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    Pro 220 heads

    Part number 223400020A
    220 cc angle plug, 64cc chamber. Roller springs. No studs or rockers. Titanium valves great shape and running steel heads. 800 obo or open to trades.

    Ran these a few times...
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    Pro 220 heads

    Part number 223400020A
    220 cc angle plug, 64cc chamber. Roller springs. No studs or rockers. Titanium valves great shape and running steel heads. 800 obo or open to trades.

    Ran these a few times...
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    Pro 220 heads

    Part number 223400020A
    220 cc angle plug, 64cc chamber. Roller springs. No studs or rockers. Titanium valves great shape and running steel heads. 800 obo or open to trades.

    Ran these a few times...
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    As a driver, and not a big name, this seems like...

    As a driver, and not a big name, this seems like it could be very humbling to see your name in the bargain bin...
  5. Thread: Race fuel

    by zeroracing
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    Race fuel

    What is everybody using this year? I have been a strong VP late model plus guy but its pretty steep these days, anybody run Base or Sunoco and like it?
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    Rules require a lip at the top.

    Rules require a lip at the top.
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    Wehrs, and I am sure others makes a nice 1" wheel...

    Wehrs, and I am sure others makes a nice 1" wheel spacer just like the 2", separate set of studs. Better option that running long studs and spacers.
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    I would go to an SHP block, I have one in my...

    I would go to an SHP block, I have one in my steel block limited car. It has held up well and is pretty light for an iron block. I have never used PBM blocks, but dart has a great reputation.
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    It was wheatland, the tire was pointed hard left...

    It was wheatland, the tire was pointed hard left the whole b main and he stomped them.
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    I did a jd2, model 32. Then used swag off-road...

    I did a jd2, model 32. Then used swag off-road for the ram upgrade and a digital angle finde. Love it.
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    I guess I fail to see a problem. Right now a guy...

    I guess I fail to see a problem. Right now a guy can live the dream, the crowd can show up at 3 and see some guys try to make a name for themselves. If you want a shorter race night, go down to...
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    Ultraforce has new models coming out at the dome...

    Ultraforce has new models coming out at the dome and PRI. Including automated and improved displays. Will be in the Wehrs machine booth.
  13. I like the PCD cars myself, drove one this summer...

    I like the PCD cars myself, drove one this summer a few times was very happy with it.
  14. I also have never seen a rule book allow anything...

    I also have never seen a rule book allow anything other than a 1.5Ē bar in the doors.

    My 99 Swartz had reverse mount struts on it.
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    Yes, it was the welders fault, but showed the...

    Yes, it was the welders fault, but showed the flaw in chromoly in that people can easily screw it up.
  16. I am confused and want to know so I can check my...

    I am confused and want to know so I can check my own car. Which bar was the rule change on? The door bars have always been 1.5" tubing, same as main hoop. I don't remember a bar behind the driver...
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    I have not been a fan of the chromoly chassis,...

    I have not been a fan of the chromoly chassis, other than rocket which seemed to have a good reputation. Local guy had a major name brand mod chassis at the time, which is still in business. It was a...
  18. Thread: Ricky Weiss

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    I am a stickler, nobody is drilling a hole on any...

    I am a stickler, nobody is drilling a hole on any tube on the car. Not to mention unless you had a hole on every bar your checking it makes no sense. They make non distructive testing methods, we...
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    Sullivan flipped a car doing the same thing last...

    Sullivan flipped a car doing the same thing last year. He won the points for the series he did it in if I remember correct...
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    What should one expect to pay for track rental?...

    What should one expect to pay for track rental? Is it a few hundred or a few thousand...
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    Yes racing is expensive but another thing to...

    Yes racing is expensive but another thing to remember is that for many guys racing a late model at a national level means getting beat badly 95% of the time and traveling days out of the week. Racing...
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    This is another area where having a crew comes...

    This is another area where having a crew comes into play. Most the big guys have real crews, but many local or even regional guys itís whomever they can talk into coming tonight. Something to keep in...
  23. He went back to hit the suppression system. The...

    He went back to hit the suppression system. The track did not seem too concerned with the safety of the kid or protecting the family's investment. Cant blame a guy for trying when they were just...
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    Find James Ince on facebook.

    Find James Ince on facebook.
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    Itís a great way to pass the time. When your starting out, and on the lower license just try not to crash you will get good results.
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