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Thread: Track Times after RCR Little Lunati low lift

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    Lets hope these help

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    I only paid $350 for the pair with brand new 275/40/17 nitto NT05 tires.

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    Went back to the track with the drag pack. Same result best was a 12.96 at 112 with a 2.1 60 foot. No power down low. I did some experimenting and i cant even get it to spin the stock tires on the street when i floor it from a dead stop. Its gotta be the tune, im gonna contact PatG and see what he thinks.

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    Gotta turn off ESC

    When I talked with Rick long ago about cams, the little Lunati ran best of 11.8x@120ish with a drag pack, intake, exhaust and 3.45 gears
    MGM '09 G8 GT, RCR tuned, RCR cam (223/231 .625/.622 111+0 ), PRC 250CC heads 65cc chambers, RCR "ram air" intake, & ported TB; Spectre 102mm MAF/LS7 card, HSRK, DT headers, Vararam with RCR type air wedge, Solo Mach CB, 3.45 gears & Yank 3200SS stall

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    When Rick does the build, he mills the heads for a decent bump in compression. He also runs A LOT of timing so he is usually on race gas. He's big on weight reduction too. His cars maximized to run at the track. Just running the same cam he's used isn't going to get you the same time. Then there are things like driver experience, track prep, weather/DA, etc. If it were easy to go fast, everyone would do it.

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