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Old 02-17-2011, 10:09 PM   #1
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Installed my Moroso studs and threw on my drag pack to hit the track tomorrow...

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Details on that drag pack please!
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Thats gonna save some rotating weight. Looks good
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17" Greg Welds... rears are about 10lbs lighter then stock and the fronts are about 20lbs lighter. 275/40 17 MT ET Street Radials out back.

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Thats pretty close to the weight difference between my stocker and DP.
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Looks pretty badass
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Thats pretty close to the weight difference between my stocker and DP.
DP?

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Looks pretty badass
Thanks!

Was enough traction to cut a new best 60' and go 128MPH today!
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WOW!!!

still on the 100?
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WOW!!!

still on the 100?
Yeah... car is a bit lighter now with a bit more tire under it.

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Sexy.. What wheels are those?
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are those wheels safe for a daily? I like this look more than "stylish" wheels. more old muscle car look to it.
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Thanks, they are the Greg Weld ProLite wheels.

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are those wheels safe for a daily? I like this look more than "stylish" wheels. more old muscle car look to it.
They are, its just if you want to put up with skinnies and drag radials on the street everyday. Put normal tires on them and should be fine for a daily.

I agree on the look! Debating on that color ring though.

You will have to swap out the studs to run them. The stock lugs are slightly too big but the Moroso studs are plenty strong and about a mm thinnner. Cost to swap studs was about $50 from Jegs and you also need new lugs which was another $30 or so.
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Also of note is that the Pedders suspension worked well on the track. I had to take the Eibach springs off due to the impact on my 60', with stock springs in the rear my 60' dropped back down lower then with the Eibachs. I was slightly worried that I would have to swap the rear springs back to stock again with the Pedders but they aren't as stiff as the Eibachs. I cut a 1.57 60' with the current setup which is fine with me!
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