well i went out and ran both cans on the gun and in the drags. the b&b is a three into one and the d&e is a three into three. the 3x3 is way heavier then the 3x1. on the gun i found that i lost 1 mph with the 3x3 and lost bottom and mid also. i tried running a zr900 and he smoked me from the bottom to the top but i did seem to be gainning on him .(3x3) then i put the 3x1 b&b and gained 1mph but way more pull. the 900 could not run with my sled anymore. i was able to do 110mph in 750-850feet and also that was my top speed for like a mile and a half. so i figure im running out of gear.so out with the 3x3 and in with the 3x1. im thinking that rocket may want to get ride of the 3x3 can..hehehe some of the speeds we did see was the zr900 at 114mph in the morning and a second 900 at 111mph. my mach at 110mph a thunder cat (97) with some work.hehehe 110mph. and also some 106-107 out of the zr900. but this was latter in the day.he said he changed his belt and cleaned the clutches so im not shure if he lost some or the track may not have been in his favore anymore.hard to say.also limskii was there i cant remember his speeds other than a 117mph......hehehe...but im shure he will let us know.oh yeah there was another machzrer he ran a 103mph and also there was a panthera 1000 he ran a 104mph and also a rev 800 wich ran a 106mph (very impressive) now the higher speeds could not be duplicated latter in the day but thats what i have found out.
I'd like to fess up to that 117mph I radared. I actually did my first run and was heading toward the gun at 101mph, but just as I passed the gun, it registered 117mph. I could actually say I radared 117mph, but my speedo said 102mph. Also, my next closest run all day, which is truly my best run of the day was 103mph. I was happy with that, as my sled does still launch very good in a drag race and often holds off the other sleds for a few hundred feet before being run down. I guess I got to expect that with a smaller engine, long track, 1.25" track with studs and a little lower gearing. But I also love the way it handles in the trails now.