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1/4 estimation

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Roll bar 5 point
tq arm
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12psi legal on streets?

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Mid/low 12's.

With a killer, textbook perfect launch (1.5-ish 60') and good track prep and all the planets and their moons lined up just right.... That should have the power, and definitely has the suspension to dip into the 11's.

What stall are you using? Tires?



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I didn't see the tires listed.


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Oh my fault. Toyo tq 245/45/17 front 275/40/17 back. Supercharged with 12 psi kb

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Those tire are gonna hurt you. Should still be able to hit 12's if you can control the launch though. You have enough power and suspension to do great things in life, but you definitely need better tires.


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Is it the size or the type? I don't want slicks but I want them to last more than 3000 miles

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Wow, yeah, you're making a lot of torque to try to hook it on those tires. 275/60-15 M/T Radial PROs would be better.


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Maybe invest in a set of track only tires? I know, it's more $$, and that tends to suck, but that's what lotsa people have to do to get the job done and then still have some normal street tires they can get good use out of. If you're on a budget, find some 15" or 16" V6 rims on Craigslist and mount whatever you want on them.


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Nice modsI think lower 12's with better tires 11's. You have nice suspension and some weight reduction with 12psi. and a stall. I think you can realistically get 11's (which isn't easy to do)

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How about m & h radials 275/45 17

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275/40 17 I meant. Also will my traction be better without the gears? Im gettin the stall and s/c anyways so I dont think I really need new gears

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What do you mean, go back to 3.27's or something?

Traction would be a little better, but your car will be slower than if you had just kept them and instead got a set of NT05R's for track duty.


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