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Drag Racing 101
Where did you hear that? Not true!
No if the green is on you can't red light. It is much harder to red light on a pro tree, but it is possible with a good set up.
I limited the front end travel on my 71 Dart bracket car to 1" which helped stop a lot of lost motion, It would 60' 1.30-34 ran 6.30-6.40. I did...
Another trick we use to do many moons ago was to stagger the front wheels. In other words we moved one tire/wheel combo forward of the other side....
Longer roll out helps on not red lighting.
As a firefighter in Fl. I can tell you that a ride to the hospital in a Rescue Car will net you 10,000 from your own insurance without a fight.
Same thing I use to say when I was drunk, before 1985.
I'm sure they need probable cause right?
But is MUCH harder to prove and prosecute. Though I agree with you.
If it is a drag only car, why worry if it is street legal?
I'm a retired fireman of 33 years. I always loved when we went to MVA and asked if the driver was wearing their seat belt, which of course they...
How are you going to run wipers?
Well that just plain ol sucks!
Fl. the tow truck covers the trailer and contents, to the limit of your on uninsured motorist coverage.
Means you were running out of motor with the shorter tire.
That is the way Fl. does it. No fault state. Your own insurance pays then they go after the other guy and his insurance.
Yes I did, not bad for fire fighting civil servant eh? Thanks
Do a search, there are some good threads on the subject. Here is one.
Fuel pressure regulator plumbing?
No it doesn't matter where you mount the regulator in the system. As long as your using the right regulator. This is the one in the picture....
1- The regulator is on the return line before the tank
2- If I grenade a trans, I'd rather have the line on the outside.
3- Ran braided line up...
Over the Super Trap mufflers? No, can't hear it over the exhaust. It's loud!
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Way to much gear for the weight and low first gear. I would think more on the lines of 3.73 rear. I had a similar problem with my 67 Super Gas...
Another racing Icon has past. " Every time an Old man dies,an entire Library is Lost"
One advantage of a glide over a 727 is the higher 1st gear ratio. When I ran my 2615 lb SG 67 Barracuda, it would launch so hard I kept bending...
This is the one I used in my fuel bypass fuel system. And it will fit right where you have that one.
Holley 12-803BP Carbureted Bypass Fuel...
I ran my return line the way RRR stated above. I used a Holley return style regulator 12-803BP. I used the same size line 3/8".