitto 420s. 305/55R20. 4x4 is really 3x4 with an open front diff.street tires is a broad term what size/type of tires and is that ram 4x4 or rwd.
I would love some pointers on gettting heavy ass vehicles moving.
The SHO is AWD but majority of the power is on the front tires.