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  • #46

    Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

    Maybe I should buy a new boss302 ,add a procharger and go! Would that be ok? I dont think we will ever see a lot of new cars that are not performance based. Thats what power tour is for...
    used to be purplecobra, now just myself. I still drive a mustang!!!!!

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    • #47

      Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

      Just remember, there are .45 zones and .22 zones... they'll give you a ticket for shooting a .45 in a .22 zone.
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      • #48

        Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

        Just remember, there are .45 zones and .22 zones... they'll give you a ticket for shooting a .45 in a .22 zone.
        So would a 40 get warning and a 50 cal a what the hell was that?
        Drag Week 2012 - Winner Street Race Big Block Naturally Aspirated - Big hat no horses Drag Week 2013 - Watching the live feed Drag Week 2014 - Maybe I'll go faster with a 1000 fewer pounds?

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        • #49

          Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

          So would a 40 get warning and a 50 cal a what the hell was that?
          Desert Eagle (.50 AE) or BMG?

          I'll be real curious to see the map - there's no decent route other than I-35 or I-45 and they are both "interesting" going through downtown / South Dallas. Maybe they have a route around Dallas?
          Last edited by Beagle; April 15th, 2012, 07:44 AM.
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          • #50

            Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

            route 66 east out of tulsa,371 south to dallas.

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            • #51

              Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

              I guess we should bring more ammo and have the co pilot empty them, as you load-em!
              Dan, Co-Pilot Drag Week 06
              Drag Week '11 just Me and my Dad in my 53 Chevy, which was his Dads old truck
              Drag Week '12 plus one day...Me and Dad in my 53 again....
              Drag Week 2013 with my father in law.. New BEST ET/MPH 11.87@112

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              • #52

                Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                Desert Eagle (.50 AE) or BMG?

                I'll be real curious to see the map - there's no decent route other than I-35 or I-45 and they are both "interesting" going through downtown / South Dallas. Maybe they have a route around Dallas?
                Desert Eagle. Why does my hand hurt?
                Drag Week 2012 - Winner Street Race Big Block Naturally Aspirated - Big hat no horses Drag Week 2013 - Watching the live feed Drag Week 2014 - Maybe I'll go faster with a 1000 fewer pounds?

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                • #53

                  Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                  Better than your forehead hurting from the impact if you're not ready for it - they are the very definition of a hand cannon.
                  There's always something new to learn.

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                  • #54

                    Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                    I like the phrase "street howitzer" although that reference from my favorite movie is to a scatter gun.

                    Still after Chicago Heights I'd prefer a route around the sketchy neighborhoods.
                    Drag Week 2012 - Winner Street Race Big Block Naturally Aspirated - Big hat no horses Drag Week 2013 - Watching the live feed Drag Week 2014 - Maybe I'll go faster with a 1000 fewer pounds?

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                    • #55

                      Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                      So the rollcage rifle clamps would probably be overkill then Bill?

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                      • #56

                        Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                        So the rollcage rifle clamps would probably be overkill then Bill?
                        as long as they are quick release!!
                        Dan, Co-Pilot Drag Week 06
                        Drag Week '11 just Me and my Dad in my 53 Chevy, which was his Dads old truck
                        Drag Week '12 plus one day...Me and Dad in my 53 again....
                        Drag Week 2013 with my father in law.. New BEST ET/MPH 11.87@112

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                        • #57

                          Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                          I like the phrase "street howitzer" although that reference from my favorite movie is to a scatter gun.

                          Still after Chicago Heights I'd prefer a route around the sketchy neighborhoods.
                          I liked the line "I'm your Huckleberry " from that movie.

                          Saw a kid shoot a .50 AE at the range one day, he was shaking so hard he could barely squeeze it off. I was just glad it was pointing down the lane when it did. His idiot buddy was trying to catch the brass, they wanted 1.00 apiece for the brass at the range. I nudged the last wife and yelled "HOT!" ... he figured it out.

                          Do we get more than 10 minutes notice on the routes?
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                          • #58

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                            Do we get more than 10 minutes notice on the routes?
                            You get the route when you turn in your time slip for the day.
                            Neal

                            Drag Week 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

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                            • #59

                              Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                              I take a lesser route with a 2 shot deringer .22 long hollow points, easy to hide, goes where I point it
                              2007 SBN/A Drag Week Winner & First only SBN/A Car in the 9's Till 2012
                              First to run in the .90s .80s and .70's in SBN/A
                              2012 SSBN/A Drag Week Winner First in the 9.60's/ 9.67 @ 139 1.42 60'
                              2013 SSBN/A Drag Week, Lets quit sand bagging, and let it rip!

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                              • #60

                                Re: Why Do Some Take New Production Cars

                                I take a lesser route with a 2 shot deringer .22 long hollow points, easy to hide, goes where I point it
                                HA!...that's my pocket gun. N/A arms 5 shot 22 mag derringer....I like how you think
                                My way of joking is to tell the truth. It's the funniest joke in the world.

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