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Old 03-02-2012, 12:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Moose612 View Post
Yeah I am and no not yet I need a few things before i can go....mainly new tires and brakes lol
Yea that be a good thing to do before u go.you should go some time man its right off of i-10 off the clint exit.
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Originally Posted by snrusnak View Post
I've always wondered what has more effect more, density or altitude...? If I had to guess I'd say altitude is more of a factor than temperature (because it varies so much more). Altitude can vary by hugely greater percent than the temperature does...

Here in FL in the summer heat when it's in the 90's or 100's we've always ran about 1 second slower than in the winter when it's in the 50's and 60's. We are basically at sea level.

Best times, though, are always on summer blend gas in spring or fall on a cold night.
yea man my engine is gasping for air here. The last time i went to the track it was at least like thirty degrees and with 3,800 ft altitude i ran a damn 16.7 @ 80mph but i did beat a mustang gt on that run.
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