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This is a discussion about Busa powered Jr Comp cars within the 1320 Nation section, where you will Drag Race Discussion Covering Everything NOT Related to Motorcycles; its funny that they put little kids in these things, i dont think the jr dragster guys really know what kind of potential they're getting. i know i dont want a little kid driving one

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    its funny that they put little kids in these things, i dont think the jr dragster guys really know what kind of potential they're getting. i know i dont want a little kid driving one that i get my hands on. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by JSpin View Post
    its funny that they put little kids in these things, i dont think the jr dragster guys really know what kind of potential they're getting. i know i dont want a little kid driving one that i get my hands on. LOL
    I see a lot of JR dragsters that run a lot faster in the 1/8 then most street cars. And the JR comp is for 14 and up
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    Not kids in the ones with the bike motors. AMA Prostar actually lets them run in Indy every year because there is a company there that builds the funny cars for the bike motors. 180 inch is the norm for these and a frame is around 1700. The price goes from there depending what you want done to it. I just sold my funny car about 6 months ago on here. The dragsters are NHRA legal to run up to 7.60 in the 1/4 mile. There is a shop in Ohio building them every day for whatever motor you want in it. Check out UMDRA.com and see a whole league for them.
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    there is a turbo busa one over here he is working on the clutch set up now it should run damn good as soon as its sorted out

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    those look badass

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    There is an ex jr dragster champion here in Australia that has just started one of these, using a stock Gen 2 and a chassis he built( a modified jr dragster), has already run mid 9's and they have alot of development left in it, They have just put a hays clutch in it and I'm trying to talk them into putting on an air shift. There future plans are a turbo and low 7's...
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    There's another guy here in OZ, his kids run a JD and wants to upgrade to Comp, he says he'll be importing a chasis from the US and wants me to build him a Turbo achol busa motor for it......I suggested we start with a NA busa motor first and see how things go first

    We'll see how long it takes to ban them here! eh Rowan.


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    I think once someone throws a turbo on one, ANDRA will shit bricks...

    I'll give you Gavin Hansons number, thats Blazes old man, he built it in his chassis shop!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JSpin View Post
    there ya go......they look like gigantic jr dragsters. i believe they're 180" chassis cars.
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    I'm building one now for my son. With a 08 gsxr 1000 motor
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    motivational tubing builds a bad ass jr comp car... id like to build one but what class would they stick it in?? we dont have jr comp here yet

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    There are not many tracks that will run the JRComp cars. There is a class for them in some parts but not around us. I think here age 16 to 21 At the Eastern Confrence Finals in Bristol, Tn last year there were 8 total. A mix of 1k and busa's. Sliders and lockups. Motavational Tubing builds some bad chassis for these.
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    Hey guys, the turboed car talked about in Oz earlier is ours and last weekend my son Blaze ran 7.76 at 176mph with a relatively mild tune. The 60' and short track times were a bit off to what we have run, but this thing is great fun. Will be building a chassis bike for this engine to go into in the near future.
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