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Originally posted by Nitrous1:
Anyone using them in the 4.40-4.50 range
I'm 2100 pounds with a baby blower


I ran a couple weeks ago, 148 degree track, 4.30's. I'm at 2020lbs. The 1550s worked well.


Mark Yeager
 
Posts: 1383 | Location: Hollister,CA | Registered: April 06, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by Nitrous1:
Anyone using them in the 4.40-4.50 range
I'm 2100 pounds with a baby blower


I ran a couple weeks ago, 148 degree track, 4.30's. I'm at 2020lbs. The 1550s worked well.



What’s Mark failed to tell you is he W O N the National Open at Sacramento.
Great job of driving and Tuning Team Yeager. Not worthy


Raceless in California!
 
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congrats to mark


honesty is the best policy,insanity is a better deffense
1.036, 6.16@ 224

 
Posts: 1421 | Location: texas | Registered: February 17, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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how would the 1550 work on a 4.90=5.00 door car? anyone know anyone who has tried them?

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I only have 50 runs on the c1500 and they have been working perfectly and have never had any shake and no problems on a hot summer track. Since I am going to Indy I decided to go ahead and put the c1550s on the car. Made a few hits Saturday night to break them in. They were a smooth as a babies bottom.

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Chalked up another win tonight on Hoosiers C1550. 60 foots moved .006 in 8 rounds on a 120-130 degree track.

 
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I have a few runs on mine now and am very happy. 60 foot time vary about .005 at each race. I am right at 2000 pounds running in SC at 185 MPH.
 
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