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JJhamitlon

Driveline and Radials

Guys I'm really wanting to run some drag radials down the 1/4...I thought I could beat around the bush for awhile..I may end up having to for awhile depending, but I just can't get it out of my head...I want to see what kind of times it'll run now. ***Myself and a few others have plans to hit Rockingham next month before weather starts getting too cold around here ( I want to see how I fair against my friends stock HellCat, yeah I know I'm still the under dog, but I'm curious on how far away I'll be!!?? ) 

So what's my best ( IE, cheapest ) option to survive on drag radials and a prepped track with my new found power increase & If I upgrade the rear/axles do I need to be concerned with the A5 too? 

***Havent even picked the car up yet and it's 5am...and this is what's on my mind...WTF is wrong with me!!**

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Don’t you live near Greg? Borrow his for the day. He’s not selfish and would surely want to help out a friend. He’ll probably want to help you install them at the track too. ;).
Otherwise pick up some cheap cobra rims and some mt/et’s. 275/45/17
And be done

There’s a guy shel39 that has a setup of welds forsale but there not as cheap. And devil dog has something forsale to


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Definitely a night and day difference with radials. The cheap route is probably the way to go if your only running them every so often. The cobras and mt/et are a great option. Welds are great and light, but a little more pricey. That's all up to you. As for fairing against a hellcat, spinning ain't winning so there's always hope!! My buddy brad in his 5.7 charger just wasted a hellcat last week at Lebanon valley, got it on video. Driver error, sure maybe, but a win is a win!!!

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