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Old 03-25-2018
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I have no idea if Micke, or anyone else is using electronic TC... If so, it doesn't matter to me.

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Neither do I. I think it should legal in nearly all classes.
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Neither do I. I think it should legal in nearly all classes.
I wonder what the T/F and F/C speed record would be after about 6 months of electronic traction control? That is assuming the tires and stopping distances could handle it.
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Old 03-26-2018
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It's almost like the blowers are just running out of power. Micke had almost 19mph on the fastest blower car.
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Old 03-27-2018
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It's almost like the blowers are just running out of power. Micke had almost 19mph on the fastest blower car.
Look at the poor nitrous guys they should just quit.
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Look at the poor nitrous guys they should just quit.
There's a few that have a handle on it, but when the guy in the other lane runs a low 3.60 on full bore and the best you can do is a high 60, it takes a hell of a light to compensate.

"#1 nitrous qualifier" has a 1001 cubic inch engine, pretty sure that's almost 100ci bigger than allowed in NHRA Pro Mod. Naiser and Haney are running engines that could run in PDRA Pro Nitrous. and then Bryson and Lastor are running NHRA Pro Mod enginers (903's)

Hats off to the "little engine" in the group, 3.758 in a stock wheelbase fox body with a 470 SBC.
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