|07-28-2008 02:01 PM|
|chcksaunders||seat time is the key i improved 9/10ths in 7 runs.|
|07-28-2008 03:16 AM|
keep it up... that first run....well....
|07-28-2008 03:01 AM|
|Optoson||First time out a couple weeks ago I ran 15.9 at 86, keep in mind this is in hot(90 somethin degrees) and humid(was like 87% humidity that night). But keep running it down and you'll see your times improve greatly, :)|
|07-27-2008 06:15 PM|
|mlbbaseball||also, practice slipping the clutch if you know how. This will avoid the wheel hop/spinning at the line!!! If you don't know how, don't start by doing it at 3500, try 2500 or you won't have a clutch left!! Takes some time, but u'll get the hang of it!|
|07-27-2008 06:00 PM|
|07-27-2008 05:49 PM|
|supersonicsvt||I suggest a different track - find one with SOME CURVES!!! That's the track where the SVTF really shines. And the Cobras won't be able to keep up!|
|07-25-2008 12:14 PM|
i did 15.4 stock so you can do it too..just seat time like they said.
|07-25-2008 11:51 AM|
|Tazman1||Bristol is a tough track my friends. Its elevation plays a big part here in TN. With the track at 1,400 ft above sea level and the heat and humidity combined. Its like racing at 3500 ft above sea level. I know I need practice. But, I think the best I can get at Bristol is going to be a 15.9xx and a 16.00. Not sure yet. But only time and practice will tell.|
|07-25-2008 11:46 AM|
you just need some seat time my friend.
with like 10-15 more passes youll be down into the mid 15s for sure.
i ran 15.2 bone stock with 16in wheels...
invest in smaller wheels and see what happens.
|07-25-2008 11:39 AM|
|josejsanchez||damn man..that first run doesnt look so well...glad you did a lil better..you should run a lil quicker than 16 sec...svtf run smoother at night without all that heat during the day...imo anyways...|
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