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10 Bolt and Slicks

This is a discussion on 10 Bolt and Slicks within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have a 99 Z28 with the T56 - six speed. I'm thinking of getting slicks for some runs at ...

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    Turnersville, NJ

    1999 Camaro Z28

    10 Bolt and Slicks

    I have a 99 Z28 with the T56 - six speed. I'm thinking of getting slicks for some runs at the strip. Do you think my 10 Bolt rear will hold up? I currently have run 13.3 at 107 mph, w/ a 2.11 60 ft.
    My mods are LS6 intake, ram air intake w/K&N, Bigger MAF, Magnaflow catback, and Hypertech Programmer.
    The rear was just rebuilt with Motive 3.90 gears (Good ones - New ratio), Moser Axles, and all new bearings. Also, I have tubular LCA's and SFC's.

    By, the you think I can get into the 12's with the slicks and some good conditions?

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    Dec 2005

    1973 Camaro

    I suffer from the same 60' disease you have. Slicks will fix that and easily put you in the 12's, as for the 10bolt it's a crap shoot as to how many launches it will take. Let me know what happens.
    '73 Plain Jane Camaro, Gen III, T56
    '02 WS6, M6
    All gone but not forgotten

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    If you dump the clutch with slicks. Most likely the rear won't hold.

    A friend broke his on slicks the first time out.
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