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Old 08-05-2006, 12:01 PM   #11
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i know a guy around here that has a 350 small block chevy using a catalac (?) FWD tranny in an accord. he can slip or very slow burn out. (imagon the tires spinning w/o making smoke at about 6 RPM) in first gear an an idle if he gives it alittle gas then the tires smoke! the problem he has is he has no tracton and cant drive it. (gee i wonder why) he's wants to put 8 turbos up out of the hood but he's odd like that. he wants to set a record for the fastest most destructive burnout in a FWD car. i'll try to stop over there tomarow and get some pics

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Old 08-05-2006, 12:03 PM   #12
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You should,

He ought to be able to make a little bit of traction. There are crxs and **** running 10s that still get traction (at least enough to run a 10.X).

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