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    1/4 mile est.

    I ran at a 1/4 mile track awhile back and ran out of gear just past the 1/8th I coasted thru the 1/4...What should it have ran here are the incrimentals...
    1.325 60'
    3.978 330'
    6.250 1/8th
    107.6 MPH at the 1/8th
    8.275 at the 1000'
    10.251 1/4 Coasting somewhere after the 1/8th
    107.5 MPH 1/4mile...

    Thanks for any input..I figure someone out there runs the 1/4 with close to these times....

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    About a 9.60 or so...
    If you think nobody cares, try missing a payment...

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    You can go here and do all the calc.

    http://www.wallaceracing.com/Calculators.htm


    Zip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    You can go here and do all the calc.

    http://www.wallaceracing.com/Calculators.htm


    Zip.
    That is normally where I go but the link I want to use is broken.. :?

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    Hey Jody....!!! how the heck have ya been...?Wowy your flyin!!!I'd say a tad less gear will result in 1/2 tenth more in the 1/8 (maybe) and would say with the right gear .......maybe 9.70's low 80's......NICE job dude!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by us7race
    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    You can go here and do all the calc.

    http://www.wallaceracing.com/Calculators.htm


    Zip.
    That is normally where I go but the link I want to use is broken.. :?
    This is the one i used it says 9.88 in the qtr.

    Zip.

    http://www.wallaceracing.com/8th-quarter.php

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    I'll Hang out on the LIMB and say between 9.50 to 9.60?
    I'm guessing a 5.67 is the Gear you have Now?So,with a 4.10 you will go past 150mph.........
    A 6.33 is the 1/8 Factor for a 9.90 1/4.
    By the Picture of you Truck,i would have to say that YOUR FLYING!!!
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    old door car I had ran 6.15-6.20 it would go 9.6's pretty much all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by traysvega
    Hey Jody....!!! how the heck have ya been...?Wowy your flyin!!!I'd say a tad less gear will result in 1/2 tenth more in the 1/8 (maybe) and would say with the right gear .......maybe 9.70's low 80's......NICE job dude!!
    Hey Tray!! Been awhile. It has 4.88 gears in it now I think I can find a set of 4.56's to try but not 100% Sure. How have you been?

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    i am with the tad less gear guy, short time 60 and 330 look good, 1/8 mph along with e.t., should pickup ( oop,s no pun intended) with 4.56 gear. imo.


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