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    First time at the strip

    93 sierra 5.3 3200 stall 4.11s trucker cam 100 shot 12.95 I have two more runs today I am hoping to get 12.6 12.7 well see

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    Any traction? What's it 60ft and mph? Doesn't sound bad.
    Slowest in Oklahoma...

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    Traction was good 1.8 60 at 106 then backed it up with a 12.78 I launched hard and hit the button a little sooner 1.7 with 107mph
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    Awesome! Congrats on getting it to the track, you may find its addicting!

    You now can enjoy dropping ET's as its progresses into the fall, but a lower DA and traction are usually inversely proportional.
    2000 GMC Sierra 1500 RCSB 2wd - 454 LSX powered drag truck...

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    Yeah I am super happy with done solid 12s this winter it's getting turboed then well get some lower ETs

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    Maybe one day when my truck grows up it will be like someone else's extremely fast grey stepside.

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    nitrous = atmosphere in a bottle what you run now youll run in the winter, <-- maybe a tad better


    congrats !! it'll improve over time as long as the pockets stay healthy
    Simple: 408 on steroids!
    single digits coming soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeet View Post
    nitrous = atmosphere in a bottle what you run now youll run in the winter, <-- maybe a tad better
    Yeah I forgot about that, brain fart...
    2000 GMC Sierra 1500 RCSB 2wd - 454 LSX powered drag truck...

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    That cam has been shown to work very well with a procharger...just saying...
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    13.82 @ 94.92 w/1.83 60'

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    I have been reading that it works well with a supercharger I love the way it pulls even off the nitrous I waxed my buddies stock 1998 fireturd ls1 auto. It ran 14.2 off sauce on BFg radial ta.

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