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    'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    This car has a hell of a lot of Chevy power!


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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    Needs a Chevy to make that kinda power.........
    I do like that it's not a ls but the cheat stick on the front is ghey
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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    k call me stupid but what is that thing on the front for. Something for staging?

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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    Murret, what about a 2000 hp ford gt tt ??? I'm an import guy and even i think thats bad ass.

    I too am wondering how that stick would help the guy cheat. I can't think of a sceanario where that could break the staging or finish line beams earlier for shorter e.t's
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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    Just hits the beams sooner, the beams at the starting line probly dont pick that up so he is leaving with a 2 foot advantage i guess. but that looks annoying to try and stage at the tree, probly has to leave at 20 psi to go anywhere lol
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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    Staging Techniques

    That leads us to staging techniques. There are two basic types:
    Shallow staging involves rolling through the starting area until both the
    prestage and stage lights are lit. This maximizes the amount of rollout
    you have, which improves elapsed time at the expense of reaction time.
    This is the technique recommended for new bracket racers until they learn
    proper launch procedures.


    Deep staging is used to reduce reaction times. To deep stage, roll the
    car up until you trigger the prestage and stage lights, then move forward
    slowly until the prestage bulbs go out. This puts more of your front tires
    ahead of the stage beam-and less tire that needs to go through the stage
    beam and trigger the ET clock. That will improve your reaction time, but
    also increases your chances of redlighting if you don't time your launch
    just right. Needless to say, deep staging requires plenty of practice; it
    may not even be allowed in some classes; check the rules at your track.


    Basically it gives him more rollout.

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    the staging beams don't pick up the extension fin, the beams at staging are low so its still the tires.,
    in heads up racing everyone leaves off the front tires but the beams at the end of the track are higher, so a guy that has the front end of his car stretched out for more room under the hood has an advantage, nhra set a rule for how far past the front tires you can have a fin so its equal. its 45 inches from front axle to end of extension

    it would be like my chevy 2 lined up vs a late 90 Camaro , hes breaking the beams at end of track first even if my front tires were further forward

    bracket racing it wouldn't matter cause your times would be consistant with whatever part of your bumper the finish line bulbs pick up, but heads up it would matter cause your against the other guys bumper
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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    Why wouldn't they just outlaw fins?

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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    They're trying to make a more level playing filed to the older boxy cars vs the newer ones with low long noses that's all. It's usually only heads up classes that run them anyway.
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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    Quote Originally Posted by briangodecki View Post
    the staging beams don't pick up the extension fin, the beams at staging are low so its still the tires.,
    in heads up racing everyone leaves off the front tires but the beams at the end of the track are higher, so a guy that has the front end of his car stretched out for more room under the hood has an advantage, nhra set a rule for how far past the front tires you can have a fin so its equal. its 45 inches from front axle to end of extension

    it would be like my chevy 2 lined up vs a late 90 Camaro , hes breaking the beams at end of track first even if my front tires were further forward

    bracket racing it wouldn't matter cause your times would be consistant with whatever part of your bumper the finish line bulbs pick up, but heads up it would matter cause your against the other guys bumper
    So say you have a car with the front end already 45 inches from the axle already you couldn't use a fin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sooby View Post
    So say you have a car with the front end already 45 inches from the axle already you couldn't use a fin?
    that's correct

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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    Ok that makes sense then basically just making a even playing field

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    Re: 'HELLEANOR' TT Chevy Powered MUSTANG!!! 2000+hp

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iDTEtzPo9qk

    Action starts around 1:40. That Driver didn't lose control, that Mustang committed suicide lol

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