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Old 10-13-2008, 07:09 AM   #1
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Finally got a good launch without the car bogging bad after it hooked.

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1.554 60'
4.555 330'
7.070 660'
100.969 mph

I was well on my way to a backup run and missed second like a retard, it might have went quicker as it went 1.521 60' and didn't really bog or spin too bad. Looks like I have a shot a 10's on the stock bottom end with my budget setup
No weight reduction was done on the interior, I was running 17" ET streets on the rear and GTO spares up front. Amp, tools, gf's crap still in the car as well (40+lbs)

Weather was in the mid to high 60's and around 70% humidity. The car was still lowered to the max so Im sure by raising the rear some I have a bit of ET left in it there as well.

Setup is in this thread:
Dyno results in...mild H/C/I setup
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That's great, man!
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Nice! Thats a great time.. especially the mph and 60'

I'm looking into doing the GTO spares for my setup.. what mods did you do to get them to fit right? I've seen some but the offset is off and they tuck in too much.. but I think I saw a pic of your car somewhere and they looked good on yours.
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Whats the specs on GTO spares?
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Nice! Thats a great time.. especially the mph and 60'

I'm looking into doing the GTO spares for my setup.. what mods did you do to get them to fit right? I've seen some but the offset is off and they tuck in too much.. but I think I saw a pic of your car somewhere and they looked good on yours.
You have to machine a little out of the inside center IIRC. I buddy of mine had then done and I bought them off him. The offset is wrong but it works.
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