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Just wanting some guesses on power/times.

Old 11-13-2018, 03:08 PM
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Default Just wanting some guesses on power/times.

Hey all,

I've got a 2002 WS6 and just put in an order with BTR for their Stage IV cam, TFS 220's and FAST 102. Asked for Brian to port match and work the heads as well. TSP 1 7/8" LT's/TSP Duals.

Will be running FLT trans, probably a Yank or Circle D 4,000 stall, and all accompanying Suspension/Chassis parts.

Through a MWC 9", probably 3.73 rear.

Just wanting to get some thoughts on what I should be expecting power wise, and times down the track.

Hoping for LOW 11's at 120-125. Would love to get 10's but from what I remember, that's awfully difficult on a H/C with no weight reduction.

That reminds me, importantly, very little weight reduction, and I'm about 195 lbs. Maybe spare tire, etc.. but that's about it.

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……….. Maybe spare tire, etc.. but that's about it.
Yeah, I got one of those too... Oh you mean the one for the car.....
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I have the same set up, except mine are TEA heads. Car made 450/430 on a mustang dyno with 28x10x15s and ran 11.0 at 124 in 3500DA. The car has done 10.90s with 243's in negative DA. I hope to get back to the track and try for some 10.70s. I think you will be impressed with this set up
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