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post #1 of 5 Old 04-29-2011, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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4 wheel question

so i am just wondering. last summer i ran my truck at the track a couple of times. it ran a 15.5 in the quarter. i didnt do a burnout couse my tires are to expensive and i was afraid to launch in 4 wheel. i was just wondering if i did do a 4wheel launch does anyone think that i could get a better time? oh yeah and will the front end hold up to those speeds?






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Launch it! It will be fine.

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Did it spin the tires , if so a 4wd launch will help but don't forget you are turning two diffs so it takes more power . As long as all of your 4wd components are in good shape you should be fine .

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thanks guys. it didnt spin the tires but it did cherp them pretty good. i guess i will try it on the 13th






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