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I've seen big variances in times but here's the best quick tips I've seen and was given...

slip your clutch as much as possible to keep the front end down, it's good to develop a technique you can go over in your head before each run, sorta like going over the motions.. lmao... once you have a setup where you slip the clutch and twist the throttle in a smooth motion. start paying attention to your 60 ft. times.. as your 60 ft.'s drop so will your times dramatically.

another good time is to not worry about racing who's in the other lane until you are comfortable with the lights and launching. Unless your in a race them, leave the line when your comfortable, your time slip with still show your run accurately just with a shitty reaction time... :) hope that helps you a little.. adjustable links and strap down kits help a little too...
 
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