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Old 10-02-2017, 01:03 AM
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I look forward to seeing some track times out of these cars.
12.19 at 114.2 mph is my best so far on a 1.82 60', had a helluva head wind at the track(20-30mph) that probably costed me 2mph. Ive been faster in the 1/4 at 115.6 MPH and have had a better 60' with a 1.76...still working on my foot work and had a brand new set of ET street bias that where sticking quite well. Will see what next year brings.



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Hard to get past babying the 10 bolt.
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That nbm looks good with those dark stars!
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Nice job. I have a ten bolt girdle if you need one...
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Originally Posted by HioSSilver View Post
That nbm looks good with those dark stars!
What he said!

Remove all seats, add kirkey driver seat, hello 11's. For the sake of "staying stock", it'd be interesting to see what a set of 241 heads and 98 cam would do for you
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He has the "98" cam already just no 241's which doesn't really matter
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Nice job. I have a ten bolt girdle if you need one...
Already have a LPW one MM, thanks
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What he said!

Remove all seats, add kirkey driver seat, hello 11's. For the sake of "staying stock", it'd be interesting to see what a set of 241 heads and 98 cam would do for you
Im quite curtain shell run an 11 as it sits, just need to work on my foot work and run on a calm day.
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Im quite curtain shell run an 11 as it sits, just need to work on my foot work and run on a calm day.
I'd agree
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Lol at 30mph headwind
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Lol at 30mph headwind
screan cap from a text I sent by buddy the day before.

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How much does the camaro weigh dressed on the dark stars?
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Originally Posted by Tuskyz28 View Post
How much does the camaro weigh dressed on the dark stars?
3225ish, last time it was 3254 with the OE zr1 wheels and drag radials, the race stars and ET streets should be 10lbs lighter per wheel and i swiss cheesed my front bumper rebar which should be good for 10lbs or a bit more, im 250 but looking to get a bit closer to 200 over the winter.
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It also didn't help that, despite people getting to the track by the 9:30 am start time, they waited until 11:30 am before letting cars go down the track. By then the sun came out and the wind was worse.....I waited all year for that day of redemption and the officials just threw away cool conditions with minimal wind.
So does that mean in spring when the weather is cool, they will also wait till noon again until the track "heats up?"
Highly disappointed in the track this year. Good thing I didn't show up with any nitrous as it would have been pointless.
I dead hooked last year every single time on used 255/50/16 et streets (not sure if SS). This year (same size 255/50/16 et street but bought this year new, SS style) I didn't get one clean footbrake stalled pass despite not making much more power than last year.
1.65 60 ft last year with a 3000 stall 9.5" fti
1.66 60 ft this year with a 3800 stall 9.5" fti.
Brutal...hopefully things change.

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It also didn't help that, despite people getting to the track by the 9:30 am start time, they waited until 11:30 am before letting cars go down the track. By then the sun came out and the wind was worse.....I waited all year for that day of redemption and the officials just threw away cool conditions with minimal wind.
So does that mean in spring when the weather is cool, they will also wait till noon again until the track "heats up?"
Highly disappointed in the track this year. Good thing I didn't show up with any nitrous as it would have been pointless.
I dead hooked last year every single time on used 255/50/16 et streets (not sure if SS). This year (same size 255/50/16 et street but bought this year new, SS style) I didn't get one clean footbrake stalled pass despite not making much more power than last year.
1.65 60 ft last year with a 3000 stall 9.5" fti
1.66 60 ft this year with a 3800 stall 9.5" fti.
Brutal...hopefully things change.
Track sucked this year. They were trying to make it better but accomplished the opposite.

Every time I've been there they just seem to putter around and open the lanes around 11.
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Originally Posted by TheeCamaroKid View Post
3225ish, last time it was 3254 with the OE zr1 wheels and drag radials, the race stars and ET streets should be 10lbs lighter per wheel and i swiss cheesed my front bumper rebar which should be good for 10lbs or a bit more, im 250 but looking to get a bit closer to 200 over the winter.
Is that all you have done as far as weight reduction was the Swiss cheese mod ? Do the car have a aftermarket K member, A arms etc?
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Originally Posted by big hammer View Post
Track sucked this year. They were trying to make it better but accomplished the opposite.

Every time I've been there they just seem to putter around and open the lanes around 11.
hoping baseline delivers next year, just wish it was 1/4 mile

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Is that all you have done as far as weight reduction was the Swiss cheese mod ? Do the car have a aftermarket K member, A arms etc?
Stock K member and A arms, Tubular torque arm and lower control arms and PH bar. Usual suspects for weight reduction...spare tire and jack, light weight battery, drag pack and hole sawed the front bumper rebar


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How many pounds do the Swiss cheese mod knock off ?
Do the car still have heat and air?
Cloth car or leather car ?
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You can typically get 8-10lb out of each of the bumper supports depending on how much cheese you want.

The difference in weight between a cloth vs leather seat is minimal. About 6lb total for the entire set on a camaro. I've weighed cloth vs leather. Power seat is about 6lb difference vs none power.
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Originally Posted by HioSSilver View Post
You can typically get 8-10lb out of each of the bumper supports depending on how much cheese you want.

The difference in weight between a cloth vs leather seat is minimal. About 6lb total for the entire set on a camaro. I've weighed cloth vs leather. Power seat is about 6lb difference vs none power.
Hio-I just find it amazing that the car weigh 32XX with the factory SS hood, stock K member and A arms. Hell I thought Z28 cars tend to be lighter than SS cars. Well anyway that's a badass mod (Swiss chesse) and I would love to see a write up on how to do it.
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