I recently went to the drags and ran my 99 ram air ws6 trans am. SO far my mods are magnaflow catback exhaust, SLP Lid, and K&N air filter. Track conditions were 55 degrees, but the track was a little slick. I didnt have slicks or anything. My best was a 13.575 at 103.2 MPH. Could I do better than that, what should I do to improve? thanks
That's about what I ran stock. With the different exhaust I would expect a little quicker. But with a 2.1 60' you can't expect too much. I would assume A4. If so, put a TC in it and watch the times drop. I went from 13.5s to 12.5s with a 4000 stall converter and sticky tires. Stock exhaust.
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Stock Internals l Headers l TDs l TH400 l BMR Suspension l 3.75 gears l 275 Radials l 150 shot l 3600+ lbs - 305/305 motor 424/397 N2O - Track times:
6.78 @ 99.43.....10.74 @ 123.60, 1.42 60'
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Not bad, but as ram air stated, could be a touch faster. Not knowing the weather conditions and race weight, I'd say it's decent for street tires.
A converter will definately kick it from a dead sleep
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