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I've had great luck with my stainless PRW 1.6 rockers. They are a great alternative to the insanely priced HS rockers. One had the bushing...
I believe when I had them make some custom BS steelies for me, they charged $40 a piece extra. This was 5-ish yrs ago. A simple phone call to WV...
You both are liars. As mentioned - get a fuckin room!
Dude's building a 7.30 1/8 mi car and people are arguing about whether he needs HANS restraint, CM cage... LOL!!! I think he needs a full funny...
Probably applies to 80% of the guys I see at the track.
Boy, ain't that the freakin truth!
Stop comparing dyno numbers from different dynos.
Maybe they're afraid the MPH number won't back-up the big HP number from their dyno sheet?
Right on. The car should rip! Just be sure to update this thread with the number - good or bad. Too many folks post these 'what'll it run'...
When's the trip to the track scheduled?
Did he actually end up making any passes?
When's the race?
Dark tinted windows are not legal on the street either, but there are plenty of cars with black windows on the road. Just like anything else, I...
Better get some seat time at the track first. Can't wait to hear the results.
Nice pass! What drag radials do you use? What was the MPH?
What are the engine specs of that beast???!
Can you take a picture of what you're talking about?
Here's how I mounted the one on my 66 Dart. I can't recall where I got it, but I do remember midplates from most vendors were too narrow to reach...
What a great set of pictures! Thanks for posting. That car is definitely something to be proud of as well.What are the wheels on it?
I think he means the load rating - not the cost.
You shouldn't have told jegs you mounted the tires up.
Something is way off with the tune IMO. No way that combo makes anywhere near 450 hp as-is with a 102 mph trap speed.
What was your 1/4 mi mph?
You can modify your dead head regulator to work as a bypass regulator pretty easily and cheaply. You can keep the plumbing as it is too.How to...
No idea. But I'd guess that someone wanting to adjust emulsion probably isn't running a 4160 (or two) to begin with.
You can modify the 4160 secondary metering plates to accept jets.[ATTACH]
Nothin like comparing different flow bench results...Bolt those suckers on and they might just surprise everyone.
If you do aluminum hard line, you won't need a 37* flare tool. Just flare it to 45* w/ a regular flare tool. When you snug down a fitting, it'll...
I'd imagine it depends on the use of the car. On a leaf sprung drag car, wouldn't you want to allow for more lift of the rear suspension than...
Awesome! What were the results?