BUILD THREAD Street/Strip Cutlass Build: Race it, break it, fix it, repeat.

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but I was afraid of what the 10 bolt would have to say about it. After I got that 12 second pass, I was like "I don't care if I send the ring gear through the cover!" lol. Luckily it took it like a champ...this time.
I read this twice before I remembered the title of your thread - somewhat of an oxymoronic situation (not sure if that's a word, but it sounded good - lol)


7.5" are cheap to fix :):)
 
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I read this twice before I remembered the title of your thread - somewhat of an oxymoronic situation (not sure if that's a word, but it sounded good - lol)


7.5" are cheap to fix :):)

They can be. To be honest I do enjoy “race it, break it, fix it, repeat.” Although my wallet doesnt seem to enjoy it at all. In all seriousness i’ve been lucky. Most of the breaking I’ve done so far has been pretty cheap to fix.
 
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It looks like it leaves nice and hard! Almost getting air under the front on a 12 second, full effort pass is impressive!(y)
Thanks! Its hard to tell but I think I got a little paper slipper wheelie going there haha. It definitely leaves hard, the front suspension is pretty much on full extension.

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