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post #1 of 3 Old 03-28-2003, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Question 60ft Time question

I just bought a set of SSM lift bars. I have a totally stock setup. Front springs rear springs shocks and sway bar are all factory stock. Does anyone know what kind of increase in my 60ft times I will see by bolting up my new Southsides?

Also I hear they play hell on the torq boxes. Can anyone verify or dismiss this claim.


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They hit the tires VERY HARD. I'd seriously consider a good-working drag suspension, subframes and getting the torque boxes welded up. They should help you get in the low 1.7's for 60-foot, maybe better, depending on how well the suspension's working.

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Get the torque boxes welded up now, they will tear 'em up quick. With a set of stickies the Southsides plant the tires hard. You should be able to pull high 1.6s N/A and into the 1.5s on the squeeze IMO.

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