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Old 04-29-2009, 03:20 AM   #1
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I took my 00 B4c camaro to the track this last weekend to try out the diablosport tuner. my mods are slp lid, 85mm throttle body, BBk ssi intake, shiftkit.

The track wasn't the best due to a couple rain delays, .
I only got 3 passes my best pass was this

--60' 2.038
--330' 5.633
--1/8 8.562
--mph 84.68
--1000 11.092
--1/4 13.247
--mph 104.50

I was expecting more mph. Maybe my stock exhaust is choking it? I think on a better day i could manage a 13.1 or so. Also I need to adjust the 1-2 shift point, It was shifting @5500rpm. I was hoping to be around 107+mph. Will the exhaust help me pick up 2.5 mph? Also at the end of my runs coming down the return lane I could hear my a.i.r pump running. Is that normal??
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Old 04-29-2009, 06:02 AM   #2
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That's a pretty good run for the mods you have, congrats.
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Install a cut out and bump the shift points another 300-500 RPM.
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get the 60 down and some LT and youve got yourself a SOLID 12 second car
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Not bad for the mods and street tires (I'm assuming). As Brian mentioned, bump the shift points to around the 6K range and you'll see some mph return. Opening up the exhaust will help though if you're thinking about your next mod.

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Update. ran 13.22 @106 after gutting my cats
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