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Old 05-09-2017, 01:53 PM   #46
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Give the nitrous cars a lock-up converter... I bet you'd see some PDRA cars show up...
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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!
Yeah, pretty close in that aspect of it. In this chart I have the et's they run in elims too. On the left are top 3 of each power adder and then everyone on the right.

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Old 05-09-2017, 03:42 PM   #48
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Give the nitrous cars a lock-up converter... I bet you'd see some PDRA cars show up...
How they wouldn't have the grade points to show up?
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The 5.71 will not go unnoticed..........wait for it
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Old 05-09-2017, 10:08 PM   #50
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How they wouldn't have the grade points to show up?
True, but I bet some would take the necessary steps. Plus you can always just buy your way in...
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................and the blowers just got hit !!!!!!! bad Frank and the obsolete clutch cars
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Give the nitrous cars a lock-up converter......
I wish they would but its a tough sell to NHRA. Too bad they base their decision off of decades old parts failure info which is not currently accurate. I think the biggest reason though is that they want to keep them out of Top Alcohol.
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I wish they would but its a tough sell to NHRA. Too bad they base their decision off of decades old parts failure info which is not currently accurate. I think the biggest reason though is that they want to keep them out of Top Alcohol.
You would have to allow lock up clutches as well and there are some very trick ideas for them as well. 4 disk small diameter 30 lbs lighter than a 10.7 and all air activated. Timer or electronically controlled more cubic bucks lol
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You would have to allow lock up clutches as well and there are some very trick ideas for them as well. 4 disk small diameter 30 lbs lighter than a 10.7 and all air activated. Timer or electronically controlled more cubic bucks lol
And we know someone would show up with that in a heartbeat if allowed, Jim! LOL
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lol would be fun getting to play with some cool gizmo's and do- dads no more burnt fingers or dropped nuts in the bellhousing
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Well looking at all the data, the change did help. Blowers are slowest on average now. Im going to be adding the top 3/qualifier average chart on here now too.



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Great info, thanks for doing that promodvette!
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If you take a say 2500 lbs Pro Mod with 500 cu.in. max. and add any amount of nitrous or any size and number of turbos or any type size of supercharger which would be the fastest. this would be parity to me.
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If you take a say 2500 lbs Pro Mod with 500 cu.in. max. and add any amount of nitrous or any size and number of turbos or any type size of supercharger which would be the fastest. this would be parity to me.
You don't understand what parity is, do you?
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Old 05-22-2017, 07:40 PM   #60
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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.
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