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    That redeye at work is priced at 92k sticker.
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    Holy crap...
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    Its 58k base price and the guy added everything.
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    Ok then...holy shit!! :-)
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    12.76 @ 114.04 bone stock. Koni yellow coil-overs, BMR watts, LCA and LCA relo brackets, Borla S-type axle back.

    1966 Coupe - 331 stroker - Bullet custom roller cam - cam and motor installed and dyno tuned by Rodeheavers Hot Rod - Astro A5 - McLeod RXT - 486 to the wheels - more fun than my little tires can handle

    1966 Oldsmobile Toronado - currently NOT on jackstands

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    That's a sweet challenger!

    Why did they put drag radials in the front?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    That's a sweet challenger!

    Why did they put drag radials in the front?
    Did the same thing with the demon. cant honestly answer that. I guess when you wear out the rears you can rotate tires and get normal tires for the front and still have drag radials on the back??

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    Fronts would probably wear out quickly?? DR’s probably don’t like to turn? Just get 2 street tires and put them on the fronts...saving the spare DR’s for the rear.
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    12.76 @ 114.04 bone stock. Koni yellow coil-overs, BMR watts, LCA and LCA relo brackets, Borla S-type axle back.

    1966 Coupe - 331 stroker - Bullet custom roller cam - cam and motor installed and dyno tuned by Rodeheavers Hot Rod - Astro A5 - McLeod RXT - 486 to the wheels - more fun than my little tires can handle

    1966 Oldsmobile Toronado - currently NOT on jackstands

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    They are a brand new nexan drag radial so don't know what to expect. If they don't suck that is a good plan. I might even have a set of stock hellcat tires still in the garage from the last challenger

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    Super small update. It has a vin now

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    Better check the CarFax...
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    12.76 @ 114.04 bone stock. Koni yellow coil-overs, BMR watts, LCA and LCA relo brackets, Borla S-type axle back.

    1966 Coupe - 331 stroker - Bullet custom roller cam - cam and motor installed and dyno tuned by Rodeheavers Hot Rod - Astro A5 - McLeod RXT - 486 to the wheels - more fun than my little tires can handle

    1966 Oldsmobile Toronado - currently NOT on jackstands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cam99 View Post
    Super small update. It has a vin now
    Guess you can officially put it up for sale now then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper_ed View Post
    Guess you can officially put it up for sale now then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John4cam View Post
    Ahh fuque
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    Saw that earlier today Dan. Curious if a diff brace prevents such a failure?
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    12.76 @ 114.04 bone stock. Koni yellow coil-overs, BMR watts, LCA and LCA relo brackets, Borla S-type axle back.

    1966 Coupe - 331 stroker - Bullet custom roller cam - cam and motor installed and dyno tuned by Rodeheavers Hot Rod - Astro A5 - McLeod RXT - 486 to the wheels - more fun than my little tires can handle

    1966 Oldsmobile Toronado - currently NOT on jackstands

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    Pretty much everyone who races has a diff brace. I have one. Does not make it bulletproof but helps with wheel hop issues. Independent rears have benefits but not as tough as a solid rear. How about the newer Mustangs? Do they use a diff brace?

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