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Old 07-11-2012, 10:14 PM   #51
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Dude...Why are you so nervous at the tree? You've been racing the same car for ten years and you are still that nervous? I may yawn a couple of
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I wasn't nervous, the guy in the other lane was taking freaking forever and I actually bumped in to deep stage and had to back out. lol. I was like wtf is he doing over there? not to mention its 105 degrees at that race and I'm sweating my balls off, lol. but yeah I do look fidgety.

I also have to get myself worked up before each round so I am probably two coffees in. I used to take naps nd it didn't help my lights at all. also i do adjust everything because we are talking about winning or losing by thousandths of seconds each round. a drop of sweat or an itch or something stupid can easily cost me 10 grand.

and I am sure you aren't comparing it to a street car....
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and I am sure you aren't comparing it to a street car....[/QUOTE]

Why so condescending? This from a guy who compares himself to
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this thread has so much awesomeness in it.

Lex, I like you and I can always count on you to defend our Bimmer family in a time of need, but this was just awesome.

I love how worked up people get on here. I'm just as guilty as the next, so I'm not talkin crap.
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and I am sure you aren't comparing it to a street car....
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It was more of a question as to what you are comparing it to. Because, yes, it is easy to fall asleep when no perfect reaction time is needed and are outside a highly competitive environment, it's two different worlds. I take it by your response you are talking about a street car so you feel I am being condescending? Otherwise, I would assume you would have just said, no I am comparing it to my xxxxx race car, or something to that effect. I mean, let's be honest, YOU are the one who is critiquing my video and my movements. You mean to tell me you are doing that when you have never been in a similar situation? Maybe it's best to just not say anything at all.....? If you drive a Top Fuel dragster and are are as calm and easygoing at the starting line as when you are passing out drunk then I would only give you props because I can only imagine how intense that situation must be. I wouldn't ask you why you are moving around when I have no concept of the situation.

As far as my screen name goes, I have used it since the early 2000s when I first learned about the higgs boson and what it was predicted to do, I have a science thing, and thought it was awesome. We are talking about 10+ years ago.... now that they have "found it" it's not as cool anymore. So now I have to think of a new name, which isn't easy!
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You inspire me.

I'd laugh but I don't know what that means.:(

So here's a courtesy laugh.
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Earl..I was merely asking a question.I understand why you big time highrollers look down your noses at us little guys.Its ok,if it makes you feel better and helps you
make it through the day...everything is lovely. I don't mind at all.But Earl, I do have a small question for you. Why would you assume I only drive a "street" car? I happened to see that you were very nervous sitting in staging and asked why.I had no idea i had to be at least a top fuel driver to comment on your video.So,I understand now that I'm out of line and out of place so if you will excuse me I'll go back to my side of the track.
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Earl..I was merely asking a question.I understand why you big time highrollers look down your noses at us little guys.Its ok,if it makes you feel better and helps you
make it through the day...everything is lovely. I don't mind at all.But Earl, I do have a small question for you. Why would you assume I only drive a "street" car? I happened to see that you were very nervous sitting in staging and asked why.I had no idea i had to be at least a top fuel driver to comment on your video.So,I understand now that I'm out of line and out of place so if you will excuse me I'll go back to my side of the track.

Well, now that you have taken basically every sentence out of context, we can't further our pointless discussion. That's too bad because I think we were all having fun here.

I think I said why I assumed you were comparing to a street car/night. Yep, I did.

The top fuel reference was only for reference. You don't have to be anything and you can be everything, it has no real bearing on the discussion.

Saying you will go back to your side of the track is a very very nice reference to your side of the tracks isn't it? Well done, sir. But don't be so hard on yourself. I am sure we have similar roots. After all, we are both human, we both have lives, and I am sure we both have our values. I did not mean to be condescending, I am sure my defensiveness has something to do with the tone of this thread so I have no problem apologizing if I had the wrong tone with you. Maybe your tone was ambiguous as well.

Now don't be a martyr. Life is too short to be so serious. And I'm not a high roller. It's easy to make assumptions isn't it?

BTW, I don't know where Union City is but TN is a beautiful state, I've driven through it 4 times and spent about 2 weeks there nonconsecutively. If I didn't have a thing for TX, I'd probably live there.
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Old 07-12-2012, 07:30 PM   #59
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Discount Tire is a good place to start.
I think one of the best drag radials that could still be used on the street are Nitto NT555R. I've seen some people run them on 18" C6 Z06 wheels (front). The NT555R's are also available in a 20" size, so you could use them on your stock wheels.

I believe the Nitto NTO5R is the latest drag radial offering. I know Pumpkin can run 12.20's on them.
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can you fit 18's corvette rims with the brembo's on?? so could i use my 18s from my c5 corvette on the rear of my camaro??
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I got mine at discount tire

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They also sale nittos

305 20s is what I have
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do you need them to hook? nittos do not hook. Mickey Thompson hooks. nittos is for show.....
Super Chevy magazine did a same car same day back to back test of both the MT and the NT05Rs and determined that the best ETs were run with NT05s. Don't know what criteria you're using that determined that the NTs don't hook and are for show, but it appears the Super Chevy's tests dispute your findings. It was clear that you had to experiment with tire pressures on both to obtain the best grip. Just sayin'.

