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    Sweet runs

    Is it stripped at all?

    How much was that carbon plenum? I really fancy making one though.

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    it is around 1300kg with me in it, plenum waas ~$700USD a few years ago
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    i chucked out the slips because my tune wasnt nearly as agressive as it is now and it was wet but i ran a best of around 16.5 with a 60 foot time of about 2.8-3.0 seconds. i know i can muster a 2.0 60 foot in the dry so should be interesting seeing what ill run next time with the new tune and some decent rear tyres and, touch wood, some dry weather. im guessing a little under 15 in the dry assuming a 2.0 sec 60 foot time.

    couldnt be bad for a lightly fettled E30 325i at any rate
     
     

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    good time mate . im goin to santa pod sunday 27 march with my 323i but i shud hav the 3.0 m engine in by then im hopein to do 13.00 and ill be happy to get clos to that lol
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    yea not bad considering the tune i was running was rubbish compared to what im running now. also the inner half of my rear tyres resembled racing slicks and have since been replaced lol

    cant wait for a proper bash at the next drag event. closest thing to a proper strip we have here is straightliners events in eniskillen which is run on a runway or a small airport/airfield. thats where the pic in my sig was from, did well that run, managed to stick with the cerbera till around the halfway mark. would have been a different story in the dry tho lol
     
     

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