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tck
09-13-2010, 06:49 PM
looking for a new car who builds a good street stock chassis that doesnt have to be imca approved

ToddSmith16
09-13-2010, 07:04 PM
.I have a 2009 TCA for sale. Give me a call 217-741-1973. If your looking to buy new in central IL there is TCA and NightHawk.

tck
09-15-2010, 05:53 PM
anyone running a sleeper chassis how are they

stock car driver
09-15-2010, 06:46 PM
.I have a 2009 TCA for sale. Give me a call 217-741-1973. If your looking to buy new in central IL there is TCA and NightHawk.

Is your TCA IMCA legal minus the body seemed like your add was a pretty good deal a while ago.

I have two guys I race with wanting me to help them find good cars right now.

ToddSmith16
09-16-2010, 12:15 AM
...except for engine set back but that can be changed to IMCA legal with motor mounts and replacing cut out for fuel pump. It has extra long yoke with plenty of wiggle room to move back forward, so need to replace drive shaft. Minimal cost to switch to IMCA legal.

jjtb55
09-16-2010, 09:38 AM
i know alot of guys that run sleeper chassis and they do very well they had alot of wins this year and two champanships. call sleeper at 814-643-2969
he builds street stocks and bullitt late models.

Hillbilly Deluxe
09-16-2010, 05:32 PM
looking for a new car who builds a good street stock chassis that doesn't have to be imca approved

I think if you look at the Talley at the end of the year - Dave Kline Motorsports has a lot more wins in Western Pennsylvania then does Sleeper Chassis.

You better have deep pockets if you are going to buy a new chassis.

Where you live, it costs just as much, or even more to build and race a winning Street Stock then what it does to race a Late Model chassis.

tck
09-16-2010, 06:18 PM
ive never heard of dave kline can you give a little info on them

jjtb55
09-18-2010, 03:59 PM
sleeper chassis won FOUR championships this year

stock car driver
09-18-2010, 07:59 PM
Geez, I raced in heat race last night between the 9 of us we won over 60 features this year.

1 guy won 27 so far this year another 25. But Im not going to run out and buy the chassis they run it still comes down to driver and set up.

I chatted with a lot of guys last night were all over the place on set up. 40-200 bite, 49 rear to 55 rear.

cautrell05
09-18-2010, 08:23 PM
Geez, I raced in heat race last night between the 9 of us we won over 60 features this year.

1 guy won 27 so far this year another 25. But Im not going to run out and buy the chassis they run it still comes down to driver and set up.

I chatted with a lot of guys last night were all over the place on set up. 40-200 bite, 49 rear to 55 rear.

Heres how I look at it. In the stock car class all of the frame mounts except for the front upper control arm mounts are supposed to be in stock location. Provided they are, the only difference between any of them is how strong they are, how much they weigh and where they balance.
Even after that, Jeff is right, driver and setup determine how well it will work.

It is funny how much difference there is in setups between drivers. Just goes to show there is no perfect setup numbers.

Nick

slingindirtupstairs
09-19-2010, 07:20 PM
Set-ups are set for the driver as well as the car. I sold my car and when the other guy took it out, he wanted to know what i did because it wouldn't turn at all. I told him the only thing that changed was the driver!!