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can you fit 18's corvette rims with the brembo's on?? so could i use my 18s from my c5 corvette on the rear of my camaro??
Yes, but you'll need spacers...
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can you fit 18's corvette rims with the brembo's on?? so could i use my 18s from my c5 corvette on the rear of my camaro??
I'm understanding that only the C5 Z06 rears at 18 X 10.5 rears or the C6 Z06 fronts in 18 X 10.5 will work with no clearance issues. Someone also said you had to Zip tie the hydraulic brake lines away from the wheels as well. Since I'm also interested in this setup, I hope someone can validate this information or give us the straight "skinny".
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Super Chevy magazine did a same car same day back to back test of both the MT and the NT05Rs and determined that the best ETs were run with NT05s. Don't know what criteria you're using that determined that the NTs don't hook and are for show, but it appears the Super Chevy's tests dispute your findings. It was clear that you had to experiment with tire pressures on both to obtain the best grip. Just sayin'.

Here's the thread:

http://www.superchevy.com/technical/...t/viewall.html
No I agree, the NT05 look like they have addressed some of the 555 issues. the 555s are well known to not hook. Hopefully Nitto figured it out this time! I was referring to the 555s in my posts.
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I'm understanding that only the C5 Z06 rears at 18 X 10.5 rears or the C6 Z06 fronts in 18 X 10.5 will work with no clearance issues. Someone also said you had to Zip tie the hydraulic brake lines away from the wheels as well. Since I'm also interested in this setup, I hope someone can validate this information or give us the straight "skinny".
That would be cool because those C5Z wheels are a dime a dozen!
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I'm understanding that only the C5 Z06 rears at 18 X 10.5 rears or the C6 Z06 fronts in 18 X 10.5 will work with no clearance issues. Someone also said you had to Zip tie the hydraulic brake lines away from the wheels as well. Since I'm also interested in this setup, I hope someone can validate this information or give us the straight "skinny".
Don't think so... The offset is not right and requires a spacer. I used to have C6 ZO6 fronts and this was definitely the case.

what you have to tie back is the e-brake line.

Why not just get the vette replicas w/ the Camaro offsets
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Ok, on the vette wheel you'll need a 40 mm offset. Here's what you should do. PM Blazzin on here. That guy is the vette wheel pimp. He knows what will work and what's the best place. I got mine in 2009 but they were like $250 each. He can do much better.
Okay, I'll chime in....since Jamie has so eloquently named me the "vette wheel pimp"!!! Thanks Jamie!!! Not sure how I came to deserve such a prestigious title because to be honest guys, I have never owned a set of the Corvette Wheels (replicas or real ones) for my car. However, I have done a lot of research and reading up on them, so....


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I'm understanding that only the C5 Z06 rears at 18 X 10.5 rears or the C6 Z06 fronts in 18 X 10.5 will work with no clearance issues. Someone also said you had to Zip tie the hydraulic brake lines away from the wheels as well. Since I'm also interested in this setup, I hope someone can validate this information or give us the straight "skinny".
My understanding is that the C5 Z06 18x9.5 (+40mm offset) will fit the rear of our Camaros (with Brembos) without the use of any adapters or spacers. Yes, you will have to clamp back your emergency brake cables, which you will have to do with any 18" or smaller wheel. I'm not sure about the C6 wheels, but I would assume they would fit too (but I can't guarantee it). And yes, the bolt pattern on these is 5x4.75", and it will fit just fine. The difference is literally .03". If you not comfortable with the bolt pattern, then run some hubcentric rings with the wheels.

This place (http://www.wheelreplica.com/z06.html) used to sell a 18x10.5 (+53mm offset) that would also fit without any spacers or adapters. As seen here: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=174122

Mlee actually sold a few sets of them, but last I heard they were all gone, and that vendor was not planning on getting any more. I sure wish I would have bought a set of them when they were available!!! Maybe with enough "pressure", that wheel replica place will actually request some more???
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Don't think so... The offset is not right and requires a spacer. I used to have C6 ZO6 fronts and this was definitely the case.

what you have to tie back is the e-brake line.

Why not just get the vette replicas w/ the Camaro offsets
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=174122

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great info. im going to go get my c5 zo6 wheels off my c5 later tonigt,and see whats up.
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Dang Mike, you're quicker than me!!! That's what I get for being long-winded!!!
LOL... we actually had another place to get these from... I'll check and see..
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great info. im going to go get my c5 zo6 wheels off my c5 later tonigt,and see whats up.
The C5 ones I never tried but I think the guy that bought my car said that's what he was using so this may work.

As for C6 I did have them and even w/ a spacer we took a grinder to the back side of the spokes to get just a little more over the Brembos..
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LOL... we actually had another place to get these from... I'll check and see..
Thanks Mike!!! Let me know what you can find. I should have bought a set from you when you were selling them before!!! I'm such a dummy!!!
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I'm still in the don't-plan-to-get-nuts camp with my car, but I want to run some drag radials this year. That SuperChevy article link was interesting but 1.7's vs 1.8's I don't think there was much to get excited about in that article. I was hoping to see some 1.4's and 1.5's in there.

I think I'll run some 20" DR's this year and step up to some 17x10 based tires next year.

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I'm still in the don't plan to get nuts camp with my car, but I want to run some drag radials this year. That SuperChevy article link was interesting but 1.7's vs 1.8's I don't think there was much to get excited about in that article. I was hoping to see some 1.4's and 1.5's in there.

I think I'll run some 20" DR's this year and step up to some 17x10 based tires next year.

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No I agree, the NT05 look like they have addressed some of the 555 issues. the 555s are well known to not hook. Hopefully Nitto figured it out this time! I was referring to the 555s in my posts.
What's this? I just bought these GD 555's and there's newer model? Greaaat!
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