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Old 06-21-2009, 09:49 PM   #20
Audiosavvy
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OP, your 60ft time leaves room for improvement, but it's not bad for someone new to drag racing at the track. With a 1.8 60ft, which is definitely possible with your setup, you'd cut roughly .3 off your E/T, dropping you to the upper 13s, which is respectable.

From there, I think some better shifting techniques and possibly different shift POINTS could get the trap speed up to where it should be, closer to 100.

Those 2 things together in a solid run should net a 13.5, even better with practice .
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