Thats awesome, there are so many badass cars at that event, it is just insane. Its like the coolest collection of cars you have seen at one track, all at the same time, for 5 days in a row. It is so crazy to me what people will do, myself included, to compete in an event where the only prize is a jacket. It should be interesting what happens with registration on the even in the coming years. This year they sold 260 spots in 8 minutes and an extra 91 got in because the site selling the tickets couldnt keep up with the volume of people. In other news, i got my new clutch and transmission in, along with the transmission girdle, and had a friend come over and work the pedal while i checked the air gap under the car and everything was good. We also put the new hood on, it feels good to finally be making progress on this thing. I actually bought this clutch and flywheel before dragweek but i knew with how involved setting up the clutch was going to be, and the learning curve of adjusting it, i decided to put the clutch from my old 345" motor in it and pray that it held up, which it did, barely... This happened 3 passes after i got home from dragweek, when i was really trying to get after it on the launch. The datalog showed a 7000 rpm launch.