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DYNO FAQ So you are booked in for your first Dyno Tune. You may have some questions, here are the common ones to keep you on the right track. Q: Should I make sure my spark plugs, leads and ignition system are in good working order prior to my booking? A: Certainly not. Just like other known issu...
Clarkie 'squire' Hillyard ran a new p.b. at Doorslammers at the weekend with a [email protected]
He had the following to say....
Car back out for the first time since national finals with no changes.
Saturday qualifying we ran a new pb with less nitrous but a few changes needed for the 60ft on the new track.
1st pass - 10.75 @ 124.61 mph (100 shot)
2nd pass - 10.94 @ 124.57 mph (100 shot)
3rd pass - 10.83 @ 125.62 mph (120 shot)
4th pass - aborted
Sunday’s racing, we got a very unlucky draw with the fastest car in the 4 cylinder class but still have it ago.
1st pass - 10.49 @ 125.58 mph (140 shot) PB
2nd pass - 10.59 @ 127.36 mph (140 shot and dead clutch)