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Old 10-12-2013, 05:02 PM   #11
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The bigger the tire it will also dyno lower on a dyno, do you have a pic of your dyno sheet so I can take a look at your power curve, and also are you passing in 4th gear I assume
Yes, going through the traps in 4th. Here my dyno sheet, this was with 17 inch 235 tires.

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Old 10-12-2013, 07:33 PM   #12
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Nice times, and nice curve on graph. Yeah trap speed could be alittle higher but that may come with more practice. On your first post you said you have a 300lbs advantage over the Nova, did you mean disadvantage because the early Novas were pretty light. Even with the big blocks. I don't know what year Nova, but I assumed 68-72.

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Nice times, and nice curve on graph. Yeah trap speed could be alittle higher but that may come with more practice. On your first post you said you have a 300lbs advantage over the Nova, did you mean disadvantage because the early Novas were pretty light. Even with the big blocks. I don't know what year Nova, but I assumed 68-72.

P.S. Your car looks awsome, nice stance.
At one point we both went to the same place to check our weights i was about 300 lbs lighter.
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Old 10-13-2013, 08:20 AM   #14
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Seems like your ok where your at , have to see where u pass he traps woth tour new trans, your torque curve levels off and drops rather early
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