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Goehner last won the day on January 29

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About Goehner

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  1. That is pretty cool.
  2. 21k is a decent trade in value, I wouldn't sweat it.
  3. Challengers have dropped in value a crap ton since the Hellcat came out. If you are lucky 25,000.
  4. Well, maybe for the Mahle drop in pistons on the first engine. But the 2nd engine was a cam bearing issue.
  5. When I had a D1 Procharger on a 426 at 12 PSI, with big red race valve, it was fucking awesome. I kept blowing shit up, not the Prochargers fault though.
  6. I know of one person that can not run his Kenne Bell more than once down the track without needing to cool it off.
  7. My P1SC and D1SC did not have an independent belt. There may be an option, but I am not familiar with it.
  8. Just a better overall package. The Kenne Bell will heat soak like Al Gores global warming bullshit.
  9. http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article197241804.html January 29, 2018 02:14 PM Updated January 29, 2018 02:14 PM A 23-year-old Overland Park man died Sunday evening in a crash with a forklift in Silver Lake, Kan. The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office on Monday identified the victim as Daniel V. Martinez. The crash occurred about 6:20 p.m. Sunday in the 100 block of West Railroad Street in Silver Lake, which is about 10 miles west of Topeka on U.S. Route 24. Martinez was headed east in an orange Dodge Challenger when the car crossed the center line and struck a large forklift parked off the north side of the road. No other vehicles were involved, according to the sheriff’s office.
  10. http://www.stltoday.com/news/world/felony-taking-of-a-motor-vehicle/html_b21d41e1-d44c-5394-930f-f5ad92094192.html A Hattiesburg man is behind bars after stealing a grey 2018 Dodge Challenger from Beach Boulevard. Biloxi police arrested 35-year-old Terry Graham for the felony taking of a motor vehicle. According to officials, the victim reported his Challenger stolen from the 800 block of Beach Boulevard and officers quickly notified agencies of the theft. D’Iberville police attempted to make contact with the vehicle, which fled westbound on I-10. Graham then lost control of the vehicle near Cedar Lake Road and then fled the scene on foot and was taken into custody with the assistance of a police k-9. His bond is set at $50,000.
  11. This ^^^^^^^^
  12. I have run slicks with 500 to 700 at the rear wheels, and they are always consistent and never spin. Many have good luck with drag radials with high HP, but I always have spin at the track when running DR's. Probably driver error, but it is what it is. Downside to slicks is changing them out at the track, but really only takes about 15 minutes to swap with a cordless impact.
  13. http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Driver-slams-into-side-of-Metro-bus-in-Houston-12520922.php Two people were taken to the hospital after a motorist ran a red light and slammed his Dodge Challenger into the side of a Metro bus in the Galleria area late Tuesday, Houston police said. The male driver was eastbound on Westheimer Road near Post Oak Boulevard around 11 p.m. when he hit the bus, police told a reporter at the scene. Photo: Metro Video LLC / For The Houston Chronicle IMAGE 1 OF 5 Two people were taken to the hospital after a motorist ran a red light and slammed his Dodge Challenger into the side of a Metro bus in west Houston late Monday, Houston Police said. The male driver was heading ... more The driver and a bus passenger were both taken to a hospital with minor injuries.