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Old 04-23-2011, 12:08 AM   #1
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Finally got to test out the ss3600. I was like 10th in line when they opened so I was able to get somewhat a good track before all the ricers drove all over the water box (god I hate those *****) Car#811



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I did this pass on my 275 40 17 hoosier drs @28psi. After this pass the track was trashed from the ricers. I tried like 8 more times and just spun off the line. I tried 25psi, 20psi, 17psi and just couldnt hook. Now I know why the guys with stalls and more power say street nights are a waste of time. This was my last street night.


Heres what I gained...
last years da was -1245 with stock stall...
Last year http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/drag-r...ed-12-6-a.html

The da tonight was -1124 so da was not as good but almost the same as last year. I gained .6 and 2mph with the stall and tune for the stall.

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Good times. I think your like me and need a real set of tires though lol
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What was race weight?
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Congrats,almost an 11 second pass.

.22 off the line,almost 4/10ths in the 1/8th and over 5/10ths in the 1/4.

You definetly got your moneys worth
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Good times. I think your like me and need a real set of tires though lol
Actually hoosier drs are a great tire. They are better than the mt et street I had. The problem is no tire is gonna save us when the ricers drag the waterbox down the track with them lol. On my last pass I just tried to have fun and I gave the car throttle 6 different times for the first 100-200' and spun everytime.

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Full weight minus spare and jack. Im about 210lbs. I never did any weight reduction like I was thinking about. http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/drag-r...ld-i-make.html So just like I thought im kicking myself for not doing it lol Could of had 11s.

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Congrats,almost an 11 second pass.

.22 off the line,almost 4/10ths in the 1/8th and over 5/10ths in the 1/4.

You definetly got your moneys worth

Thanks I expected a 12.1-12.2 with same da as last year but car gave me better. Im happy with it for sure but it just to bad I was so close to 11s.
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Congrats on the time! So close to 11's. Reading all these stall times makes me wish my ss4000 would get here soon.
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I think you have a lot more in the 60' to work on. I am by far no expert but my best 60's came around 18 psi and warming the DR's up until I felt them vibrate. But if the ricers are dragging water your screwed. I only had cat-back,tune and a ss3600 but 1.69's were the norm in that air.
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Ha last time I was at the track there wur 2 honda ricers and they went like 3 times and couldn't turn on the lights at the end of the track. They wur EXTREMELY SLOW! I don't think I have ever seen anything move so slowly. I would say they probably ran low 20's lol
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I think you have a lot more in the 60' to work on. I am by far no expert but my best 60's came around 18 psi and warming the DR's up until I felt them vibrate. But if the ricers are dragging water your screwed. I only had cat-back,tune and a ss3600 but 1.69's were the norm in that air.
Definitely more there.. whether it be traction or converter lacking, definitely isn'twhat It could/should be.
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Congrats on the time! So close to 11's. Reading all these stall times makes me wish my ss4000 would get here soon.
Thanks! Yes im wishing I took out a little weight, took off swaybar, or got lighter drag wheels. I would have had 11s. Even if the track stayed good for another hour (it got colder) I would have had it.
m wishing I went with the ss4000 I most likely would have had 11s with that stall. But hey live and learn.


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I think you have a lot more in the 60' to work on. I am by far no expert but my best 60's came around 18 psi and warming the DR's up until I felt them vibrate. But if the ricers are dragging water your screwed. I only had cat-back,tune and a ss3600 but 1.69's were the norm in that air.
Yea thats one thing that was a little disapointing. I expected low 1.7s and even high 1.6s. It was most def the track. Even though I was 10th in line I was lucky I got the one decent pass in.



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Ha last time I was at the track there wur 2 honda ricers and they went like 3 times and couldn't turn on the lights at the end of the track. They wur EXTREMELY SLOW! I don't think I have ever seen anything move so slowly. I would say they probably ran low 20's lol

Usually I love lining up against the rice to blow their doors off but I couldnt even do that! I tried easing into the throttle a few times just to have fun and I just spun. So the rice made me look stupid all night long lol. Anyone that knows New England Dragway during the week knows its a joke. Dude, this was my last street night unless they start doing better track prep and keep the rice out! I guess early morning test and tune is my next step.


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Definitely more there.. whether it be traction or converter lacking, definitely isn'twhat It could/should be.
I would think so. The track was **** and im still new to a stalled auto. IDK how im suposed to launch this thing yet. 1st pass where I hooked decent I foot braked up around 1k-1500k. Tried it again the next pass and just spun. I tried leaving at higher rpms, played with tire pressure and same result...spinning
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Congrats on the new times. Too bad about the track conditions, makes your tire pressure adjustments and so on seem like a waste.
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Awesome run! What rpm were you leaving the line at? I hope I can do well with my stall.
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Congrats !! Next time leave the back and the passenger seats at home . To be honest ,you are a lightweight battery from 11's all day with a good hookin' track .
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Congrats on the new times. Too bad about the track conditions, makes your tire pressure adjustments and so on seem like a waste.
Thanks jayp and yea I know what you mean. I start to question my tires if I cant hook but it really was the track. If it was my tires then I sure as hell wouldnt have hooked @28psi on my first pass attempt. Street nights were ok when I didnt have a stall but now forget it.


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Awesome run! What rpm were you leaving the line at? I hope I can do well with my stall.
Thanks Well on my first attempt probly 1k or a little above. I tried alot of other rpms but the track was so shot it didnt matter. Dude, just go when you know you will have a good track. On a decent track theres nothing to it.

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Congrats !! Next time leave the back and the passenger seats at home . To be honest ,you are a lightweight battery from 11's all day with a good hookin' track .
Thanks man! Dude I know! This is what I was gonna do before I went http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/drag-r...ld-i-make.html but I never did
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Sweet Gains there for sure man! I ordered my ss3600 last monday so hope it will be here soon? Spray it now and run a 10
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W/ a better 60ft your good for 11's w/ ease !!!!U need to get a low 1.6 out of it and u will have 11.80's !!!!!!!!!
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I took out my spare,backseat and rear seatbelts,it gives me more room to haul the tires to the track.

It was also worth a tenth,making it even more worthwhile.
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Congratulations Joe! Glad you were able to actually hook . Im planning on going on Wed night hoping to get down areound 11.4. we'll see.
congrats again
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Nice results.......
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