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Old 05-07-2017, 03:07 PM   #31
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All blower semi-finals this weekend. Gonna be some squawking now I'd guess....
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It would be nice see nitrous cars get another 25lbs off to make them 2400 lbs even.
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And turbos at 42lbs of boost, or a 50lb trophy for the blower guys...
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It would be nice see nitrous cars get another 25lbs off to make them 2400 lbs even.
I doubt any of them could get that light. I'm about the smallest driver and the lightest we've gotten is 2440 and that's with a 5.2.

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And turbos at 42lbs of boost, or a 50lb trophy for the blower guys...
I question if the turbos are really tapped out at where they are. Every time we think they are they go faster with less. LOL
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With the 38lb limit, I think there tapped out...
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Yet they still go 257-258 mph?
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Old 05-07-2017, 07:48 PM   #38
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Yet they still go 257-258 mph?
Yeah, turbo cars are really down on power.
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Poor lads, will have to work harder.

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Yeah, turbo cars are really down on power.
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And turbos at 42lbs of boost, or a 50lb trophy for the blower guys...
I bet the blower cars will get something before the next race. Manzo's ruining it for the rest of them, lol.
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Look at the advantage of the zoomies, just for thought...
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Look at the advantage of the zoomies, just for thought...
Bullhorns work similarly.
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That's really a superb chart. Thanks @promodvette for your effort.

This season so far the blowers seem to dominate the fearful reglemented ( ) turbos and the poor nitrous guys: Perhaps they should get more ci?
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excellent data!!!!!

Looks like they have been too harsh towards the turbo cars.... and slightly on the nitorous teams...

If those results were had the other way around, they would be addressed INSTANTLY!
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Old 05-09-2017, 10:43 AM   #45
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If I did my math right, for the Atlanta race here is the average ET of all the Power Adders that qualified:

Blower: 5.813
Turbo: 5.823
Nitrous: 5.816

Pretty close. So the one "fast blower" car's ET gets average down by all the others.

Just a thought!
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