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Before I go any further on my build I must now halt and order the SFI spec 25.5 from the foundation. Why? Because I've been following the NHRA rule book and quite frankly I can't find a way to potential within it's covers. (I know, that's not what it's there for) I would like to build the vehicle in a way to be exponential rather than dead end. In other words I would hate to weld it up in a way that killed it in it's tracks. For all I know I may have already ascrewed. Seems like the $40 or so would be a good investment?
 

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Before I go any further on my build I must now halt and order the SFI spec 25.5 from the foundation. Why? Because I've been following the NHRA rule book and quite frankly I can't find a way to potential within it's covers. (I know, that's not what it's there for) I would like to build the vehicle in a way to be exponential rather than dead end. In other words I would hate to weld it up in a way that killed it in it's tracks. For all I know I may have already ascrewed. Seems like the $40 or so would be a good investment?
That has been the way to go for me...I've had to order the 2.4B, 10.5 and 25.X Series specs in the past. I figured it was cheaper in the long-run because having to re-do things was always more costly for me.
 
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