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Old 10-06-2008, 02:07 AM   #1
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I am planning on adding to my mods that I have already a set of motive 3.42s, pacesetter lts and the ory and a tune hopefully from texas speed. Do you think that would be enough? I really want to get it in the twelves, I am hoping those mods get me there.
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Some tires would help out tremendously. Get yourself some drag radials and 12's will be there for you.

Will that be enough to take a C5? It depends on the particular C5 and the driver.
Those mods will give you enough to beat some stock C5's.
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Agreed, tires = 12's

As for vettes.....

iffy.....dependent on other driver.....and even bigger "if" from highway speeds

aerodynamics and weight are against you there
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You should be pretty close, but keep in mind it doesn't take much for a C5 to run in the 12s (see my sig)
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An A4 C5, yes you should be able to win.

M6, no. He'll pull past you (assuming he can drive) after about 70 mph.
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I am thinking from what I am reading, that I am gonna have to cam and stall my car to get it where I want it.
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An A4 C5, yes you should be able to win.

M6, no. He'll pull past you (assuming he can drive) after about 70 mph.
I have found most C5 owners don't know how to drive a stick very well. I usually beat M6 C5s by 3-4 tenths at the track with my A4.
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