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17" slick vs 15" slick
Posted 09 April 2018 - 08:25 PM
Thanks for your reply . Is there a disadvantage of being sub 1400whp and using the 15" setup
Depends on combined tire and wheel weight. All being equal? No. 15" drag slick with same outer diameter will generally outperform a 17" drag slick. But you HAVE TO TEST IT. Each car is different and it depends. But it's next to impossible to find a 15" and 17" setup that will have the same weight and performance.
Posted 13 April 2018 - 08:47 PM
Why no burnout at all?
I have the Syvecs controller. It is a bit of a process to put it in rwd and back to awd after the burnout. I did a few runs with doing a burnout prior and then did runs not doing a burnout and the car ran the same numbers. So I figured between the wear on the car and the "sequence"/time needed to do the burnout really wasn't any benefit to me.
Posted 13 April 2018 - 09:09 PM
I started the video here to show that I drive from the staging lanes,around the water and stage. 1.270 60ft on M&H 28x10.5-17 rears, M&H 28x10.5-18 fronts. Kaps AWD controller with Visconti's base map, Jack's Transmissions spec ETS.
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SiR Stage 3's = ~firstname.lastname@example.org (DA +6451) ~ 60-130 in 4.174 (DA +5340) ~ 184.27mph in the 1/2 mile ~ 215.1mph in the mile
Jacks Transmissions ~ Spray it Racing ~ J&S Polishing-(719)477-9484
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