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    hoosier quick time pros

    I am running hoosier quick time pros, was told 12-14lbs is a good starting point, does anyone have this slick and what do you run, also what do they need as far as getting them ready in the waterbox, I have 29x14.5 thanks mark

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    Mark, I am not to sure about Hoosiers, but I would run a min of 17-20 to start and adjust from there, you do not want to start with tire pressure to low.

    As far as the water box, let the tech guide you in and pull you out.

    You need to back into the water far enough to coat the tires and then pull out to dry pavement to start your burnout.

    just my .02

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    I ran a set of these on my car a couple years ago 33x22.50x15 Big tires

    I had 7 lbs in the tires cold.I had 1.12 60' times with these tires,but my car was 2475 lbs fully loaded with me in it.
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    I was told by hoosier start at 12-14lbs and go from there, was wondering how much they needed to get sticky, I dont want to treat them like my bf goodrich dot slicks, half gone in one race, but got good pics that race in box SMOKE SHOW in the shit box chevy, thats what my friend called my big old long bed truck

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    12 on the street and 8 cold on the track

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    Kinda heavy isn't it Tom? Ha Ha.


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