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Old 09-24-2008, 10:57 PM   #1
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Today was my first time going to the Track. I have a 94 Formula (A4), and its got Pasesetter LT's, ORY, CAI, and SLP LM2 exhaust. I was very consistant (besides my first run). I was running consistant 14.1's @ 100 and hoped to get down to the 13's tonight, but due to shitty 60fts, it didnt happen. my best 60 foot was a 2.206 . The car is my daily driver, and its not going to be a track car by any means. I just would like to get it to run a low 13 or high 12 on motor eventually.

I need to get my 60ft's down before I just throw some more power at it. I shitty tires on it, and I think thats the first thing that will have to be changed out. But... What other things can I do to my Formula that are cost effective and will bring my 60ft down?

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