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What is this 1/8 mile stuff, I never heard of 1/8 mile racing.
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What is this 1/8 mile stuff

Smaller track..alot of these smaller town dont have a full quarter..
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you also have 1/8 mile times on your 1/4 time slips. so in essents, your still racing in the 1/8 on a 1/4 track.
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oh didnt know that lol...
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" i live my life 1/4 mile at a time"...lol sorry guys i had to
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sorry but i don't consider 1/8th mile real racing.
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3:73's and 35's must suck....
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Yes, yes they do... lol

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that means i have a chance to beat the fordza!! hahaha!
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Theres a lot more 1/8 mile tracks in the country than there are 1/4's.

Not bad B. But i think Brians got you beat
Putting me in the spot again I see! hahahaha...I haven't been able to take the truck over to the track yet with the SC on there...We outta have a meet or something to go over there and have some fun!
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Next weekend I'll run again with stockers & see what I can do. But does anybody know what a stock 4.0 SOHC Ranger will run on the 1/8th?

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Putting me in the spot again I see! hahahaha...I haven't been able to take the truck over to the track yet with the SC on there...We outta have a meet or something to go over there and have some fun!
Dude , Jax is gone now! Only thing close anymore is Valdosta, Gainsville, or Orlando, which only good thing is that they are 1/4s. But soon enough, we'll have a full 1/4, and 4 mile road course out by Cecil! Cant wait.

But i do agree, we need some kinda meet to see how she runs!

HAHA, Brenton, i wish you could have run on my 14s when i was in GA, now you would have like a 7.something something gear ratio, youd be topped out by mid-track.
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I'm getting some stock '00 Mustang wheels & tires to race on the next time I go... ;-D

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