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Here's my information and slip.
1988 4cyl Conversion, 347cid, C4 with 3.90 gears, MT Drag Radials 255/60/15 @ 15psi. I have videos already posted on this website with my runs at the track. How many timeslips does a man have to post. My other 11.92 pass was the same mph in the 1/4 but a 1.70 60'
It has been a few years since I drove down a track, that Pro-Tree is a Biiiitch to get used to. That was the second pass of the car's life.
I will get another time slip picture if needed. I am at work and I'm having the wife take pictures of the slips for me. If she can't find the other 11.92 @ 113mph pass and the round winner card for the Arm Drop Live event that I entered and participated in eliminations. I will get a picture of my 12.03 time slip.
Other information- base timing @ 9* BTDC running on pump gas, full interiored, insured and licensed street car.
Here is a video of me at No Problem Raceway. First pass in video was one of the qualifying passes, 12.03ET and the second pass in the video was the first round of elimination 11.92ET. You will notice Rich Christensen in front of the tree raising his arms and launching us. The racing doesn't start until nearly 2:00 minutes in, the track personnel had us held up for some reason.
It's a 1988 Ford Mustang with a budget built N/A 347, C4 with trans brake-3000 stall. 3.90 gear 27.1" tall Mickey Thompson Drag radials 255/60/15- 15psi on the rear.
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