Drag Racing Results - first pass in a car
02-27-2012, 09:03 PM
so i normally run at the track with a motorcycle, but this weekend i took my 02 ss m6 i got about a month ago to see what it had in it. its a factory car other than the K&N, NKG's, MSD wires, and flowmaster 10 dumped behind the axle. tell me if this sounds right for these cars on street tires and a first timer in a car....
r/t ... .323
60' ... 2.146
330 ... 5.760
1/8 ... 8.675
MPH ... 84.43
1000 ... 11.156
1/4 ... 13.251
MPH ... 107.70
i was happy with it
02-27-2012, 09:13 PM
Yup pretty standard times there. Drop that 60ft time and probly could get into the 12s
02-27-2012, 09:18 PM
i wasn't sure where to launch at and after hearing all the stories about the rear end not being the strongest out there i didnt want to push it to hard. i am surprised at how well the Falkens stuck and the track was very sticky....my friend dumped his 98 cobra on DR's with bolt on's and a tune at five grand and blew his rear end.
02-27-2012, 09:24 PM
...you did well imo.
02-27-2012, 09:33 PM
thanks! i thought so to, growing up around racing helps. i had a bet with a built lsx guy in my area, he said i would run a 14 or 15 on my first pass.....i went 13.36 @ 106.17.....MY FIVE DOLLA! lol
Yep. Good times. 60' is tough with the M6.
02-28-2012, 06:54 PM
Looks pretty good to me, especially for your first time running the car. I hear you about the Falkens. I had a stalled, bolt-on, suspension 98 Z28 that pulled 1.75-1.78 on Falkens pretty regular. Good tires. I wouldn't worry about the rear too much at your power level and on street tires. IMO, you're pretty safe to push it down to at least a 1.8 60' without breaking anything. Just try not to shock the drivetrain with wheel hop or clutch dumps. Anyway, nice runs for sure!
02-28-2012, 08:20 PM
congrats man, now the modding gonna start you will want to be faster and faster..
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