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Old 11-13-2010, 08:07 PM   #15
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speedster is the only one I know of so far that modded the rear frame rails to fit 345's in the rear with a modified wheel. His build is incredible...

I wouldn't mod the suspension arms.. too cost prohibitive.

I run 335 width tires on the track (autocross) on a 12.5" wide wheel in the back. No mods whatsoever other than a custom wheel/offset to fit them. BTW.. these are on 18" wheels.
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Old 11-13-2010, 11:20 PM   #16
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You serious? If you think for a second anyone is running in the 7s after pedaling, you dont spend too much time around fast cars...




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those guys in the 275 and 10" tire class are also pedaling the crap outta the hole with their cars, to run 7's.

and like i said before.... people are running 14.5 wide tires just fine

but the original poster asked it it can be narrowed and how much it was...... for all we know he has some 2000 rwhp 2010 camaro...... believe it or not, there are lots of people with "more money than brains"
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Old 11-14-2010, 10:50 AM   #17
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You serious? If you think for a second anyone is running in the 7s after pedaling, you dont spend too much time around fast cars...
watch the x275 class..... one of the big make/break points is how they get out of the hole. why else do you think they ramp in their boost/nitrous? because they can't hook.
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Old 11-14-2010, 11:21 AM   #18
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LOL the 275 racing is what I am refering too..

So let me get this strait, you call this not hooking?




Also just a quick google search of 275 drag radial record showed this..

Blasted the NMRA SSO record running a blistering 7.395 @ 193 60 Ft 1.28 4.861 @ 154 1/8th on 275 M/T Radials

Do you really think any of those guys are "pedaling the crap out of thier cars"? Would you consider any of those guys not hooking?

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watch the x275 class..... one of the big make/break points is how they get out of the hole. why else do you think they ramp in their boost/nitrous? because they can't hook.
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:02 AM   #19
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speedster is the only one I know of so far that modded the rear frame rails to fit 345's in the rear with a modified wheel. His build is incredible...

I wouldn't mod the suspension arms.. too cost prohibitive.

I run 335 width tires on the track (autocross) on a 12.5" wide wheel in the back. No mods whatsoever other than a custom wheel/offset to fit them. BTW.. these are on 18" wheels.
335? how did you manage that?
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