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LUV MY RT

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LUV MY RT last won the day on June 24 2018

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About LUV MY RT

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  • Birthday 02/11/1963
  1. #1 rule in racing. Never talk about the weather
  2. 5% lemo tint both sides & the back. Only way to go
  3. That sounds great. I am always ready for food. Ribeye steaks are my favorite
  4. So how much is this race going to cost the LOOSER. I forgot what the wager was at VMP. GG since you have some new race parts & Speedy you have new tires I think we need to up the money from last year. Just saying
  5. TF you need to attend another event before you become an old man & cannot make the trip. This is # 10 & it is kind of special. It would be nice to see you & drink a beer together.
  6. Hey Greg talk to Hemi 31 about rebuilding your trans. I have heard that Eric & Ben to good work on the NAG1. I have a Paramount in mine now & have not had any trouble with it. It is actually the transmission that AJ had in his Charger. He sold it to a guy in Dallas. The guy had it in his car about 2 months & blew motor. He put his car up for sale & parted out trans. I bought it. Even drove to Dallas over night to get it. It has writing on the side of it about AJ being fastest N/A motor at that time. Any way check on getting yours rebuilt. It may save you some money & be stronger too.
  7. My 60ft times went from mid 1.5s-1.6 to 2.0. After I get out past the 100ft mark the car feels like you hit it with a shot of nitros. Off the line is probably where Cruz King's car got slower with the new cam. I am not sure about the cam specs on the 392 cam but I remember them being quite a bit different from stock 5.7 cam.
  8. The torque range has changed with the 392 cam.Peak torque is higher in the rpm change now. Making more power just higher in the rpm's. You will probably have to go with a higher stall convertor to get the benefit from the new cam. I am in the same boat. New cam back in April now slower at the track. I currently have a FTI 3200 stall. I am going to have to go to at least a 4200 stall to be in my cam peak torque range. I will get it dialed by in & be faster in the long run.
  9. Nice ride congratulations. I like the color. You can bring a backup car to CF10 next year. Hope you enjoy it.
  10. Kevin is the CF time keeper. He does a great job. It takes effort to set down & type the count down in every single day. I am thankful that he does.
  11. Kevin I check out your count down thread every so often. Unless I am missing something it is 18 days to go. April 12-15 are the dates. Not trying to mess up your thread. Maybe you are coming in early or something. I know you drive a long way to get to BG. Just making sure you had the right dates. Sorry if I am missing something.
  12. They do have race fuel at the track. It is 110 leaded renegade. You might want to check with the track to be 100% sure. That is what they have sold in the past. Most everyone brings their own fuel. There is a local renegade distributor in BG. They have all of the renegade race fuels. You might want to check with them also to be sure they have what you want.
  13. How much money are you wanting to spend? That would help narrow down what kind of trailer to look for. As far as length I would not go anything less than 18ft. That's what I have. I would also go with a steel floor if you go with a steel trailer.
  14. Check with Hemi31. I think he has done a lot of replacements.
  15. From my experience DR's need good track prep to hook good. Slicks will do better on a not so good track. I have had both & my 60ft is better with the slicks. I have auto with FTI 3200 stall & I use the 17in Hoosier slicks.