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    Default irwindale cali drag strip 1/8

    If you have a 1j/2j in anything other than a Toyota. Your build, your swap was a total fail. Your a failure!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: irwindale cali drag strip 1/8

    What did you run in the 1/8th? What was your sixty foot?

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    That has to be the worst quality video I have seen in years.

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    My sixty foot was 2.6 it was horrible but I dropped a 9.0 on street tires on stock pressure 52 psi on the rear tires.
    If you have a 1j/2j in anything other than a Toyota. Your build, your swap was a total fail. Your a failure!!!!!!!!

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    The last run was a 9.4 2.6 sixty ft. Same tire pressure didn't turn them down. But I will next time I go. Traction problems
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    Drop that pressure to 25-30 and get a lot of grip back. Can't go as low as drag radials, but 52psi is waaaay high!

    Obviously some ET streets/drag tires would be superb for traction, but not always do-able. 15x8 rim with 5.5" backspacing, throw some 26x10.5x15 MT ETstreet bias-ply tires on it= very good traction for relatively cheap!
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    Default Re: irwindale cali drag strip 1/8

    Ya 52 psi is way to high.

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    Default Re: irwindale cali drag strip 1/8

    I new it was high I just ran the car to see what it would do.
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    It was my first time at the track.
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    No worries, we're just here to help
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