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I have allways ran M/T et streets on my car but I want to switch to a radial. I have heard all kinds of stories so I would like to know what you guys have experienced. Which is best BF Goodrich, Hoosier, or M/T drag radial. I am running a 3250lb car if that means anything.
 

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m/t all the way
 

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I don't think tires will be your issue. However radials will test your whole suspension and tuning skills;) Good shocks are a MUST.
 

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MTs,
 

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MT as well as Hoosiers, the ET streets have some weak ass sidewalls, so you may need to make a few adj as far as T brake Chip and shock adj,
 

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I have Koni double adj. on the back and I have just put a 2nd stage on NOS to help control the tire.
 

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i like the m/t and the hoosiers myself.
if you suspension is right, you might go a lil faster on them.
if you bracket race on a regular basis, bring out your wallet. you wont get as many passes as an et street or a quick time pro.
they sure drive nice.... all in what you are after.
 

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M/T 275/60/15 on 3700lb 04 Cobra has been 1.36 60', 10.01 @135
 
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