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Old 02-17-2006, 10:07 PM   #7
kenpokid
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Originally posted by lildisco
MPH doesn't matter. I think i hit like 85 or so and i was around a 16.5. I had a buddy that changed his rear end from a 2.83 to a 3.83 and ran a 14.9. he used to be a at 15.1. He had a slower top end after he changed out the rear end compared to his 3.83. I wish i new the speeds, but i don't.

Before he changed his rear-end, i could hang with him from a stop and he'd gradually pull away on the high end. Now after he swapped them out, he pulls like a bat out of hell. but i would catch him after he hit 80mph.

Not too shabby though good job
actually mph does matter, gives you an idea of WHAT you actually should be hitting. Then you improve your 60' etc...to maintain that mph but cut the time down to the end of track. I hit almost 88...so I should be running mid 15s...but I need to improve my 60'...all related with each other.
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