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As anyone ever seen or heard of a ss member putting drag radials all the way around on a awd? Just curious, im planning on doing this to try and see if i can get a better launch at the track. The most boost i can build without spinning out the hole is 10-11 psi. Doing away with single turbo kit and doing twins now. Wanting to try and launch at 14-15 psi? Any ideas on helping with launch traction? Thanks guys. Sorry if i posted in wrong section.

 

 

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Drag radials made a big difference on a friend's rwd ss, so im very sure 4 will really get you launching lol

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I use M/H drag radials on my 03 Silverado ss AWD my 60' times 1.548 very little spin on good track ,running a tvs2300 Maggie on 18lbs of boost :chevrolet:

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I use M/H drag radials on my 03 Silverado ss AWD my 60' times 1.548 very little spin on good track ,running a tvs2300 Maggie on 18lbs of boost :chevrolet:

You have drag radials all around?

 

 

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Yes you can do it. It's been done many times. If I ever get a set of 16's they will have DR's on all 4 corners :)

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Yes you can do it. It's been done many times. If I ever get a set of 16's they will have DR's on all 4 corners :)

I picked up some 16s and planning on running et streets on all 4 corners

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Jeezus. My friends always compliment my stock AWD launch and how it throws their heads back. I could only imagine the neck-snapping capabilities if you need drag radials on all four tires. That must be an awesome feeling.

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