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Pics from NHRA Acto race and a SRT-4 with a parachute


Pics from Acto race this weekend.We tryed the new tires 24.5X 9 and 13"rims on the car this weekend and we were a little lost with the new set up and it hurt us at this race the car is making more power with the new turbo and we had lots tire shake on the 1-2 shift we will test in E-town this week
 

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Neon with a parachute

 

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New 13" rims and tires

 

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nice, who are the old guys...lol
Guy on the left Robert from Nan Converters he makes the converter in the car and the Guy on the right is Mark the tuner on the car from Darrell Cox Racing
 

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Lap dance at the track
 

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Round 1 of Qualifying

 

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bayshore power said:

Pics from Acto race this weekend.We tryed the new tires 24.5X 9 and 13"rims on the car this weekend and we were a little lost with the new set up and it hurt us at this race the car is making more power with the new turbo and we had lots tire shake on the 1-2 shift we will test in E-town this week
Testing was rained out on wednesday made only one run and shut it down about 900ft out 10.20 @ 118MPH will run it on Friday test night
 

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tinctorus said:
i know it may sound like a stupid question but are the wholes drilled in the rear bumper to help reduce drag????
Yes to let the air out from under the rear bumper
 

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what did you use to drill them with hole saws or just different drill bits i cant tell how big they are
but i kinda like the way it looks
 

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bayshore power said:
Pizza Boy said:
nice, who are the old guys...lol
Guy on the left Robert from Nan Converters he makes the converter in the car and the Guy on the right is Mark the tuner on the car from Darrell Cox Racing
Mark's something else, he's local for me, dyno'd at his shop a few times, he knows his stuff, and if you ever know more than him, it's best to not let him know lol :thumbsup:
 

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what did you use to drill them with hole saws or just different drill bits i cant tell how big they are
but i kinda like the way it looks
you can use a 3 in hole bit. you can find them at like the homes depot/lowes/sears.

here they are on my 1st gen. i also have 2 more behing the plate for when i go to the track. i actually gained like 2mph versus not having them



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tinctorus said:
what did you use to drill them with hole saws or just different drill bits i cant tell how big they are
but i kinda like the way it looks
you can use a 3 in hole bit. you can find them at like the homes depot/lowes/sears.

here they are on my 1st gen. i also have 2 more behing the plate for when i go to the track. i actually gained like 2mph versus not having them



tommy
thanks but i dont want them all over my bumper i just thought they looked good around the license plate but they are a staggered size so i was curious what size they used for them
 

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tinctorus said:
Blue_Streek said:
tinctorus said:
what did you use to drill them with hole saws or just different drill bits i cant tell how big they are
but i kinda like the way it looks
you can use a 3 in hole bit. you can find them at like the homes depot/lowes/sears.

here they are on my 1st gen. i also have 2 more behing the plate for when i go to the track. i actually gained like 2mph versus not having them



tommy
thanks but i dont want them all over my bumper i just thought they looked good around the license plate but they are a staggered size so i was curious what size they used for them
The big holes in the bumper look too VTEC.
The staggered size looks subtle/sharp/almost unnoticeable.
 

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Pizza Boy said:
bayshore power said:
Lap dance at the track
lap dances and 9 sec runs in the same day, i found my new role model:rofl:
Get on a plane and if you have any game, they do it for free, naked and could be your girlfiend, get a life..

Back on topic -

13" wheels? Dayum okay, what did you have to change to pull that off???

Nice idea though it allows more sidewall and that should help you get more traction when you get it sorted.

Good Luck the rest of the season and I'll see you guys at Pomona and as we all know FLAME RED is the fastest color, holla
 
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