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TOP38 KNOWS ...lol
 
Posts: 1249 | Location: middle georgia | Registered: July 20, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Ed, what tires do the Domino's and Tim M use on their bracket dragsters?

Raced twice with them in the last month...M/T on every dragster, you should ask em why?

Majority on Hoosiers are sponsored by Hoosiers it seems. ESPECIALLY in the bracket dragster world.
 
Posts: 1754 | Location: Houston, Tx. | Registered: November 27, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I know what tires are on their cars



but maybe change is in the air due to the air they don't hold. Laughing Hard
 
Posts: 13522 | Location: NJ | Registered: August 20, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I can sacrifice “not holding air” for a more consistent car. I get it, people are very loyal to a tire. Honestly people are probably more loyal in the racing community to a tire than most anything else. Use whatever makes you happy and works for you, I’ve personally been happier with every car I’ve switched from Hoosier to M/t and I’ve done it multiple times.
 
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Sun up to sun down with over 25 degrees of temp change and the 60 foot moved 2 thou in 6 passes on M/T 3190

 
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we've got the same tickets on Hoosiers and the bonus is that Hoosiers are faster than empties too, FACT
 
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Personally have never experienced any ET change when switching from Hoosier to M/T. The car above had Hoosiers originally. I’m not going to say it’s not possible for someone to experience an ET change when switching tire manufacture. I am simply saying I personally haven’t
 
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I didn't say quicker, though I know many that have slowed up on empties, I said faster.

Remember, you and dad refused to believe me you'd run quicker, faster and just as consistent on gas until you did. Big Grin

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Haha this is true. Not sure if it was more consistent, close at least in that category. The car was faster though

Edit: I do see now where you said “just as consistent” and not more consistent
 
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