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Old 04-20-2012, 11:07 PM
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Originally Posted by hydrex View Post
Here's my suggestion, put a 100 shot on her! Try to do a stealthy set up, I hide my bottle under the rear seat, you may be able to hide behind the front seat. I'd try to hide solenoids in a place where they are out of sight. Hemis love nitrous, a 100 shot will kick her in the butt. My 05 QC 4X4 weighs 6,000 lbs and has the old 345 hp hemi, but still has run a 9.1 sec eighth mile with a sidewinder cam. Ran a 14.2 before cam in the quarter mile. Remove the spare tire. If you have 20's, you might play with tire pressure. My 4x4 only spins a bit at the dragstrip because they spray VHT and traction is excellent. If you have a local strip, go practice till you nail the launch and get consistent 60' times. Once you learn how to nail it, invite your buddies to the track. Low ET buys lunch! Don't tell anyone about the nitrous, tech inspections at ETown, NEDW, and my local track, Winterport Dragway, have never found mine! You will have better luck at an eighth mile track, as the sleeker cars will have less wind resistance at the end of a quarter mile.
our trucks love the bottle... 7.x 1/8ths and 12.1 1/4's yup yup..

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