Optimizing a powerglide drag car

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Re: Optimizing a powerglide drag car

Postby AMXstocker1 » Sat Oct 29, 2016 1:37 pm

expensive is a relevant term there are alot more good deals out there on bracket style glides then turbo 350s and turbo 400s not saying it would be cheaper. but it would be really close gear ratios and you would have a over drive for the street and glide simplicity and durability and low rotating weight. might not be a bad package and if you were just bracket racing don't worry about the middle gear and just run it like a glide.

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Re: Optimizing a powerglide drag car

Postby autogear » Thu Nov 03, 2016 8:20 am

Didn't Freibergers "F-bomb" camaro at one point have a glide with a G-Vendors?

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Re: Optimizing a powerglide drag car

Postby cgarb » Tue Nov 22, 2016 5:18 pm

Not sure what kind of racing your doing but a slower heavy car with a glide I always had trouble catching a light footbraking. The car just don't react to where I like leaving. My personal preference, maybe others who leave on a different spot would be fine.

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Re: Optimizing a powerglide drag car

Postby BOOT » Wed Nov 23, 2016 10:04 pm

car should be 3000-3200 total, some consider that heavy and other light.
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