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Old 07-18-2013, 02:45 AM   #1
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How to get a good 60 ft

What can I do to get a 1.6-1.8 60 FT


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upper and lower rear control arms
Subframe connectors
Sticky tires
90/10 struts
50/50 Shocks
Battery relocate
And launching 3-4k

I've been to the track with just drag radials launching around 1-2k and I've been getting 2.0-2.4 60fts ..

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I was able to get a 1.8 with coilovers, arms, sway bar and sticky Hoosiers
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:21 AM   #3
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Best way is get a good weight transfer off the line and spin the tires least as possible. Stiffer rear suspension all ways helps and the stickiest tires possible. If you have drag radials don't be afraid to heat them up because that gets them nice and sticky. In my 5.0, I launch around 1800-2k also but I got a good feel for feathering the clutch out. I didn't have drag radials and I was able to get a 2.1 60ft. I'm confident I could break 2 seconds with nicer tires.
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