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  1. good thing is it was only structural... all of our go-fast "cheaty" stuff will transfer w/o a problem.. lol
  2. well our mis-fortune is since we wrecked the 84 we have a clean slate with the 88. I will be trying the "jeans" method or perhaps apply the big stickers to a magnetic roll.
  3. I did use a heat gun.....
  4. Not the glue I had issues with, the panels and some of the decals would take the paint off.
  5. All the decals used in this series are butt terrible to remove. Even with a heat gun.
  6. I guess that means NEW number panels and NEW windshield decals and NEW stickrs all over?
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    Swap Calculator is Live!

    Working on my mid-engine Chump....err Champcar, shoul dbe just under 500 points.
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    Point values?

    nothing counts anymore why bother...
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    Swap Calculator is Live!

    So make your own.
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    Swap Calculator is Live!

    I calcualted that you could swap a 190hp 350 into a 944 for a total of 410 points
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    Question Re Engine Preservation Mods

    If you can buy a $400+ oil pan with trap doors and baffles and only get a 25 point hit, I'm guessing a scraper shouldn't be more than 5 points.
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    Swap Calculator is Live!

    yes some of my drag gas has made it's way into the mower.... ummmm
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    Swap Calculator is Live!

    but it smells sooooo gooood.
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    Swap Calculator is Live!

    120? you guys are lucky.... we probably burn thru 150-160 (if we did 2x8 hour races)
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    Swap Calculator is Live!

    It has been known to happen Then it is a wedge head? talk about quench.
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