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  1. #1
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    NHRA now allows mods on 08s and newer up to 9.99/135mph

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    Game changer.

    Too bad it doesn't apply to my elderly 06.

    I'll most likely be over 135 next time I hit the track anyway
    06 BB MSRT8 : Forged 393/2.9L Whipple w/ Stand-Alone 8-Rib Belt, 3" Pulley, 20 PSI/Cam & Heads/102mm TB/Ice Box/Fore Dual-Pump Fueling System, E85/1300cc Injectors/SHR War Viking/ProTorque TC - 3000 Stall/DSS Driveshaft & Axles/3.55 Wavetrac LSD/Mopar TCM/JBA Mids/Lakewoods - 50/50 Rear, 70/30 Front/Demon Killer Springs/Wilwood 15" brake conversion/Weld S71s - 15" beadlock rears, 17" fronts/Mickey Thompson ET Street R 275/60R15 rear, Sportsman S/R 28 x 6 - 17 front

    818 HP/784 TQ/10.101 @ 137.64 MPH



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  2. #2
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    The only problem is the 135mph, most cars that fit this run faster than 135 at mid to low 10's...
    MoparMinion is my 2006 Top Bananuh (intentionally spelled wrong) #2915, Best ET 14.10

    Drag Racer at heart, but more a racer than a mechanic...
    Previous/Current Cars worth mentioning: 1981 Fairmont Wagon - 10.45 (current racecar), 2013 Mustang GT M6 - 12.79, 2013 EcoBoost Flex -14.36, 2001 Mustang GT - 13.21, 07 cbr600rr - 10.73, Suzuki Hayabusa - 10.79 (spun every pass), 1986 Mustang GT - 14.01, 1968 Impala - 13.92, 1972 Cutlass S - 14.11

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    The only reason for the high mph is because these cars are heavy and need power adders to get there.
    My 70 Duster ran 9.90 @ 135, it had a slow 1.40 60'. Safety gear and license made the jump 1 tenth expensive.
    These cars are likely safer crashing than an old car with a cage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen440 View Post
    The only reason for the high mph is because these cars are heavy and need power adders to get there.
    My 70 Duster ran 9.90 @ 135, it had a slow 1.40 60'. Safety gear and license made the jump 1 tenth expensive.
    These cars are likely safer crashing than an old car with a cage.
    ^^^ #1 reason I will never run better than a 10.0
    MoparMinion is my 2006 Top Bananuh (intentionally spelled wrong) #2915, Best ET 14.10

    Drag Racer at heart, but more a racer than a mechanic...
    Previous/Current Cars worth mentioning: 1981 Fairmont Wagon - 10.45 (current racecar), 2013 Mustang GT M6 - 12.79, 2013 EcoBoost Flex -14.36, 2001 Mustang GT - 13.21, 07 cbr600rr - 10.73, Suzuki Hayabusa - 10.79 (spun every pass), 1986 Mustang GT - 14.01, 1968 Impala - 13.92, 1972 Cutlass S - 14.11



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