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need to know if anyone has taken their f2/3 to the drag strip i'm going to a strip here that is only 1/8 mile. running best time 7.32 @ 92 mph was wondering if anyone knows their 1/4 and 1/8 times
 

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with running cars, we always multiplied your 1/8th time by 1.56 to get a decently accurate quarter.
There's a whole big equation to find out based on weight and power but I don't remember it.
 

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Sound s bit slow. I'd think you could get down to a 7 sec flat at around 100 mph if you got a great launch and 60' time.
 

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We went to the track to other night. The bikes were not hooking up all that well. I'm not all that good in the drag just yet. I think the best we could get was .777 reaction, 7.3 1/8th mile at around 90-95 mph. we should be running like a .600 reaction, 6.8 in the 1/8 at like 105mph but oh well it was funny.
 

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you should be running .500 r/ts :) They don't affect the ET - start to leave when you see the 3rd amber light and your r/t will improve
 

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5 flats are pritty hard, they'll come in time!
 

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f3's should be doing at least mid to low 11's (10.9's if you have a perfect track) with 7's on the 1/8. If you can get your 60ft to be under 1.7 seconds, then you're good to go.
 

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haha r/t times effecting ET's... anyways 7.32 is good with those low trap speeds. you should be pulling high 1.6 sixty foots for those numbers
 

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Mid to low 11s is about right. My friend ran 11.2 @ 122mph on an F4. And he's not the greatest of riders. The F3 isn't far behind.
 
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