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Old 03-07-2003, 02:19 AM   #6
clsmooth71
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Arrow Congrats...

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Originally posted by christoph1371
Adam , Andrew and I were there.
Adam ran a 13.3, Andrew ran a 13.1 (burning out all fours off the line), I ran a miserable 14.6 with a 2.5 sixty-footer and .9 R/A! Whatever no excuses for my sorry arse drag racing skills

I saw the white integra with his hazards on. he wasn't looking tooo happy
Hey Chris,

Congrats to Adam and Andrew--who is he though?--I-Speed too? I guess my buddy missed those runs, since he blew his Type R on his first run. You're right though, he wasn't too happy.

I really feel for my buddy, but I'm beginning to think it's driver error or SOMETHING that's contributing to his blown motor woes. I've known/raced w/him for years (street racing in N. Cal back in the day & Laguna Seca, Sears Pt, SAC Raceway, Palmdale, & Famoso in Bakersfield), and he's a decent enough shifter & driver through the twisties, but I'm thinking he isn't too conscious of his tach and/or keeping track of his revs. It's gotta be something because as mentioned, he always has top quality parts & work under the hoods of his rides. Oh well, 13.5 is pretty decent for a NA, 1.8L w/FULL interior/exterior...even if it was on slicks. He just tore down the motor today and looks like the head, valvetrain, & block are toast. Guess it'll give him an opportunity to try out some new goodies he's been looking at though.

Peace

CL

Btw, Chris, if you need a hired gun/pilot, lemme know...My dragging skills are pretty darn good if I do say so myself (been told that as well & have about 8 bracket racing trophies to boot)! I'm always more than willing to let loose on a car/tranny that's not my own!
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