A great thread!
Instant center,pinion angle,scaling the car to see where weight distribution is and where it needs to be,
Setting the anti roll bar with the driver in it and some other tricks
Having the correct shocks and springs to get the real results.
Power management and really driving and making the test hits to get the car to work will yield the best results.
On a 2756015 drag radial including a pro on a radial prepared track or the right prepped street you can leave with a good amount of rpm and boost over 10psi with a pretty aggressive ramp
Depends on the torque curve which dictates the hit.
over shocking a radial is no good.
Recovery is poor with them.