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Old 01-30-2017, 09:29 PM
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Default 2002 A4 202,197miles 12.75

2002 A4 factory stall,jet hot 1 3/4 headers,catback,slp cai with SSRA,3.42,MT tires with Predator handheld the motor have 202,197 miles.
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nice job ! your at high elevation there too which makes it more impressive. My M6 car has 255k and still pulls real strong high miles doesn't seem to affect performance much , its either hurt or its not in this case its not lol
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Originally Posted by murphinator View Post
nice job ! your at high elevation there too which makes it more impressive. My M6 car has 255k and still pulls real strong high miles doesn't seem to affect performance much , its either hurt or its not in this case its not lol
Thanks. Yes I'm at close 4000' above sea level and that make it a challenge to run good. Yes you are right this engines run well with high millage.
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Good to see you posting some good times! I love these high milers. Can't wait to see what it does with a converter.
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Originally Posted by gesto View Post
Good to see you posting some good times! I love these high milers. Can't wait to see what it does with a converter.
Thank you. I going to swap to th400 at the same time 4k FTI stall to see how it can do. I spec to do a low 12s.
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Well done! Nothing like breaking the hearts of the H/C/I and power adder guys - with stock junk driven well.
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As others have said great times for the elevation, mileage aside. That would put u in the 12.30's at sea level, right around what I ran with the same bolt ons
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That's badass! any weight reduction?
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Still have a sealed factory motor ,factory intake. Put a yank 4k went to the track yesterday. Was a 25mph croos wind and 58 deg temp. The car now have 207k miles.



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nice PB on your setup! I'm hoping to break into the 12s eventually after I get my stall in. I'm on the 2.73 gears still though as opposed to 3.42 that you're on. did you swap just the gears out or the entire rearend from a donor ss?
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Originally Posted by fst100 View Post
nice PB on your setup! I'm hoping to break into the 12s eventually after I get my stall in. I'm on the 2.73 gears still though as opposed to 3.42 that you're on. did you swap just the gears out or the entire rearend from a donor ss?
Hello, my previous time was with the 3.42 already in the car. My car a factory 2.73 and I swap the posi because i had one laying around my garage with 3.42.
in this round I bought a used Yank 4k with a Performabuilt 60e and a 25% ud pulley.
I have lower the tires to 17psi the car feels good but I think is a little is still room to break into the 11s before I go for cam and heads.
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cool. what RPM are you shifting at? also if you haven't done any suspension mods yet might be a good idea now such as LCA, remove front sway bar, and phb
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Originally Posted by fst100 View Post
cool. what RPM are you shifting at? also if you haven't done any suspension mods yet might be a good idea now such as LCA, remove front sway bar, and phb
I **** the car at 5500rpm ,the car have a non adj. LCA only and no front sway bar. I have the rear Vikings doble adjustable for the back waiting to be installed.
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why shift at stock shift points?
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Originally Posted by fst100 View Post
why shift at stock shift points?
I shift at that point but it go to like 5800rpm. When I shift the car at like 6000rpm the car was slower. Based test that i make the car like to be shifted in that specific spot.
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Ls1’s are very regarded
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What are you using to adjust shift points? I didnít think the predator handheld had that capability.
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Originally Posted by fastsspr View Post
I shift at that point but it go to like 5800rpm. When I shift the car at like 6000rpm the car was slower. Based test that i make the car like to be shifted in that specific spot.
I'm surprised your car does better at 5500 vs 5800-6000. Most stock head and cam LS1's I've seen prefer closer to 6000 for max performance
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