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I finally got to see a R32 in person, not only that it was at the drag strip and we got race a few times. Super nice guy with a super nice car!

Run1
R35 Car #201
R/T - .187
60' - 1.676
330 - 4.528
1/8 - 6.902
mph - 105.17
1000 - 8.953
1/4 - 10.675
mph - 133.26

R32 Car #515
R/T - .135
60' - 1.797
330 - 4.775
1/8 - 7.193
mph - 102.38
1000 - 9.204
1/4 - 10.907
mph - 134.02

Winner R35 #201 - 0.1801

 

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R35 Car #201
R/T - .150
60' - 1.727
330 - 4.595
1/8 - 6.966
mph - 105.37
1000 - 9.015
1/4 - 10.735
mph - 133.26

R32 Car #515
R/T - .225
60' - 1.796
330 - 4.703
1/8 - 7.039
mph - 106.25
1000 - 9.013
1/4 - 10.688
mph - 135.01

Winner R35 #201 - 0.0284

 

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I thought R32 won run #2?
I had the R/T wrong on mine, corrected. The R32 ran a faster time on run #2 but at the drag strip its who gets down the track over all R/T + 1/4 mile time. I sat off the win light by 0.0284. If he would have had another 50 feet he would have blew by me. That car had a mean top end. You can see him pulling in all the videos. And yeah I was the little fan boy as well taking pics :p hehe

Run #2
R35 -
R/T - 0.150 +
1/4 - 10.735
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10.885

R32
R/T - .225 +
1/4 - 10.688
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10.913

We always call that "getting tree'd" ie loosing becuase of a slower reaction time ;) Thats why i always tell people drag racing is not as easy as giving it the gas when the light turns green. Its all about timing
R/T plays a big roll at the end of the track.
 
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