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Old 12-11-2011, 09:58 PM   #1
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Default 12.01 bolt-on auto camaro(no power adder/headers)

my '99 camaro just went 12.01@112.6 with a 1.64 60' at atco. i was impressed but yet a little disappointed to not go 11s on the last track day of the year. the only mods are lid, tb, ls6 intake, underdrive pulleys, cat-back, 3400 converter, shift kit, RPM tune, mickey thompson DR's (on stock wheels) and weight reduction. everything else is stock except for lowering springs
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Nice congrats on run and times
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thanks alot. gotta love the ls1. i told my buddy with a '99 gt mustang what i ran and he almost **** his pants lol. he's done full bolt-ons, heads, cams, and suspension and has only gone 12.7 lmao!
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Hey man, it's Marc with the yellow Vette.
Was good sharing the staging lanes with you guys today...it was a solid effort for sure, you guys did everything right and came SO close too.
Either way, consistent low 12.0s is still very impressive for that car.
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Must be some serious weight reduction.
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Must be some serious weight reduction.
nah, that car runs pretty strong. it went 12.1 with just the front pass side seat & rear seats removed. !spare tire and jack.

Chad, you just expect too much! lol 12.01 is freakin awesome for that car. skiinnies wouldve got ya your 11 sec slip
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nah, that car runs pretty strong. it went 12.1 with just the front pass side seat & rear seats removed. !spare tire and jack.

Chad, you just expect too much! lol 12.01 is freakin awesome for that car. skiinnies wouldve got ya your 11 sec slip
I agree.
I'm pretty much done with 'ET chasing' in the Corvette now but do still plan on bringing my bolt ons only Z28 out of retirement again and trying to get it into the 11.7s once the track reopens again. Maybe Chad can secure some skinnies by then and we can all push each other faster like back in the old days.
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Congrats on your time. That is quick for minimal mods. Have you weighed the car?
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Congrats on your time. That is quick for minimal mods. Have you weighed the car?
yeah what he said!

Every 100lbs. removed supposedly equates to a tenth of a second at the track.
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i would not be bummed at all, that is a killer time, get a drag setup on there
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Great times and so many more mods you can still throw at it to go quicker. Also interested in the race weight and what the DA was.
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Congrats man..
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Very good!
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Sorry guy's, but this is not adding up to me. The trap speed isn't right for the listed mods. I run a 12.05 at 112.8 mph w/a 1.65 60'. I also have 370rwhp,[NA] So, to the op, unless you have a lot of weight stripped out of your car, there are more performance mods then what you have listed.
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Good run! I'm right there with you, track closed a month early and I wasn't able to hit 11's before the end of the year.

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Sorry guy's, but this is not adding up to me. The trap speed isn't right for the listed mods. I run a 12.05 at 112.8 mph w/a 1.65 60'. I also have 370rwhp,[NA] So, to the op, unless you have a lot of weight stripped out of your car, there are more performance mods then what you have listed.
See sig. Full weight minus rear and passenger seat & enough tools in the trunk to get it back to full weight, ever thought that your car just under performs? Maybe instead of questioning other legit times, you should try working on your own.

Also OP runs at one of the fastest tracks in the nation, definitely helps.

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Sorry guy's, but this is not adding up to me. The trap speed isn't right for the listed mods. I run a 12.05 at 112.8 mph w/a 1.65 60'. I also have 370rwhp,[NA] So, to the op, unless you have a lot of weight stripped out of your car, there are more performance mods then what you have listed.
no offense, but your car should be faster for putting down 370rwhp.

whats the elevation of your track and when did you run? Atco raceway is only 33' above sea level. my friend greg, aka DadsZ28, has gone even faster (11.82 @ 115) than the OP with similar mods& raceweight (i think gregs car put down 330-340hp), +skinnies and !front swaybar. The OP, aka chad, is a good friend of mine. He has a lid, catback, converter and a tune. besides the spare/jack delete, he took out 100lbs at the most. Its a strong running car. if i remember correctly he put down around 325-330hp.

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Good run! what was the 1/8 numbers???
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no offense, but your car should be faster for putting down 370rwhp.

whats the elevation of your track and when did you run? Atco raceway is only 33' above sea level. my friend greg, aka DadsZ28, has gone even faster (11.82 @ 115) than the OP with similar mods& raceweight (i think gregs car put down 330-340hp), +skinnies and !front swaybar. The OP, aka chad, is a good friend of mine. He has a lid, catback, converter and a tune. besides the spare/jack delete, he took out 100lbs at the most. Its a strong running car. if i remember correctly he put down around 325-330hp.
My car runs exactly what it should, to the tenth. You are familier with the law of physics, right? Using the engine motor horsepower calculator-trap speed-quarter formula, his car needs to be putting down 372.80hp to trap at 112 mph. and thats IF his car weighs 3400 pounds with him in it. This is from a well known and accepted mathmatical formula that has been in use around the world for years. [ look it up]. So unless your going to explain to me how it is that his car can defy physics, what else has been done to the car?
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First off congrats Chad it was fun hanging out with you and Ron and Marc Sunday. Your car ran great and is on par with mine when I was stock internals, strong running car for sure. Sorry you didn't hit that 11.99 but with the skinnies you surely would have.

As for the physics major you have to remember that this december with really good air and we are running at Atco ( you know the so called cheater track ). So Dannyz I bet you would be surprised at your car if you ran here and wouldn't be so skeptical.
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My car runs exactly what it should, to the tenth. You are familier with the law of physics, right? Using the engine motor horsepower calculator-trap speed-quarter formula, his car needs to be putting down 372.80hp to trap at 112 mph. and thats IF his car weighs 3400 pounds with him in it. This is from a well known and accepted mathmatical formula that has been in use around the world for years. [ look it up]. So unless your going to explain to me how it is that his car can defy physics, what else has been done to the car?
What's so hard to believe? My raceweight is right around 3600 lbs. and with a stall and bolt-ons has gone 11.99 @ 111 mph w/ 1.59 60'. The car maybe puts 320 hp to the rear tires. But then again I race at a track, I don't race with a calculator.
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