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Old 10-29-2018, 09:15 AM
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Default First time at the track on the new setup

finally got to the track
cars just a h/c/I through an auto with 3200 stall
maybe 440 hp/ 400 tq
ran a 12.098

order the lower intake box hoping for 11s next time my intake temps where crazy high.

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Old 10-29-2018, 10:22 AM
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Not bad, but at 440 rwhp there's definitely more MPH in it
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Yeah that South Florida terrible da. My intake temps where through the roof.
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I can imagine lol. What was the temp and DA?
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What air intake do you have on the car?
I previously had the K&N with the open type filter which caused my intake temps to also be high....I have since removed it and went with SLP lid with SSRA and it's much better.

What are your other mods?
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Fast toys 104mm air lid only. Just order the Ssra intake. Hopping the will drop the intake temps. My iat sensor was reading over 120 degrees
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Ls1 stock bottom end
Texas speed p&p 243
224 228 Texas speed cam
fast 102
hooker blackhart headers and true duels
373 gears
3200 stall

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Originally Posted by camaroconnor View Post
Ls1 stock bottom end
Texas speed p&p 243
224 228 Texas speed cam
fast 102
hooker blackhart headers and true duels
373 gears
3200 stall


I ran a mph lower then you with almost the same time with bolt on's and circle d 3200 in my Formula. That car has allot left on the table. Swap on some SE 1 7/8 headers and ditch the hooker headers help it breath a little better. When you get the SSRA make sure to seal the LID.
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I ran a mph lower then you with almost the same time with bolt on's and circle d 3200 in my Formula. That car has allot left on the table. Swap on some SE 1 7/8 headers and ditch the hooker headers help it breath a little better. When you get the SSRA make sure to seal the LID.
I know the headers may be holding it back a little on the big end but when the car was on the dyno the graph is strong. I think once I get off the street tires and I can preload the converter my times will pick up by a lot. Canít come up on the converter with out spinning.
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I know the headers may be holding it back a little on the big end but when the car was on the dyno the graph is strong. I think once I get off the street tires and I can preload the converter my times will pick up by a lot. Canít come up on the converter with out spinning.
I've always gotten my best times flashing the converter.
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I've always gotten my best times flashing the converter.
true thatís what I do know. Hopefully when I go the temps will stay in the high 70s or lower and I should be on the 11s. Whatís your 60ft
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true thatís what I do know. Hopefully when I go the temps will stay in the high 70s or lower and I should be on the 11s. Whatís your 60ft
Averaged a 1.7 - 1.8 with a drag pack. Needed more converter with a 4k stall it woulda ran allot harder.
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