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Old 12-24-2011, 05:12 PM   #1
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Talking Is this pretty good for a stock ls1?

I have a 2002 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 and few weeks ago I ran my for the second time and I ran a 12.57@109 with a 1.86 60ft on a drag radials. I am very suprised on what the car ran with very minor stuff.

1. Air lid
2. Exhaust Cut-out
3. Nitto Drag Radials 275/40/17
4. HPTuners

I still have the stock converter stock gears, pretty much bone stock. Tell me what do yall think I should do next to atleast break low 12s or high 11s.
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Old 12-24-2011, 05:41 PM   #2
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Stall is what will net you the most gains at the track.

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Old 12-24-2011, 05:44 PM   #3
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those are some pretty solid times for the mods listed. Strong car congrats. As said above a stall would make a world of difference.
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During the winter break i will put a 2800 converter from TCI with lockup.
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Old 12-24-2011, 06:12 PM   #5
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+1 on the stall. And those are very good times for the mods, definitely a strong car. Some gears wouldn't hurt. Also, other bolt ons(Z06 maf, ported TB, TB bypass, UD pulley, LT's)
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Old 12-24-2011, 06:16 PM   #6
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Yup, those are really good times for what it has. A converter is one of the best bang for the buck imo. I would go a little bigger than a 2800, but that's just me.
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Old 12-24-2011, 06:19 PM   #7
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Yes, go bigger. I went with 3600 and if I could do it again it would be 4k. The car still drives great under normal conditions also. Can't go wrong.

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2800 will not be worth the time money. Spend some good money on a 3600-3800 lockup converter and u will not be disappointed. 11's for sure
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Congrats man that car is moving out! Post up a time slip I would like to see how well it performed all the way down the track!

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Nice runs for your mods! But you are not stock. I have everything you do minus the tires and would never claim to be stock or even near stock.
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Old 12-26-2011, 11:52 AM   #11
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strong time for your mods, go with a 4k stall and dont look back!!!
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Nice times man. Go with a 4K stall I was gonna go with a 3-3200 but I bit the bullet and got the SS4000..
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nice run bro
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That's impressive with just those mods
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I will be planning on the 4k stall over the winter. What kind of long tube headers do yall think will be best? TSP Headers? I still have all stock exhaust i just have the 3in cutout. I havent messed with the stock throttle body yet.....but sooner or later I will.
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Nice run ....also would like to see slip. Is your car still full weight ?
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Nice run ....also would like to see slip. Is your car still full weight ?

Yea his stock stalled auto with stock gears had more MPH than my 6 spd.

Looking forward to seeing that time slip to see what the numbers were all the way down the track! What track was your day of racing at and when did you go? Curious as to the DA on that 12.57 run.

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I would like to see that slip too. Even then I am going to be skeptical as to what he says are his listed mod's, and what mod's his car actually has.
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I would like to see that slip too. Even then I am going to be skeptical as to what he says are his listed mod's, and what mod's his car actually has.
Why the skepticism? Check my sig.....and the slip+vids I posted a few threads down. It's doable in -DA with an alright 60' and the right tune
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I dont thik its skeptism is it? Posting your track times without listing stats like the density altitude with timeslip can be worthless to look at. We like to compair #s and get the whole picture

Now with that being said my 01 ss when it still had a stock stall did 12.6@110.04 on 275 40 17 hoosier drs. It had same mods that are in the sig but minus the ss3600 and minus the slowhawk tune. And this was in -1000 da.

The da must have been pretty good for you to run that considering your mods. No doubt its a good running car though man good job! Just post your slip and stats
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