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Old 10-07-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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posting my track numbers

Ok i was at gainesville today with my basically stock 05 gt 5 speed ( tune on 93 and axleback) on a hot and humid 90 degree temp my best pass was a14.3 @99 with a 2.3 60 foot..(had 2 other passes a 14.35 & 14.7.my slow pass was a missed powershift to 3rd idk why i tried i got greedy)..these cars are much harder to launch then anticipated my fox was much easier. Im upset i wanted a 13 second pass but couldnt pull it off. Powershifted 2nd not 3rd on my best pass.....next time i hope to have no cats and drag radials and a cold air and colder weather for a 13.5
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Gainesville raceway ..
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Looks like the DR's will help you out a lot. It will get you 60ft times down and of course, drop your 1/4 times.
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Gainesville raceway ..
Yea track prep was actually really good heat just killed me :/

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Looks like the DR's will help you out a lot. It will get you 60ft times down and of course, drop your 1/4 times.
Yea i really needed um. im very disapointed needless to say
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Old 10-07-2012, 09:18 PM   #5
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Where do u live i use to live off. Of sw archer rd

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But moved back to nys
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Where do u live i use to live off. Of sw archer rd

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But moved back to nys
I live in orange park up in jax and im also from ny (long island)...ive been down here a few years now
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