|01-10-2006 07:59 PM|
|FSP Focus ZX3||
I don't know..... anti matter drives seem to work well in Star Trek! LOL
Just kidding. there so replacement for displacement! But when that isn't available use a Turbo!
What class of NHRA are you thinking about running? What are your competitors using? Looking at what the other guy is doing is probably the best place to start.
|01-10-2006 01:05 PM|
I'm almost ready to install my Ram-Jet system on the Focus. Now if I could only figure out a way to get it Supersonic at 80,000 ft so that I could actually use it...
|01-10-2006 12:40 PM|
|01-10-2006 08:30 AM|
|inschool||rocket propelled is the way to go|
|01-01-2006 10:33 PM|
|12-29-2005 07:20 PM|
|BlueOvalFan||the fastest i know of is probally 1turbofocus and 02orangesvt, but they can explain what they have under there hood :o)|
|12-29-2005 02:36 PM|
|12-27-2005 05:02 PM|
|Goat Roper||Normally aspirated but a spray of juice every once and a while|
|12-27-2005 03:08 PM|
|BigJ12582||I had an FSVT with a high boost JRSC and I got it to run a 13.9 on a 58 degree day. Got the competitors Turbo car now and I have to say Turbos are the best way to go. Superchargers especilly Eaton type create way too much heat, unless u buy a powerworks which costs way too much!! Just my 2 cents|
|12-27-2005 02:34 PM|
|dgualtie||i too am a fan of N/A but if i had to choose a boost method it would probably be turbo.|
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