Good news: With the change out to lightened wheels we got her down to a 3.0213 low time (Donkey Kong side up).
Bad news: It looks like we might have under-done it (or wrongly done it i.e. new product) when it comes to lube. Both sides had times increasing pretty steadily over the 6 heats, and both sides had a Standard Deviation of nearly 0.02 (ouch!).
Probably not bad enough to make good on our threat to switch to golf, but certainly have some more head-scratchin' to do.
For my information, please confirm which ran first, the Stock class or the Pro-Stock class. I want to make sure I had the sequence correct.
Might have to switch back to our previous lube, do some better break-in and resend in August.
p.s. Can't seem to get the videos to work, any shimmyin' or other nasty behavior you guys saw with either side up?
Maybe with color coding for the dots to indicate in which lane (red, white, or blue) the heat was being run?
Note that for the graph above, in heats 4 and beyond:
Heats run in the Blue lane had values on the high side (heats 6, 9, 11) Heats run in the Red lane pretty well hugged the line (heats 4, 7, 10) Heats run in the White lane had values on the low side (heats 5, 8, 12)