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Famoso Test & Tune Sept 24, 2016


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Old 09-26-2016, 12:54 PM
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Perhaps I can convince my nephew to have his bday party at the strip.
HAHA. My wife suggested we move our daughters bday party this past Saturday to the round track down the road since the little one and her both love those small races.
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I tried, little shit is 13 going on 30. Told me we could go if he gets to drive. Good luck with the tuning issue man. Hopefully it's an easy fix, I'm eager to know what that thing can do. Hopefully next time you have it out I can make it.
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..... to pick up 35.88 mph on the back half is huge.
These passes were still on the 91 octane street tune. The drifting on the high end may be the fact that I still have radial tires on my 18X7 Bogart front wheels, I am have a set of 18x 4.75 Bogart rims being made so I can run the M&H front runner bias ply tires. The tuning will be addressed, eliminate the stumble, get fresh M&H 30" tall cheater slicks ......and next time we will go for the ET improvement, the power on the high end is sure there.

That mph on the back half is insane, you must be stoked about getting a clean pass in.

Are you going with a 26 or 28" front runner ? I think the 26 is load rated at 945 and the 28 at 1325 if I recall correctly. I'm sure you've done your homework, just inquiring....keep the shiny side up.
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28" tall M&H front runner, bias ply. Bogart 4.75x18 to match the rear 10x 16 wheels.
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Congrats on your new top speed. You got all winter to get the tune perfected good luck unleashing this engine in the spring. It's pretty impressive that with tuning hiccups it's gaining so much on the back end. Can't wait to see what you can do when it's dialed in.
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Trainman's gonna be out there hurting some feelings next year. All the lightning owners in the valley better step their game up.
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28" tall M&H front runner, bias ply. Bogart 4.75x18 to match the rear 10x 16 wheels.
Damn, 10x16 rears? What's that, 18 inches on tread?

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Damn, 10x16 rears? What's that, 18 inches on tread?

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16" is the wheel diameter, 10" is the wheel width , slick is 11" wide.

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Old slicks are garbage.
Why does it just stumble in first is weird.
The tune has no idea what gear you are in???
Like it's under more of a load ..... Still very weird for sure
I would make zero suspension changes until you have new slicks
Old slicks will have you chasing your tail definitely a wrench you don't want thrown in the equation
The back half mph is very telling of what this thing will do.
Stay positive stay focused and we will see you out there next year buddy.
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