retard, your struggles with your sexuality daily here are apparent to all. just admit it, you're a gay internet forum hack, wannabe heads up racer who posts solely in an attempt to sell parts and services to the naïve, clueless and misinformed.
In your case milk titz, your plan is to run that ignorant mouth of yours on the net, because your a know nothing, do nothing self proclaimed know it all, crate engine buying checkbook racer, with nothing else to offer.
I'm merely informing of my daily struggles, with worms such as yourself.
I took a 1.80 out of the Firebird when I was running TS and went to a 1.68. The car ran the same but was much less violent and way more consistent. 104" wheelbase car and we weren't going to be going faster than .998 60ft, but could run teens and 20's in the 1/8th and 50's to 90's in the 1/4.
The above is to say there are times to use it, but if you are in a suspended dragster regardless of track conditions and running 4.40's-50's in the 1/8th then the GRID will do a ton of work for you. You know I have raced on those greasy Texas Summer tracks when it is in the 160's track temp and you have to make a change to meet the tracks ability.
Multiple ways to skin a cat, just put your effort into the right direction. In your case OP I would put the 1.80 in and make sure you have some tunes in the GRID for those iffy track conditions.
Keeping the Socialists and NEO-LIBERALS at bay with FACTS one post at a time !!!
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Unless you can get the planetary system, (MUST GET ALL ASSOCIATED PARTS WITH PLANET) for under a 1000 bucks, AND you already need a planet, then sure do it. But to get back to where you are running today, you will have to raise the rear gear a bunch. And even then, You wont find enough et to justify spending that money, and that is IF you find the ET. That sonnax planet will cost anywhere from 2400 to 3000, depending on where you buy it from.
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