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  • #927

    Fopar
    Member

    hey guys, just wondering what u Outlaw Radial boys are 60’in on the MT ET Streets? and ur weight?

    #6661

    Khaino
    Member

    Been a lazy 1.34 on 275’s @ 3500

    #6665

    Fopar
    Member

    @Khaino wrote:

    Been a lazy 1.34 on 275’s @ 3500

    gr8 stuff thanx, gives us a bit of hope to run a decent number :)

    #6668

    IMA400
    Member

    ive run 1.31 @ 2810 pounds leaving off the trans brake @ 7000rpm 😯

    #6673

    Fopar
    Member

    @IMA400 wrote:

    ive run 1.31 @ 2810 pounds leaving off the trans brake @ 7000rpm 😯

    😯

    #6677

    Mr. Cve
    Participant

    I think with the rules the way they are there are a fair few people looking at this radial class.

    #6680

    Fopar
    Member

    @Mr. Cve wrote:

    I think with the rules the way they are there are a fair few people looking at this radial class.

    it is a fantastic class. for me 10.5 & Radial classes have always been my favourite.

    #6817

    mauler
    Member

    1.24 on 315’s. leaf spring, caltrac’s, pedder confort shocks. thats all.

    #6862

    6BOOST
    Member

    I think Scott has been 1.29@3400lb on a 295 in the HG.

    #6863

    Fopar
    Member

    @mauler wrote:

    1.24 on 315’s. leaf spring, caltrac’s, pedder confort shocks. thats all.

    :mrgreen: wish we could get out of the hole that well even on slicks 😆

    @6BOOST wrote:

    I think Scott has been 1.29@3400lb on a 295 in the HG.

    excellent. we weren’t expecting such quick times, thought maybe low 1.30’s 😉

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