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Unread 2010-07-26, 12:47 AM   #26
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How many have been booted off the kcir dragstip or another? I did last night and even slowed the car down.lol
yeah i got booted off kcir for running 11.38 with my old camaro i sprayed the hell out of it and then the next night at heartland park for the samething and melted down 4 pistons lol maybe 250 shot was to much
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Not booted but told to slow down or get a cage....
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mid 12's @ 122
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Been booted many many times.

My car going 10.80's with no safety stuff
The TT G8 going 11.00 with no safety stuff
The F2 Corvette going low 9's with no safety stuff.

I am always nice to whom ever talks to me about it, cause I know they are doing their jobs.

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Been booted many many times.

My car going 10.80's with no safety stuff
The TT G8 going 11.00 with no safety stuff
The F2 Corvette going low 9's with no safety stuff.

I am always nice to whom ever talks to me about it, cause I know they are doing their jobs.

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Or you could just do 14's at 130+.
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what is required for a 12.50 to 13.5 pass
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what is required for a 12.50 to 13.5 pass
Around 300-350 hp in a 3500lb car
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Around 300-350 hp in a 3500lb car

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i mean safety equipment
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i mean safety equipment
Sorry, couldn't resist....

A helmet.

IF you are running slicks, a driveshaft safety loop too. I'm not sure though how one would work on a MN12 chassis since the driveshaft runs between the floorpan and the gas tank.
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Your wheel studs have to thread completely through your lug nuts if you are running slicks as well.
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Might have to wear a fire jacket if you have a aftermarket blower on the car.
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yea i looked at doing a driveshaft loop. but there isn't a place to mount one.There is a stock one at the the rear end. But it doesn't protect the floorboard only from the driveshaft hitting the ground. Im still using a stock blower. It's a 95 blower with coated rotors and a s-port from eaton with a magnum powers inlet plenum.
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