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What do you think the bumps are going to be for TD/TS fields at galot?? elite fields and the slow fields??
 
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I guess everyone had to pre enter and the rest are on a waiting list...if we could see who is pre entered we could have a better idea
 
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Whew! I get it now. When the title said "bumps at Galot" I could only think a piece of lint must have settled on the track surface. And it would still be the biggest bump on that track. Take care. Tom Worthington


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I'm thinking 3.95-3.97 for T/D
 
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We had a 3.99 16 car bump yesterday at the MWPMS TD race. 3600ft DA, 125 water grains, 120* track temp
 
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Bumps TS 4.05, TD 4.03

Car counts TS 71, TD 62!!!


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What does a 4 flat car generally run quarter? I have spent so much time running quarter that I can hardly relate when folks talk 1/8th


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should be in the 6 twenties
 
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Originally posted by Bucky:
What does a 4 flat car generally run quarter? I have spent so much time running quarter that I can hardly relate when folks talk 1/8th

It really depends on how much power is being bled early and whether the car naturally trends toward being a top-end car or a low-end one. However, a car that maxes at about 6.20 in the 1/4 would be about 4.00 in the 1/8 as jenevet said, but it could have a range of a few tenths.
 
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