Omni GLH Running the 1/4 Mile..13.12

Big Block Camaro 60' 1.8895 330' 5.3239 1/8 ET 8.1795 1/8 MPH 85.95 1000' 10.6640 1/4 ET 12.76 1/4 MPH 106.94 Omni GLH 60' 2.0361 330' 5.6501 1/8 ET 8.5350 1/8 MPH 86.05 1000' 11.0392 1/4 ET 13.12 1/4 MPH 108.54

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