Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: southern indiana
60ft times are pretty good, i'd say you would be awful close to hitting 10's, lowering across the board will def put you in the 10.9 range. figure out your gearing also, are you having to make another shift late in the track, or are you crossing the line after you have dropped off power, sometimes one or two teeth on a back sproket can make a pretty decent difference.
for instance my buddy on his TLR went up 2 teeth on his back sproket and became slower because he had to make one more shift even though his 1/8 mile time imprved.