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Old 09-10-2008, 09:45 PM
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Oh, and the second picture is the last time that the car started moving under it's own power.
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11.3@123mph on 195/75/14" whitewalls. Yes, 195s!
11.2 on the big giant slicks. What's the point? Maybe I'll go back to the whitewalls. They are lighter and have less rolling resistance.
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:14 PM
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Check out how I abused the whitewalls in the first pic. I think the driver's front tire almost came off the ground on that launch!
There are ALOT of other pictures on there from this weekend. Pretty cool. I don't get to watch the races much, but it is good when they post up these pictures.

http://www.davemilcarek.com/083108/p...201S%20033.htm
http://www.davemilcarek.com/083108/p...201D%20078.htm
Not that's what I'm talking..... what happened to the wire spoked wheel cover on the first pic?
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Old 09-11-2008, 04:06 PM
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Not that's what I'm talking..... what happened to the wire spoked wheel cover on the first pic?
I couldn't find the bolts that hold them on, so I didn't put them back on.
When I put the slicks on I just used those hub caps and bolts.
Of course there were some V8 guys running around with the dog dish hubcaps. So I probably could have gotten away with it. Better safe than sorry, and also: "Them's the rules!"
I will make sure that I have them for the next outing. Hopefully, Cecil.
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11.3@123mph on 195/75/14" whitewalls. Yes, 195s!
11.2 on the big giant slicks. What's the point? Maybe I'll go back to the whitewalls. They are lighter and have less rolling resistance.
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