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Originally Posted by jsusisaliv View Post
I have never heard of that before about lining up right after the burn out. I always like to see how my car is hooking up by backing up and kicking it a bit. Any ways maybe someone can tell me? quote]
That's one of the 1st things you learn in Drag Racing 101, hehe!!

Hmmm funny cause been dragging for years and never heard it... Guess I just need to get around more
Now that I think about it actually probably never heard of it because I never ever have used a pair of slicks?
First time for everything. Also I have to use welds on the back. Anything else is way to thick and hits my disc. I have A disc conversion on the rear and tried the aftermarket cast rims. I have to have the thin forged rims and they just barely clear my discs. Looks like I will be buying another set of rims

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