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juice87
Member
posted December 10, 2005 09:05 AM  
I just got my new 11 and I had a 05 dw-9 the car was terrible sold it after 1 year the 03 dw-9 I had still had dw-8 features on it that car was bad fast wish i hadnt bought the 05-9 but the over rail dw-7 seems like that car was very forgiving and drove great. I guess my ? is if you seen the 11 run what do you think of it im just anticapating next year. Thanks

4-bar
Member
posted December 10, 2005 11:18 AM  
should have bought a pierce. That is what you got with a chevelle clip.

spde
Member
posted December 12, 2005 04:38 PM  
Can I ask a dumb ?, if your last DW was terible, why would you buy a new one? I'm just asking. gl luck with the piece. ltr ps I agree with 4-bar.

juice87
Member
posted December 12, 2005 06:49 PM  
Because i had 2 great chassis by them and they redesign the 11 its nothing like last years car.

psycho47
Member
posted December 13, 2005 05:43 AM  
The DW-11's were very fast in the races around kansas city and in every configuration-short 2-link, 2-link swing and 4-link. There's questions of durability but not many over-rail cars are going to be as durable as an under-rail.

juice87
Member
posted December 13, 2005 06:50 PM  
you know i should have the only dw-11 in southern indiana why would i want a pierce so i can do the same thing there doing.

joe69
Member
posted December 14, 2005 10:37 AM  
if they are all doing it it must be fast I agree with 4bar buy a pierce I have 2 of them and they are both great cars 1 underrail and 1 overrail no complaints on either

zeroracing
Member
posted December 14, 2005 11:19 AM  
If you run the same thing everbody else does how can you get much of an adavantage? A large late model driver told me that one night.

aggressive
Member
posted December 14, 2005 02:09 PM  
The dw-11 and a pierce are nothing alike. We have had both in our shop.

juice87
Member
posted December 14, 2005 04:53 PM  
if i start in the 3rd row and a guy starts on the pole and he's a good driver with the same basic car i have, wouldnt he be hard to pass stop doing what everyone tells you to do. sorry but a pierce car dosent make you or break you?

aggressive
Member
posted December 15, 2005 06:35 AM  
My comments wasn't a slam on either car,just an observation...good luck in 06 in whatever you race.

juice87
Member
posted December 15, 2005 02:46 PM  
I wasnt talking about your comment agressive its just im tired of hearing about pierce. if its not dry slick those cars cant do anything thats the way i see it and this was a ? about the new 11 thanks

4-bar
Member
posted December 15, 2005 03:58 PM  
For not doing "nothing", you sure get your **** kicked by them an aweful lot. I am not a Pierce fan.

zeroracing
Member
posted December 15, 2005 05:32 PM  
The Dw11 should be a good choice, I have seen them run some and they were fast. Hughes were running fast also around here. Shaw is a good car, and more tech help than any other builder, Kevin Shaw is one of the smartest people in dirt track racing.
WHatever you chose good luck to you.
I would not knock the guy just because he wants something beside a pierce. I dont want to buy a pierce right now, nothing against them just dont want one. I went with another choice. Almost Any chassis built by most places can win when set up correctly.
I chose a cheetah chassis, because I am not a number and a bare frame did not cost me 3000.

juice87
Member
posted December 15, 2005 07:08 PM  
look 4-bar dont be a jerk this was about a dw-11 not pierce if you havent seen one run dont reply.

4-bar
Member
posted December 16, 2005 03:12 PM  
I have seen em race and have spent quite awhile learning about these cars. With your location I thought maybe your smarter choice would have been to talk to bob. And i will say again "i am not a fan of... Have a good day and see at Haub..

juice87
Member
posted December 16, 2005 03:30 PM  
sorry 4-bar i guess we got off on the wrong foot thanks for the decent reply see you at tri-state

148mod
Member
posted December 20, 2005 09:36 AM  
I have one and i have raced it, and it is by far the best DW i have had. If you want more info come to our driving school and look all you want. see pictures and more info at my web site www.dw148rm.com I have a first lap wheel pullen picture of my 11, its calm now.

juice87
Member
posted December 20, 2005 05:14 PM  
Hey 148 just curious what rear suspension your running with that kind of lift man that looks awesome still debating on what to do.

modracr41
Member
posted December 26, 2005 10:09 PM  
Juice, check this out. It's a W.T. Harris car and it lifts that way.............AND IT'S NOT a 4-bar. It's a Half-leaf which is real close to a 3-bar.

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juice87
Member
posted December 27, 2005 06:24 PM  
thanks for the reply awesome picture I know w.t. makes a great car and tims always fast and a friend of mine see you at chandler cant wait i got cabin fever. lol

dirtywrench13
Member
posted March 22, 2006 03:35 PM  
YOU COULD TRY AN AURANGER CAR, THEY ARE FAST. IT TAKES STEVE A WHILE TO BUILD THEM THOUGH, HE WORKS FOR JOHN DEERE DURING THE DAY, KIND OF LIKE CUSTOMPERFORMANCE.


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