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What's your claim Edwin? Because you have no ARB, no one else needs one?

Mine was a guess, on your car.

 
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I always figured the xbar's would put a lot of torsional stress on the bars and the welds. I don't see reports of them breaking left and right so I guess it works.


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I always figured the xbar's would put a lot of torsional stress on the bars and the welds. I don't see reports of them breaking left and right so I guess it works.


We put a floating X in a Ray Miller canti-lever car, worked pretty good mid high 4.70 4.80 car. Big hp, big ARB.
 
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Can anyone tell me how they pull cars from the lanes at these races? Chips? Other random? Or just pull the folks who line up next to each other?


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Can anyone tell me how they pull cars from the lanes at these races? Chips? Other random? Or just pull the folks who line up next to each other?


They pull the buy run out off to the side if there is one, any given round. He runs the last odd car, if there is one.

When you pull in the lanes Bradenton, you have no idea who you're paired with, because the staging lanes make a blind sharp left hand turn around the tower towards the head of the staging lanes.

They just call em up.
 
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Just a quick note. The SFG 500 that was scheduled to be held at SGMP in April has been moved to Bradenton. Just saw it on the SFG Facebook page. I don't see any mention of the change on the full SFG Promotions website. Take care. Tom Worthington


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Usually SFG has certain number lanes for Left Lane and the others are Right Lane. If you get up late you may not get your preference.


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At Bradenton, the first three days, 90% of the racers lined up in the right lane in No Box...a lot of folks got put in the left...then on the fourth day the racers lined up even 50/50 in both lanes...go figure...I heard that the dragsters preferred the left lane...
 
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Unbelievable, well yes guess it is.



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