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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-27-2010, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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another spring ?

what rating would be best for street use? Only see track 2-3 times a year. Right I have 4 cyl stuff on the front.
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Aluminum heads or Cast Iron.I have Aluminum heads on my 460 and still have the 4 cylinder springs front and rear on it yet.

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I have aluminum heads. I think I have asked you before about your set up because I like the way your car sits. Are you going to keep the stock setup? How does it hook?
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I don't have the money to change anything right now so the stock stuff is staying.I've only had it to the track 2 times best 60 ft was a 1.66.

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