SDHQ TT 77 incar from SNORE 250

esbyota

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Well here is some of the in car from the SNORE primm 250 this weekend in the SDHQ sponsored TT #77. Had a long day but will have it ready for laughlin in december. We will have some front and more rear up later.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRFvAgrYQsw"]YouTube - NVEExport 0007[/ame]



Thanks to SDHQ! If anyone wants a bitchen incar, check them out at

http://www.superduty-hq.com/viocameras.aspx
http://www.superduty-hq.com/vioaccessories.aspx
 

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This vid must have been in the beginning because when you came threw pit 1 on the 1st lap it looks like you already have rolled the truck. What mile marker was it at
 

esbyota

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Mile 8, the speedway sway bar broke and was plan sketchy to drive without it. Time to upgrade.
 

WORCS332

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Ouch Mile 8.... So what exactly happened later in the race. I only recall you guys coming threw pit 1 once...
 

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Must have been the small bar with there arms cause we have used the same large bar with our arms for many years now. Bummer though.
 

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EL ROMAN

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Ouch Mile 8.... So what exactly happened later in the race. I only recall you guys coming threw pit 1 once...

co-dog chiming in, after the roll we threw the sway bar arm in the truck and ran to pit 2 to take the front one piece off. about a mile after pit 2 our fuel pick up came loose inside our fuel cell, we had to open up the fuel cell and tighten up the hose (after troubleshooting the fuel pump, relays, regulator, and filters). after fixing the fuel pick up, we ran through mm20 on the 2nd lap and broke a front upper arm bolt, bending the arm. we then limped the truck back to pits.
 

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co-dog chiming in, after the roll we threw the sway bar arm in the truck and ran to pit 2 to take the front one piece off. about a mile after pit 2 our fuel pick up came loose inside our fuel cell, we had to open up the fuel cell and tighten up the hose (after troubleshooting the fuel pump, relays, regulator, and filters). after fixing the fuel pick up, we ran through mm20 on the 2nd lap and broke a front upper arm bolt, bending the arm. we then limped the truck back to pits.

hey at least you gave it 110%!!! that sounds like a rough day but thats all part of racing.
 

esbyota

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Had the .188 thick speedway bar. Putting the .250 thick and going to try it at laughlin.

 
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Is that a mason truck? the dash and interior look like a pro runner...
 

esbyota

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yup, 5.3 turn key motor in a mason pro runner. We put 35's on it and a 40 gallon fuel cell.. Adding some bumps soon and some small other items here and there.
 

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Looked like you were driving with no gloves?:eek:
 
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