I wrapped up last year clicking off a new personal best in the big body with a 9.2 @ 154mph on a 1.4x 60' and was super pleased to say the least.
Lately I've really been thinking more and more about safety equipment before going back out there and turning the boost up and shooting for 8s. As it sits, I have no cage in the car which at this point is a no brainer... I shouldn't have pushed it this far without one.
The other nagging concern in the front of my mind is having the clutch/flywheel let go catastrophically and cutting through the floor while launching the **** out of a 4,000lb sedan. With a McLeod RXT launching on 28" slicks, how valid is my concern? Has anyone done a reinforced/blast proof trans tunnel? The blast proof Quick time bell housing is not an option for my application unfortunately....
Would just like to have some discussion on this as I haven't seen it talked about much.