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Old 08-02-2013, 11:47 AM   #1
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MT et Drags, and MT et Street Question

Hello, I have a set of 255/60/15 et streets, and 26x10x15 et drags.
Question is, I have been running the Streets, and my 60 foot is low, mostly due to my local track not prepping well, with that said, I want to know, would I be better off with the et Drags? I already have them, so might as well use them. Oh and my car is a 2012 gt auto, it runs 12.0's with a 1.9 sixty foot, and I will be adding 100 shot of nitrous my next trip out!! thanks guys
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They should do much better. Get some heat in them and spray off the line. They'll hold
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You should be doing better 60's than that. heat up the ET drags by doing a good 10 second burnout in second. are your tires old? They may have just lost the sticky in them if they are old and to many heat cycles.
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He said he is in an auto...so don't do your burnout I. 2nd keep it in drive make sure adv trac is completely off and the rev to about 1200 Rpms (break point) and then hammer it off the line you should not be spinning my best 60 with the et streets in my 11 5.0 was 1.82

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What are your current mods?
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Drag radials love heat and low psi, so empty that air and heat them up!
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both your tires are slicks correct? if so, set the tire pressure at 16 psi cold and work your way down from there about a 1/2 PSI at a time. once the tires start excessively spinning bring the PSI back up a pound. practice and get a couple runs in at each interval.
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