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toofart

6 Speed Top Stick

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I did the same thing a month or so back.  I was told by several transmission shops that I don't make enough power to do that and didn't need any kind of upgrade.

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On 5/24/2017 at 5:38 AM, Micah@OST said:

Does a dog engagement sequential 4-speed Liberty box really count as a stick car? An honest question from a curious observer.

I don't feel it does either anybody who has driving one of these 6 speed cars and understands the difficulties we have with them knows that a liberty sequential transmission does really have to overcome the same obstacles.  But yes that hellcat is fast !

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I was creeping up on my goal but I broke the cross in my 8 3/4 diff on the 4th pass unfortunately. Nasty head wind and around 3000ft density were not helping.

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Where is the Moparmangamble slip and stuff?  I wanna see that!

 

NM, searched back and found that.  Pretty cool stuff.

 

I'm not sure on the Hellcat with the sequential trans.  They claim it's still a 6 speed with a clutch and they have to shift it like a normal car over on the HC forum.  I didn't look inside it at CF to see.

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6 minutes ago, Moparmangamble said:

I'm still a clutch using TR6060. Leon Epling with same horsepower ran 9.06/9.08 with a Liberty clutchless. 

Hey Gamble, I'm only 3 spots beneath you. That sounds cool until you look and realize I need to shave a full second to run in your league :-)

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16 minutes ago, Moparmangamble said:

I also run full interior.

Me too. With the interior, the weight of the rollbar, dual nitrous bottles, and 280lb driver, it's a heavy setup. 

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On ‎5‎/‎31‎/‎2017 at 11:55 AM, toofart said:

Guys!  I finally got the list updated!  Howie, nice show, and that carnage is quite impressive.

 

Thanks Denis! Trans is being fixed now, will be looking for a new PB after that!

 

4 hours ago, Micah@OST said:

Full interior, SINGLE power adder, and clutch TR6060 has to count for something though, right Howie?

I do enjoy my daily driver, Micah! So do the kids when I pick them up from school, and they don't even mind climbing past the roll bar.

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19 hours ago, Yellow Jacket said:

Thanks Denis! Trans is being fixed now, will be looking for a new PB after that!

 

I do enjoy my daily driver, Micah! So do the kids when I pick them up from school, and they don't even mind climbing past the roll bar.

Awesome! It must be nice to remove your door bars in a few seconds and essentially have a completely stock, full exhaust, easy to drive car again that still runs 9's. And look at all that trunk space without a nitrous bottle, mount, heater, relays, wiring, etc.! 

Also it throws flames. Get a video of that at night when it's back on the road.

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9 hours ago, Dave Crockett said:

My little street car doing work, 2009 Srt8 6 Speed. Blower only, no nitrous for power adders.

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I love watching the videos of your car online. Care to share any on the setup?

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