Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: the business end of a CAD station.
actually from my experience drag racing, it doesn't matter so much what kind of times you're cutting so much as it matters whether you're consistant or not. If you're having a good day and cutting good lights, you stage deeper, like 18" deeper so you're actually running 660'+18" if you're having a shitty day and can't cut a light, you want to stage very shallow, so you're running like 660'+2"
ofcourse you're better off to cut a better time and stage deep 'cause then you're actually already moving fairly well by the time you break the first beam, but it's not the end of the world by any means to be slow at this stuff. If you wanna practice cutting a light, try to get within 0.01 of yourself every time.
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