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|02-12-2010, 11:35 AM||#24|
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|02-12-2010, 11:37 AM||#25|
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What are the MPH with these times? That will tell if there is traction issues. All of the times on a slip will tell you where you are losing speed. I can look at my (Mustang) 12.6 time at 113, and a 60ft of 2.0, and tell that I'm losing in my shifting. I should be able to hit 12.4 if I can shift better.
As for people having traction issues, someone mentioned Nitto tires.. Lose them. They are junk. Mickey Thompson ET Streets have been awesome for me. I run them around 14-12 psi, and launch around 3 grand on a 400+HP IRS car, and have no problem. I keep the tires on all the time, cause it only sees about 4000 miles a year, otherwise they suck for tread life.
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