Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Farmersville/Dayton, Ohio
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Keep the wheels straight, no reason to saw at the wheel, not gonna help ya any. If you feel the truck start to bounce or hop, let off the throttle. If something doesn't sound or feel right, let off the throttle. Just remember to NEVER touch your brakes, unless you feel like getting some new dents.
My first time hooking i was nervous as heck, probably the most nervous i've ever been, because i was so worried about destroying the truck. Took it slow and steady down the track, and didn't do too bad, but far from good. 2nd hook i wasn't as worried, and let her eat. This week i've got 2-3 hooks planned, so i'm starting to get more comfortable with it. But after your first time, your hooked(pun intended) for life! I'm already planning several thousands of dollars of upgrades just to get my truck half-competitive.
97 F-250 ECLB 7.3/E4OD/4wd
, 216k miles: FFD 250/200%'s, stock turbo, built trans, e-fuel, Swamps IDM, shimmed 910's, Melling LPOP, welded cam gear/modified pick-up tube. Built and tuned by me
97 F-250 ECSB project truck:250/2's, Gen 3, S468, SD axles, studs/springs, ZF-6