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I left super early this morning to Hagerstown, Mason Dixon Dragway for a chassis cert. I tried to beat the mad rush so I could salvage the day, and boy did I, I was second in line and then an easy 40-45 cars and trailers started rolling in, and they kept coming.... The Nova is now certified to 8.50's. The sticker says so....LOL! Now the question is: am I ? :confused: :cool:

I am going to head over to 75/80 our local track for a few easy test runs today, first time out this year, let the season begin! :yes:

I was excited and wanted to share my joy!
Excitment over....for now!
 

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I left super early this morning to Hagerstown, Mason Dixon Dragway for a chassis cert. I tried to beat the mad rush so I could salvage the day, and boy did I, I was second in line and then an easy 40-45 cars and trailers started rolling in, and they kept coming.... The Nova is now certified to 8.50's. The sticker says so....LOL! Now the question is: am I ? :confused: :cool:

I am going to head over to 75/80 our local track for a few easy test runs today, first time out this year, let the season begin! :yes:

I was excited and wanted to share my joy!
Excitment over....for now!
Congrat's man. That is so cool. Hopefully some time late this summer I will get mine Certified also. Congrat's again
 

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thanks. it was actually alot easier than i had thought.....
write a check, have Jeff install goodies, and then get inspected..... :devil:
 

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That's way cool John, time to get it on the track so you can report back.

I'm not even fast enough for a roll bar!
 

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who did your cage? I know a shop in Mt. Airy, Clarke Racing Chassis. my buddy used to work there and he lives in Lovettsville, VA. He goes to those tracks. His name is Leonard Mullin.
 

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Congrats! Fortunatly, Our NHRA guy makes house calls and lives in town.
Brandon
Man I could not get that lucky. You either half to catch the(man who cert's cages down here)man at the track. Or you half to drive 1-2 hr's across town to meet him at the Wal Mart close to his house.:mad:
 

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Usually they will travel to your house for a cert...you just pay by the mile. That's how we've done the last 2.
Not the guy here in Houston. I have ask him and the best he will do is either meet him at the track or meet him at WalMart next to his house.
 

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Not the guy here in Houston. I have ask him and the best he will do is either meet him at the track or meet him at WalMart next to his house.
It must vary by Division then...that's real bummer if you have to load a chassis up that's not a roller yet and take it some place.
 

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