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    Default Constructive criticism on getting better 1/4 mile times

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    My best run today at the track was an 11.2 @ 130 mph, i cant seem to launch any harder either i bog down or i slip the clutch too much. Some of you are in the 9s, I just dont see how lol

    Tires are Bridgestone T30 EVO's back was at 25 psi, no slipping, stock gearing, other mods on sig.
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    I'd say 25psi in your rear tyre is too low. Why have you set it so low?
    That will cause friction and drag. I'd say unless your tyre is spinning I'd only go a few psi lower if at all. I also have the T30 Evo and I run mine at 41R-35F. I can launch hard and as long as the tyre is up to heat it grips like shit to a blanket. If it spins up I'd say the tyre is too cold. I'd be more worried about the front wheel lifting with the grip the rear puts down. Just sayin bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta View Post
    I'd say 25psi in your rear tyre is too low. Why have you set it so low?
    That will cause friction and drag. I'd say unless your tyre is spinning I'd only go a few psi lower if at all. I also have the T30 Evo and I run mine at 41R-35F. I can launch hard and as long as the tyre is up to heat it grips like shit to a blanket. If it spins up I'd say the tyre is too cold. I'd be more worried about the front wheel lifting with the grip the rear puts down. Just sayin bro
    I had grip issues with my last set of tires sobi set it there by default. I'll only lower it a few psi next time 2 see if that makes a difference.

    I can tell u that it was hot as balls that day 90oF with almost 100% humidity.

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