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    Is it time for a standard above 60-130 due to how powerful cars are getting?

    With cars becoming so powerful and 1/2 mile roll on competitions becoming more and more popular, I feel like 60-130 is becoming too short of a sprint.

    How many cars can hit 130 now fairly easily in the 1/4 mile? In a roll on 1/2 mile race 150 seems to be a speed routinely hit.

    What about 50-150? Or 60-150? Or 60-160?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    With cars becoming so powerful and 1/2 mile roll on competitions becoming more and more popular, I feel like 60-130 is becoming too short of a sprint.

    How many cars can hit 130 now fairly easily in the 1/4 mile? In a roll on 1/2 mile race 150 seems to be a speed routinely hit.

    What about 50-150? Or 60-150? Or 60-160?

    Thoughts?
    True you get there fast, but you need a little more room to go up to 160. It's a little hard for all the cars like 500whp it takes a while to be on it that long is shiesty lol.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    True you get there fast, but you need a little more room to go up to 160. It's a little hard for all the cars like 500whp it takes a while to be on it that long is shiesty lol.
    Well I would expect these to be reached legally...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Well I would expect these to be reached legally...
    LOL, I wish brotha.
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