Thread: NHRA LICENSE
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Old 09-01-2010, 11:14 AM
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zipper06
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There are a few short cuts you can take, if you know/feel that the bars are all in the proper location and you worry about the tubing thickness, find an engine builder who has a sonic tester (aka cylinder wall tester) for a few bucks you can have him check the thickness of the bars, this can save you some head aches when you take it too the NHRA offical, the other thing is if possible get the car certified somewhere other than at the track. At the track they seem to all think they are GOD and don't seem to have time for anything.

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