West Virginia Chapter Director /
MA Drag Race Team Coordinator
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Hedgesville, WV
Between the additional weight reducing measures you have in mind, some future mods you have planned and some additional tuning it should be a low 13 second car, possibly high 12's in the right conditions.
It appears you are running in a cooler climate than most. What track were you running at on the video's. Late fall before the track closes will help out considerably if the track will hook. The air density is much better at that time.
I've seen Drillers car go 13.1's in the right conditions at full Weight so a lighter car at some point should be able to improve upon those times possibly.
You are headed in the right direction!!
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