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post #1 of 11 Old 07-22-2011, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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How far over should I go?

OK, so I've been thinking about turning one of my 10's into a full blown drag....

Here are my plans....All motor, no NOS....unless there's a different class that is basically all motor and allows NOS? But anywho, basically all motor.

How far should I go to be about the right length out without being too long or being too short....I'm sure there's up's and downs for being too long.

Anyways, thanks in advance.
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post #3 of 11 Old 07-23-2011, 09:44 PM
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Best bet is to do what Im planning on doing I want a 10-12-14 over evil chromoly Arm. You can adjust between the 3. Or if your making it an all out racer maybe do a 12-14-16 just to give you more adjustment. Im only 10 over but wish I was 12.
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I went 10 over so I can go from 62" to 68 have a 12 over arm to that Im thinking of running next year or put on my other 04 that I have

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i was 7 over and went to 12 and love it
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63-65in is really good on a 10r for stock motor

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63-65in is really good on a 10r for stock motor

I'm at 63in and It works just fine for my tune up!
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Underbracing needed when you go 10" over?
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Underbracing needed when you go 10" over?
not really unless you have mean hp!

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not really unless you have mean hp!
I've seen some 70in or better bikes unbraced and making clean passes
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