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- wondah whooooaman-
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FRYNTYR wrote:
gotago wrote:
FRYNTYR wrote:

Great job Craig.

I red lite .040 first round on a 10.26 on a 10.21 dial. Got my power back from the broken valve spring netting 131.4 mph


Too fast on the transbrake button? 


 No trans brake on the WN. Foot brake only. 


 Ah, ok.  Between you and Mike, I lose track of what has whichbiggrin



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gotago wrote:
sevent1nomad wrote:

Today was a great day at Bremerton. Six rounds of car club where I had to run down Don Berry and his 18 second 6 cylinder camaro. Double break out on the brakes for the win. I was good to see Daryl and Mike.


6 rounds for the win ain't too shabby!!  What was your dial for the finals? 


 Dialed 13.32 ran a 13.27 on the brakes and lifting. Where that came from is a mystery! 



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sevent1nomad wrote:
gotago wrote:
sevent1nomad wrote:

Today was a great day at Bremerton. Six rounds of car club where I had to run down Don Berry and his 18 second 6 cylinder camaro. Double break out on the brakes for the win. I was good to see Daryl and Mike.


6 rounds for the win ain't too shabby!!  What was your dial for the finals? 


 Dialed 13.32 ran a 13.27 on the brakes and lifting. Where that came from is a mystery! 


 Holy shit!  What was the MOV?



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http://www.chevelles.com/showroom/data/500/breakout.JPG


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his 95 Camaro LT1, near stock. Pretty damn impressive!

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LaVelle wrote:

The ARB works great, car launches nice and flat without squatting.

Had a oil filter explosion, replaced the filter and oil.

Pressure was ok on initial refire.

Made a pass.

Engine was hurt, only ran a 13.52 @89 and died when I let off after the traps.

The engine is hurt real bad now, need to tear into it to see how bad the carnage is.

But there was good results from the suspension changes, and my old ass can still cut a light, had a .003 reaction time.


 Any word on the carnage?



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gotago wrote:
LaVelle wrote:

The ARB works great, car launches nice and flat without squatting.

Had a oil filter explosion, replaced the filter and oil.

Pressure was ok on initial refire.

Made a pass.

Engine was hurt, only ran a 13.52 @89 and died when I let off after the traps.

The engine is hurt real bad now, need to tear into it to see how bad the carnage is.

But there was good results from the suspension changes, and my old ass can still cut a light, had a .003 reaction time.


 Any word on the carnage?


Not as of yet. I'm still a little off whack from everything.

Car is covered and sitting in the garage for now.

Need to make money for repairs and I have another 454 build going on for someone else, so I don't have the space for teardown and inspection.

 

 



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