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Old 04-13-2012, 12:23 AM   #1
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Default 2010 L99 vs 2011 LS3

I ran a stick car tonight with the same mods as me, he had a 200 lb passenger. He got a vid but its too large to email, so I'm trying to see if he can upload to photobucket or whatever.

L99, cai, tune, lts

LS3, cai, tune lts

Run 1 was from a 20 roll, primetime for my first gear, not so much his as his trans gearing is much taller than the 6l80. We hit it and I pull out a car almost instantly, and by 150 I had about 5 cars on him, granted I had an awesome start and pulled most of that quickly, then he stopped the pull around 100 or so for the most part.

Run 2 we went from 35, 2nd gear start for me, 1st for him. We hit it and he pulls out about a half a car, shifts and I started to pull some. I got out about 2 cars and it stayed there till about 135 where he started to slowly inch up to about 1.5 cars back and we lifted about 145.
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Sounds like he needs a driver mod. Good runs
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Old 04-13-2012, 09:57 AM   #3
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Ya driver mod for shure, good kill though man!
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