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    Id call it a larger 1/4 mile. I won the street...

    Id call it a larger 1/4 mile. I won the street stock race in 2010 or 2011. The boy I gave that huge trophy to should be racing there by now!
  2. 900 800 275 250 150 bite no lead behind the...

    900 800
    275 250

    150 bite
    no lead behind the rear axle
    start with all your lead in one big pile about shoulder height, not spread around. the weight cant transfer if its spread all over

    Imca...
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    It wasnt full enough then... It needs to be to...

    It wasnt full enough then... It needs to be to the top of the rim at a minimum.
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    Built ALL my own cars. Whats there to explain...

    Built ALL my own cars.

    Whats there to explain you run a rf organic pad?
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    sure, your turning left just put some water in...

    sure, your turning left

    just put some water in your left rear tire
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    hawk blacks on rear and left front.

    hawk blacks on rear and left front.
  7. you gain more side bite on the rs tires more...

    you gain more side bite on the rs tires

    more leverage on the lr for driving forward also, like using a pry bar the longer it is....
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    your a idiot congrats you made my ignore list,...

    your a idiot congrats you made my ignore list, seen enough of your stupid posts on here, why not go get a hobby this isnt yahoo chat this is all but dead forum for help what was your last user name...
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    Grooves in the rotor would give you MORE surface...

    Grooves in the rotor would give you MORE surface area and more braking..

    ------------ normal rotor

    grooves on a lathe ---^--^--^-- GAINING surface area
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    Car sitting at ride height all set up, just stick...

    Car sitting at ride height all set up, just stick your tape in from underneath in the middle of the spring.

    if you run soft front springs, you will need 250-275 straight across the rear.. the...
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    thats stiff but lots of people use that I...

    thats stiff but lots of people use that

    I spent a lot of time on my car installing springs until I had 2 inches of compressed spring so my spring would have stored energy and transfer weight to...
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    You need pad material over the piston, you dont...

    You need pad material over the piston, you dont need any out on the ends unless your rules dont allow grinding the pads.
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    I had better engine parts wear when I went to a...

    I had better engine parts wear when I went to a hp pump not hv...

    I would think at that psi and hv your adding a lot of heat into that oil..
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    I only siped in circumference and let my screw...

    I only siped in circumference and let my screw grinder do the cross sipes much more shallow and after each time on the track.

    My thought was the faster you go around the corners (4 corners and 2...
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    yes I always cut them down on the rf, since 1997,...

    yes I always cut them down on the rf, since 1997, I also always ran organic on the rf.. dirt and pavement racing.
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    yep ghost town for sure, I check back every few...

    yep ghost town for sure, I check back every few months and always see the few that are replying dont know wtf they are even talking about.


    When most of your posts are in late model gossip or...
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    I see now you are on a new user name and most of...

    I see now you are on a new user name and most of your posts are in the whiney tailgate/late model forum where you all gossip like hens..

    And your tech in this thread is nothing but misinformation....
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    Welcome to the forum... I quoted your post...

    Welcome to the forum...

    I quoted your post with misinformation, apparently it is you can not read and comprehend at the same time and you are also a dumb as.
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    28-32 timing for vortecs, I have never seen a...

    28-32 timing for vortecs, I have never seen a vortec make more power above 33 degrees on a chassis dyno with motors from 9-1 compression to 15.5-1.
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    GM vortec heads are NOT aluminum... And vortecs...

    GM vortec heads are NOT aluminum... And vortecs have a thinner lw casting than earlier model heads period. The newer model ones are actually thinner yet.
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    no not needed or good on the rear, they will...

    no not needed or good on the rear, they will cause you more issues than doing good.
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    search my name see if enough of my posts are...

    search my name see if enough of my posts are still visible to help you.

    I assume your racing and not talking about a dump truck, but your front spring rates seem like a dump truck

    If you want...
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    ez bend 90 Ive built right at 90 cages with...

    ez bend 90

    Ive built right at 90 cages with it.
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    lr high rr low wt jack bolt doesnt matter as...

    lr high rr low

    wt jack bolt doesnt matter as has already been said, the top spring cup height will matter and make a noticeable difference
  25. 16 13 the lower the rr upper mount the more it...

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    the lower the rr upper mount the more it will load onto the spring vs shear over it

    Since everyone builds the mounts the same left to right the spring height is the way to fix it.
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