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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-20-10, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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Advice for Running at the Track?

Well, we have a camera man and several guys that wanna run on test/tune day at Rock Falls on October 9 so the date is set! Ok, so I am thinking I will start the Mickeys at 26 psi and possibly work down in small increments. I need to find the sweet spot for flashing the 3800 stall which I may test out in a few days at an undisclosed location. I'm ditching the spare tire, jack, and maybe even the rubber floor mats. I'll probably remove the passenger side headlight considering the air box has been drilled. Can anyone think of anything else or give me any advice before or while I am sitting at the tree?

I am going to be very honest with ya. I will not be happy with 14s.

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Re: Advice for Running at the Track?

I know this sounds silly but practice is it Tree or Arm Drop ? if its Tree you can practice if its arm Drop go when the bugger's finger tip wiggle lol...a Good lunch will set you up also find your lane I know it sounds silly but some drivers and Cars hate the Wrong lane also pump Gas or Octane boosters ? what headers you using pipe set up Air flow wont be a problem if you have that set up right as you said then think of the air going out make sure you have the Air in to out set right and your car will run like a Champ also is it just test and Tune or are you Racing others I know again it sounds silly but when there is a competitor involved my times changed your mind set as well needs to be in Gear ( no pun ) all in all its 50% Driver 50% car..and I wish you the best of luck my good Man...and also a Good nights sleep will help..
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