If you run a dot slick, just be sure that something slips. You have to have some slippage somewhere, and for your car it's going to be at the tires. I had a centerforce dual friction clutch in 69 chevelle and launched it at 5500 rpms with a 540 tq 427 motor and stiff sidewall slicks and totally grenaded my muncie (big surprise, right!). But it did hook, for a split second! The drag radial is a compromise cause you can still drive them on the street, but I would wager you won't be very consistent with them, but if you're just out to see how fast you can get the car to go, that's okay, esp if you want to drive it on the street with those tires.
I am amazed at all the people racing their cars with street tires, or even drag radials, and a stick! That takes a lot of practice! I used a line lock, 2 step rev limiter, etc., and it was still very challenging. But fun!
2007 GT, Auto, 4.10s, 3K stall, Detroit Rocker cams, UDPs, CMDPs, Alum DS, BBK LT headers/cats/x-pipe, Brenspeed 91 tune, MT SS drag radials, 275-60-15. BMR rear suspension, ft sway bar delete, strange shocks. 1/8 mile- [email protected]
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