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    ^^^^^machine shop Though, the proper pulleys should simply fit??

    Nice results. You guys need to break into the 10s soon - our drag radials are getting bored. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mike@VAC Click here to enlarge
    ^^^^^machine shop Though, the proper pulleys should simply fit??

    Nice results. You guys need to break into the 10s soon - our drag radials are getting bored. Click here to enlarge

    there is a space on my kit that i was warned about. i thought it was propoganda, but its not. I varies from older to newer kits i believe.

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    CONGRATS on the Times LM, your car is moving!

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    That was my car in the vids. Its a DCT, ESS 625 kit with Gintani Catless exhaust and Borla mufflers. My meth was off all day since I discovered at a previous track sessions that its slow my car down out of the hole. Its very minor (less than 1/10). I did some minor weight reduction to stay in line with M33's car since he has lighter front wheels (BBS FI's) and a CF trunk. I took out approx 75lbs (passenger seats, rear seat head rests and bottom cushions). I did leave the rear seat backs in. I also wanted to make my car comparable in weight with the VAC car since they have race seats in the front. Yes, Lost Marine did break my 535 non intercooled record. Way to go Steve!

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    Thanks.. I sooooo wish that pulley would have fit


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    I would like to see some VF owners with the non intercooled kit challenge you....

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 1SICKM Click here to enlarge
    I would like to see some VF owners with the non intercooled kit challenge you....
    so would I! I dont think VF is into all the pulley swapping though, so we would just have to make sure boost is equal

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    Amazing runs man!

    You really proved that just because one starts off with an entry level kit, it's still very possible to have QUITE a bit of fun and achieve amazing results. I think we can all admit that seeing the huge builds on all the forums can be rather tempting, but it's nice to see someone start with a "lesser" kit and make great achievements!

    I can't wait to see what else you have planned! Hopefully you can have a bit more fun before our winters hit!

    On another, your car sounds down right menacing and brutal! I don't think I can even hear some of the others cars that you run, haha.

    Again, props to everyone going out there, pulling great times, and having fun!
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    How did you do in the in car tach overlay?

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    lol.. entire video was PG.. cant you tell? he was there i just chopped it up a bit more. that was in car from M33. I just wanted to get the timeslip in there since it dissapeared at the track

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    lol.. entire video was PG.. cant you tell? he was there i just chopped it up a bit more. that was in car from M33. I just wanted to get the timeslip in there since it dissapeared at the track
    I'm confused.

    Anyway, what happened to the slip?

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    yes, PG attended the event.

    The timeslip was unable to be located

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    The timeslip was unable to be located
    What it wandered off?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    yes, PG attended the event.
    Why would he be there?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by oldgixxer Click here to enlarge
    I should have checked dragtimes instead of listening to some random guy at the rental,so I stand corrected. 70 degree day in October w positive DA is not the norm for Atco and Im a bit disapointed it was not cooler but regadless I had a great time
    This works both ways 1) that tool the older fella had shows exact conditions in the spot u Stand in.2) Atco gets DA from a weather station 7 miles away which is not accurate but everyone refers to and so does Drag times .Now the way I look at it , I would rather use the tool especially if I'm trying to better my times.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Zenn0ne Click here to enlarge
    This works both ways 1) that tool the older fella had shows exact conditions in the spot u Stand in.2) Atco gets DA from a weather station 7 miles away which is not accurate but everyone refers to and so does Drag times .Now the way I look at it , I would rather use the tool especially if I'm trying to better my times.
    only if you have an agenda you mean.

    unless that tool is at every event , then it will never be accurate and repeatable. so you would have to have a long history of that tool and Dragtimes calc to offset your results.

    especially f your claiming to make more power in worse conditions, when your margin of error/variable w/ the kestrel and dragtimes DA calc is as large as the difference between the record and that specific day using DT DA calc

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    you have to keep some constants when comparing....i gotta agree with LM.
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    i should have brought my stuff, but i was out for fun. i didnt know there was scientific calculations involved in having a good time and just runing what ya brung

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