I think I see where you are coming from as,
Maybe if your a blown bracket car you want to chase as many people as possible, as some people don't do being chased as well. Or, if you want to chase dragsters in a blown door car. Seems those would matter. Zoomies add power to blown cars, all about getting the exhaust out.Don’t know, but if it happens to be a bracket car, what’s it really matter?
Little history on zoomies, guys used to run what they called “weed burners”. A semi straight downward facing pipe. Someone turned them upwards and made some pretty good passes because of the down force.quick and easy back in the day
If the motors blown I could see it.
This brings up a few questions !well Tonto I really don't know what your asking?? Blown Fuel and blown alky have little to 0 reversion with the with camming set up they run for optimum blown performance. And un-blown fuelers run zoomies because the egt's coming out of 1-hole would Chernobyl a collector..
Fuel funny cars were experimenting with laying back headers and were picking up ET and mph. NHRA made a rule for the maximum angle that you can lay the headers back. Top Alcohol funny cars often have a few different sets of lay back headers to fine tune he car to the track. Every driver I’ve spoke to says the laid back headers are a bear to drive and the car is much better behaved with upright headers on it.This brings up a few questions !
When the Nitro burners run , they have 6' high Flames - Unburned Nitro?
How much is Unburned?
Is it All Burned up in the Flames? Like a After Burner ? , they say 10-12 Gallons Nitro used per run
If a Hole goes Out is there a Film of Nitro on the Track?
Exhaust FLAMES, Does this increase Downforce? A Benefit of too Rich ? After Burner style?
Excuse my Ignorance !
Don’t know, but if it happens to be a bracket car, what’s it really matter?