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Old 05-22-2017, 08:21 PM   #61
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Parity means being equivalent to each other, So same weight same cubic inches and maximum power adder. So which would be the most power full combo? I think the turbo is king.

I love Pro Mod but with NHRA it's a bracket race on steroids.
Parity is the state or condition of being equal. In this case, the point is to come up with a rules package to have 3 different power adders equal in performance for close, side by side racing. What you're suggesting would result in the death of the class.
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Old 05-22-2017, 08:51 PM   #62
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I don't see why nitrous car are in the mix needing 900 + cu.in. why not throw an electric car in the mix. I guess I will just shut up, you can see I don't like nitrous cars at all.
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Old 05-22-2017, 09:22 PM   #63
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I don't see why nitrous car are in the mix needing 900 + cu.in. why not throw an electric car in the mix. I guess I will just shut up, you can see I don't like nitrous cars at all.
Why does everyone have to ruin perfectly good threads with retarded bullshit?
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Old 05-22-2017, 10:27 PM   #64
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I don't see why nitrous car are in the mix needing 900 + cu.in. why not throw an electric car in the mix. I guess I will just shut up, you can see I don't like nitrous cars at all.
Good idea just shut up and be quiet. Turbo fanboy. Nitrous cars were in Pro Mod before turbos ever dreamed of being there. Show them some respect they are some of the best racers in the class.
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Old 05-22-2017, 10:33 PM   #65
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Because I think the whole parity part is a joke just playing into NHRA hands 900 VS 500 what a sad comparison!
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No the joke is when they let turbos in Pro Mod in the first place. That's when parity really changed.
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Old 05-22-2017, 10:36 PM   #67
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sorry I could not help it. now I'l go off in my little world.
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Conditions made this race mega close!



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Old 06-11-2017, 08:25 PM   #69
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Points standings for the Top 20 at the halfway mark:

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1. Mike Castellana 529
2. Steven Whiteley 396
3. Troy Coughlin 362
4. Steve Jackson 350
5. Steve Matusek 338
6. Sidnei Frigo 295
7. Shane Molinari 289
8. Danny Rowe 257
9. Jonathan Gray 246
10. Khalid alBalooshi 241
11. Michael Biehle 207
12. Mike Janis 187
13. Larry Morgan 176
14. Shannon Jenkins 149
15. Rickie Smith 148
16. Bob Rahaim 147
17. Todd Tutterow 139
18. Eric Latino 131
19. Harry Hruska 125
20. Jim Whiteley 124
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Our home town boy at #7, Shane Molinari!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-25-2017, 04:39 PM   #72
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Definitely time for a rule change on the turbo cars. This is the biggest top 3 average gap we have had all season. Thats including the hero runs by Castellana and Latino at the start of the season.



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Definitely time for a rule change on the turbo cars. This is the biggest top 3 average gap we have had all season. Thats including the hero runs by Castellana and Latino at the start of the season.
Agree.
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Old 06-25-2017, 10:45 PM   #74
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Lord yes, time for a rule change...Cant have those blower cars not on top.
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Its nothing to do with who is on top, its how much they are on top by. This is 3 races in a row the turbo cars have been top 2-3 quickest cars on the grounds, and 4 races in a row the top 3 average have been the quickest and that difference has increased every race. Also since you think the blown cars need to be on top, the last 3 races blown cars have been the slowest on average. They don't need more, the turbo cars just need less so the nitrous cars can stay fairly competitive.
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