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Looking at Mt drag radial slicks for my Chevelle. I see they offer a 33x14.5x15 drag radial slicks. Anyone ever used these?
 

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1969 Chevelle. 572 BBC makes 1010hp &807tq . Powerglide with 1.80 gear set. Launch at 4600rpm . 4.88 rear gear. 4-link back halved. Bracket car running 1/8 mile. Right now I have 33x15x15 stiff sidewall slick mt.
 

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I think the move to radials would be a good one. Your 60 foot is soft for the ET and the radials will help with that.
 

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thec 33 10.5w is about 5 pounds lighter each and less rolling resistance than you have now and your not beating that side wall up!
 

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The radials will be quicker, but could be harder to get off the starting line depending on track prep and car set up. You will not get the life from the radial either.

Yes - the 33.0/10.5-15W is a way to go and may help with less rollout .

I hope this helps.

Thanks,

Jason Moulton
 
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