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Old 07-14-2017, 12:33 PM   #43
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That's certainly possible - I figured I was in for a loss when accepting a roll race. I've certainly seen what you describe, the top of third is wild in those cars. I'm pulling third a lot better now too, with the 4.10's. Gears certainly make a big difference, really wakes the car up.
I agree with you for sure.....my buddy just installed BBK longtubes and then took it in for a tune....maybe drag radials as well. We decided to wait for his tune to be done before heading to the track....hopefully get there soon. Im interested to see how his header and tune mods stack up against my 3200 stall and drag radial upgrades. Should be fun.
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Old 07-14-2017, 03:56 PM   #44
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I agree with you for sure.....my buddy just installed BBK longtubes and then took it in for a tune....maybe drag radials as well. We decided to wait for his tune to be done before heading to the track....hopefully get there soon. Im interested to see how his header and tune mods stack up against my 3200 stall and drag radial upgrades. Should be fun.
I'm betting it'll be real close. I ran 11.9 with headers tune and intake. And ran 11.5 once I added the converter to the Mustang. I'm betting on a converter automatic every time though.
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Old 07-14-2017, 05:38 PM   #45
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I'm betting it'll be real close. I ran 11.9 with headers tune and intake. And ran 11.5 once I added the converter to the Mustang. I'm betting on a converter automatic every time though.
Well Im hoping the stall and drag radials put me out in front for good. He needs drag radials and I think he may be convinced to get them. We just havnt had time or weather to hit the track...but when we do it will be recorded.
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Old 07-17-2017, 04:42 AM   #46
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If he's going to run street tires, he's gonna lose, and badly vs you. From a roll, it will be close with him possibly coming out on top. I can say if you can talk to your tuner and have him tweak the tune for converter lockup from 4th onward at wot, that will help you as well. You can only do that though if your converter is a multi plate style. If it is a single, forget about it.
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