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Drag setup pics?
#1
Does anyone have their car set up for street/strip and if so could you post some pics. Ide like to see what these look like with a fat set of slicks or radials on them.
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#2
RollTideMach;27461 Wrote:Does anyone have their car set up for street/strip and if so could you post some pics. Ide like to see what these look like with a fat set of slicks or radials on them.

i have 17x11s right now but the drag radials are in the works. i put stock springs back up front with all drag shocks.

i can show a pic later
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#3
RollTideMach;27461 Wrote:Does anyone have their car set up for street/strip and if so could you post some pics. Ide like to see what these look like with a fat set of slicks or radials on them.

I have pictures of my car both ways,street and track. I do run my street tires on the track also.Look at my garage / pictures in my profile.


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FastE, what setup are you running? 15x10? with 295s?
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Triostang;27549 Wrote:FastE, what setup are you running? 15x10? with 295s?

I will have to get you the rim size.If my memory is right the wheels are a 15x8,The slicks are a 29 x 9 x 15 M/T.


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#6
hers a few pics of the car witha 275/60/15 m/t drag radial on a 15x8 5.5 backspaced greg weld

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and heres the only pic i have of it witha 15x8 factory steel wheel with a 28x12 mt et drag slick. It fit fine with no rubbing. The car is slightly raised from stock height, maybe an inch.

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oh, and here it is how i first set up up.. hello 1970s street freak! 14x10 cragars with reverse offset on 10.5 inch wide m/t indy profiles

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hope i helped!

Executioners Racing
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#7
that helped alot i like both of the first two setups. tires outside of the fender is a pet peeve of mine. I think im gonna run it like that for a little while until i backhalf it and put a mustang II front suspension in it.
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#8
I run a 255/60/15 MT drag radial on a 15X8 wheel(cheap wheel) with 4 " back spacing with with stock springs and drag shocks front and rear. Slapper bars. My tires are a bit worn so will step up to 275/50 15 next year. Looks like 5.5 backspacing will keep them in the fenders.

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#9
yea, i had the tires out for a while, then i got with the times! i'd like to back halve the car as well, but not until i have a mill in it with enough power to actually make use of an 18.5 wide slick!

Executioners Racing
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#10
Im probably gonna go with a 14" slick. Im planning on giving the 408 some juice. Im thinking a 200 hit would do pretty well. After that im thinking D1SC Procharger. Should be pretty fun.
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