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Hoosier makes the 17" and M & H recently came out with the 28X10.5X18 ( which can be run on all 4). What's the best short time to expect from either of these before switching brakes and running 15's in the rear?
 

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Does anyone know if they set up the ETS differently to achieve these short times?
Yes Jack trans sells a billet set up with upgraded front clutches for these times.
 

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Ive gone 1.31 on M and H 18s. Stock ETS and rear diff
 

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To my knowledge they only upgraded the clutches in the trans w shep. I will ask them if you want to know.....
Thanks for the response. I'd like to know if the front end is happy with a little more power and are the cars frequently street driven.
 

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That's bad ass. 18's on all 4 corners? Any suspension work?
I had to put the car back to stock height to fit the slicks under the front without rubbing. They actually fit and work while lowered, but when I launched, it pulled the left front wheel off the ground slightly, and when it came down, it launched the parking light out of the fender.

Joe
 
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