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Old 09-02-2005, 09:44 AM
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I will repost as I didn't know there was an exact format.

11.77 / 114 1995 2500 2wd X-Cab B,E,F,G,H,I,K,M,N,W,X,Z
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updated again...thanks for posting the format...it makes it much simpler than researching the members to get their info!

can we get a sticky for this?
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Old 09-02-2005, 11:23 PM
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Holy Cow!!!

We have some serious running rigs here! i need to get my **** to the track! and some more BOMBS

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9.04 in the 1/8 is about a 14.3 in the 1/4.

my toy (see sig) ran that time in the 1/8, and it came out to roughly 14.3 1/4 mile time.
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Well she needs a bit of traction but the MPH is there!(Would be a lot better but the speed limiter keeps kicking in about 100yrds from the trap!)

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Old 09-04-2005, 11:15 AM
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Talking

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What about the 10 second club? Too short a list?

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2004.5 3500 4x4 4 door auto 15.5 sec @ 87.0mph D,E,I
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Old 09-11-2005, 05:37 PM
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15.7 sec in the 1/4 mile @ 86.6 mph

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14.65 @ 92.5 89 D250 RCLB 2x4 Auto E, G-3200, I, T, X-POD's
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I will update with proper codes. I did not see a code for stacked adjustable boxes like my Hot Juice and EZ. Thanks for the time and effort.

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updated slip. 1999 2500 QCSB 4X4 13.05 @ 100.27
A,B,E,I,T,S,X150,Z
It was 83 degrees and 96% humidity and the highest I could launch without spinning all 4 tires was a 15 pound launch. I'm waiting for cooler weather and 40% humidity to go back and collect my 12 second slips.
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Originally Posted by mcoleman
updated slip. 1999 2500 QCSB 4X4 13.05 @ 100.27
A,B,E,I,T,S,X150,Z
It was 83 degrees and 96% humidity and the highest I could launch without spinning all 4 tires was a 15 pound launch. I'm waiting for cooler weather and 40% humidity to go back and collect my 12 second slips.

No wonder it was hard to get traction, with 96% humidity it must have been coming down in buckets!!!
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It was coming off of me in buckets anyway. Unfortunately that's the norm for us in the summer months. It was 93% this morning when I got up. Makes it hard for me to get enthused about going to the track until fall arrives.
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Originally Posted by mcoleman
It was coming off of me in buckets anyway. Unfortunately that's the norm for us in the summer months. It was 93% this morning when I got up. Makes it hard for me to get enthused about going to the track until fall arrives.
Oh, it just looked funny to me. A real humid day in NC is around 65%, usually the closer you get to 100% humidity means it's raining. Maybe I got it wrong.
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