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Old 03-30-2008, 07:27 PM   #1
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Ran today, my cars got LPE Lid, GMMG Cat-back, SFC,LCA (And Relocators), panhard rod, and new ET Street DR's

It was mid 50's today, couldnt grap traction for ****

13.2 @ 109 all day long, shitty 60's with 2.2 and then blowing them off in 2nd
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Ran today, my cars got LPE Lid, GMMG Cat-back, SFC,LCA (And Relocators), panhard rod, and new ET Street DR's

It was mid 50's today, couldnt grap traction for ****

13.2 @ 109 all day long, shitty 60's with 2.2 and then blowing them off in 2nd
What year is your car?
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Dyno'ed 224 to the wheels Before the Lid/GMMG
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224 to the wheels. Is something wrong with your car. Or is that just a mistake. I thought these cars where suppose to dyno right around 280-300 to the wheels.
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2.2 60" with ET Street DR's? I think he meant 324rwhp.
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2.2 60" with ET Street DR's? .
Yeah, what's up w/ that. Do you have M6 or A4?
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Yeah, what's up w/ that. Do you have M6 or A4?
M6, couldnt get traction for **** with 27PSI...I should of lowered it...
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224 to the wheels. Is something wrong with your car. Or is that just a mistake. I thought these cars where suppose to dyno right around 280-300 to the wheels.
Yeah 324 sorry
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M6, couldnt get traction for **** with 27PSI...I should of lowered it...




Try 20psi cold next time.
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Try 20psi cold next time.
Yeah thats the plan, Building a 9inch also so I can run some slicks
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2.2 60' on radials!?!1
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Yeah 27 psi is a lot especially on a cooler day. what were the 1/8th mile times on that run?
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Yeah 27 psi is a lot especially on a cooler day. what were the 1/8th mile times on that run?
8.7 @85.5
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I ran a 8.4 @ 84 mph w/ a 1.9 sixty foot. w/ a lid/gmmg, m6. Try starting out at 20-22 psi next time and work your way from there I could definately see you running my times or better w/ the right 60'. good luck
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I ran a 8.4 @ 84 mph w/ a 1.9 sixty foot. w/ a lid/gmmg, m6. Try starting out at 20-22 psi next time and work your way from there I could definately see you running my times or better w/ the right 60'. good luck
What did you run? I hopeing for at least some 12.7's out of it with the 9inch / Aftermarket TA
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I only ran the 1/8th mile. But I see 12.7's being possible.
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lid/catback and et streets? Launch it about 3K-3500 RPM (feathering off) and you'll be CLOSE to if not into the 12's.

Good luck!
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lid/catback and et streets? Launch it about 3K-3500 RPM (feathering off) and you'll be CLOSE to if not into the 12's.

Good luck!
I Didnt wanna blow the stock 10bolt junk....not like it was hooking anyways when id launch around 2k
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IF you had ET Streets, it'll hook at a harder launch.
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