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Old 12-17-2010, 09:29 AM   #1
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Default Gearing 10.5 w/no timing

Been running timed 10.5 for a while now and our club is trying a move to 10.5 no timing.

As i've no idea on how to gear it, what should I be aiming for on a track which is 20x12m using speed passion speedo and gm motor.

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Gear it at 5.0 FDR
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Thanks for the advice guys, only changed to slightly higher timing on the motor and the car was awesome all night, even put in a time faster than the fastest 10.5 timing guys XD
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