How accurate have you guys seen the g-techs? On manuals? I have seen them be pretty accurate but the trap speed is usually about 4mph too high due to the track averaging the last like 100ft or whatever it is.
I ran a 12.8 @113 last time and soon as i left my clutch went out.
So from the g-tech it seems i might run 116 on a cool night like last night.
Heads and cam i have heard running 119-120 range.
Would 116 be alright for my mods or low?
Online hp calculators claim 116 nets 452 rwhp..they garbage?
Yea depending on your car weight. My trap speed nets me 430 but I am only at 405.
2002 Z28 24,000 miles
3200 lb raceweight / Super Victor / IS Single Stage Fogger with .036 jet / Tick Custom Camshaft / Racecraft / MWC / Rossler 4L60E / FTI custom triple disk converter / Motor tuned by John Weeks / Nitrous tune by me
1.23 60' on radials and 121 mph to the 1/8th on SBE
g tech's are fairly inaccurate. They base their information on you going on a perfectly flat and level ground, say, like a drag strip.
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