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post #1 of 6 Old 07-13-2008, 11:00 AM Thread Starter
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Question Analyze this timeslip. Should have been 11's no doubt.

OK, gonna try to make this simple as possible. Weather was nearly identical on both days. Last week, the 12.033 @117.16 is the first timeslip. I think my clutch has to be slipping a little, because I am making the power(118.52 mph trap this week), shifting perfect, and cutting a decent 1.70 short time. The car is heavy,but not a total boat anchor either @ 3330lb with me in it. This week I even trapped 94.08 mph in the 1/8th, with an even better short time. I have no idea how long the King cobra clutch has been in the car, but it has slipped here and there before a little. Here's the slips. With those short times,and the car weight, this thing should be running a good 11.8's-11.9's. I do have a new clutch on order also.

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60' 1.726
330 5.011
1/8 7.725
MPH 91.56
1000 10.069
1/4 12.033
MPH 117.16

This week
60' 1.702
330 5.032
1/8 7.752
MPH 94.08
1000 10.132
1/4 12.101
MPH 118.52


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Yeah I think should be in the 90's anyway.


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That is enough MPH to go 11.40's

I went 11.60 at 114

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post #4 of 6 Old 07-13-2008, 06:35 PM
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Definitly 11.40's if not a 30. CHANGE the clutch and also what gear are you running?

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Definitly 11.40's if not a 30. CHANGE the clutch and also what gear are you running?
John, currently running 3.73 with a 26" ET street (10.5) Going through the traps at 5700. I am doing a 31 spline axle conv., and the new clutch in 2 weeks.

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Clutch slipping more than I thought I guess.

They say what goes up must come down but I ain't reached my cruising altitude.
Take a look at what I did but can you imagine what I'm about to do.
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