View Full Version : 1/4 run. horrible 60ft :P

06-15-2008, 04:29 PM
2001 TA Convertible
X-brace removed
TSP true dual exhaust (reason X-brace had to be removed)
Pacesetter LT's
TSP Airlid
255 Fuzion ZRI tires on 2001 Vette rims 17 front 18 REAR
Dynotuned to 93 octane 324rwhp/334tq about 2 years ago no real mods sense then other than a seafoam at 75k miles now have 92k.

last time at the track was a 13.0@107 at beechbend the DA i dont remember but it was horrible and when i went to one of the sites it gave me a 12.7@110 corrected time in perfect conditions i guess you could say.


adding in the horrible 60ft does this time seem normal


93 degrees
57% humidity
DA=3153 feet Per Modulardepot/and weatherunderground

I was having to baby it off first and it was still breaking traction. i had put the auto in 1st so it wouldnt try to jump into 2nd then manually lift the lever into [D] i waited to long and it bounced off the limiter once then shifted so i know i lost alittle time there also.

95 Z28
06-15-2008, 04:57 PM
Yup, can't really expect much better than that with a 2.5 60'. That is a nice trap for your setup though.

06-15-2008, 05:00 PM
Obviously you need to put a brace of some source back in, get some sfc's, and some TIRES if you want to drag race it.

06-15-2008, 05:03 PM
Definately lost in the 60 foot. As mentioned, stiffen the car back up a little, add some sticky meats and you should be in the 12s in good air.


06-15-2008, 05:11 PM
I just noticed he is a vert too, definitely needs to add some stiffness!

06-15-2008, 05:11 PM
yea i know i need some SFC bad just for safety reasons. when i ran my 13.0 i had ET streets but could not do better than 2.0 60ft and i would have no slip or traction loss. it was just like TQ management was backing my power off or something. i could flash it, stall it ect ect. guess i should have had the TQ management lowered some when i was dynotuned.

06-15-2008, 05:23 PM
Yeah, if you have a tuner it is pretty simple to disable....shouldn't cost you much....

I have seen cars with it on /off and the difference is night and day.