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Old 06-01-2011, 11:51 AM
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After looking at your numbers and weight I think my car might have a 12.50ish if I can get the 60ft down to the low 1.7 range. I definitely have the suspension on the car now that was not there when I ran the original numbers. In theory I should be able to get the car in the 1.6 range with a full suspension & coilover setup. I always thought the car had 110+ in it somewhere if I could get the 60ft times handled. One thing is for sure, I would kill to have your race weight (3250 lbs). I know my car was and is still in the 3550 range with all stuff that is in this car, but on a side note your ET is just badass for a bolt-on full weight car. I hope to have a new ET at the True-street LTX event in September. I'm hoping to push the car into the 12.40ish range at 110+. We'll see if it happens, fingers crossed
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Originally Posted by quik95lt1 View Post
i didn't know you held that.......u do that with ur car or a different one??
Yep, same blue car as now, just a long time ago..



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Roadtrip,
After looking at your numbers and weight I think my car might have a 12.50ish if I can get the 60ft down to the low 1.7 range. I definitely have the suspension on the car now that was not there when I ran the original numbers. In theory I should be able to get the car in the 1.6 range with a full suspension & coilover setup. I always thought the car had 110+ in it somewhere if I could get the 60ft times handled. One thing is for sure, I would kill to have your race weight (3250 lbs). I know my car was and is still in the 3550 range with all stuff that is in this car, but on a side note your ET is just badass for a bolt-on full weight car. I hope to have a new ET at the True-street LTX event in September. I'm hoping to push the car into the 12.40ish range at 110+. We'll see if it happens, fingers crossed
Best of luck at the Shootout, its always fun trying to reach a personal goal..
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Originally Posted by 96silverram View Post
Roadtrip,
After looking at your numbers and weight I think my car might have a 12.50ish if I can get the 60ft down to the low 1.7 range. I definitely have the suspension on the car now that was not there when I ran the original numbers. In theory I should be able to get the car in the 1.6 range with a full suspension & coilover setup. I always thought the car had 110+ in it somewhere if I could get the 60ft times handled. One thing is for sure, I would kill to have your race weight (3250 lbs). I know my car was and is still in the 3550 range with all stuff that is in this car, but on a side note your ET is just badass for a bolt-on full weight car. I hope to have a new ET at the True-street LTX event in September. I'm hoping to push the car into the 12.40ish range at 110+. We'll see if it happens, fingers crossed
whats the elevation at your local track? whats your typical DA you normally race in? i havent been to bowling green yet but i heard to expect around 2000' DA's
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Is the weight listed for these cars WITH OR WITHOUT the driver?
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Im 90% certain all weights are with driver.
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I wish i would have added more gear, ewp, and a tune. I probly could have got in the 11s.
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Old 06-05-2011, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by CamaroRacing12 View Post
whats the elevation at your local track? whats your typical DA you normally race in? i havent been to bowling green yet but i heard to expect around 2000' DA's
I think the elevation at TIR (Tulsa International Raceway) is 770' ? I know the DA' was in the 1500' range the night I ran the 12.61 @ 109. It was also hot and muggy.

My weight is around 3550 without driver.


I would have killed to run my car in H-town at sea level. I was constantly being told by people that took their car to Houston Raceway park and picked up 2 tenths and 2 mph over TIR @ 770'. I would love to run some 12.40's @ 111 ish'
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How many of you bolt on 6spd cars are using drag radials with the 10 bolt? How does it hold up. I just picked up a set of used toyo proxes tq's from my buddy. Trying to get my 60ft down. Best i could do was a 2.2 on street tires...
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all weights listes are (should be) raceweight's which include driver
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I'd like to know as well what it took to achive those times, I know some of those cars on the list where fully gutted but retained the stock short block..I want to see a full weight full bolt on 1/4 times..
My car was full weight except for missing the rear seats which isn't a lot of weight reduction anyway.
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Originally Posted by God's LT1 View Post
My car was full weight except for missing the rear seats which isn't a lot of weight reduction anyway.
And a/c...
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And a/c...
Oh yeah.... so I'm about 50lbs. weight reduction
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ItSSlowZ28 - 13.23 @ 103 with 1.80 60ft. headers, intake, 3200 stall coverter, 3.42 gears, BFG drag radials, 3660#'s w/ driver
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so whos the fastest m6 then? i see mostly autos..adn how did the 2nd guy get his f body to 2800 lbs? crazy
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Shon is the fastest m6
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Juice Woodson(Juicelt1z28) - 13.34 @103.99 with 1.9 60ft Headers/K&N Intake/ Exhaust(dumped at rear axle)/ 3.42's/3000 stall
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Marc hudson fad2blk93 13.48 @105.49 1.942 60ft full race weight tb bypass frame connectors k&n cai pcmforless tune lt4 roller rockers 3.73 gears need a 3600 stahl.
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2 last entries updated.

i find it funny 3 or 4 years ago when i shopped around for a converter everyone told me a 3600 is too big. i think only one other person told me it is a good fit for a bolt on car. now after a few years it seems to be the norm.

just goes to show ya you need to try new things, thing you believe in to be faster then the next guy.

oh and above poster are you buying a chainsaw or a converter? haha
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Originally Posted by coolmanvette75 View Post
How many of you bolt on 6spd cars are using drag radials with the 10 bolt? How does it hold up. I just picked up a set of used toyo proxes tq's from my buddy. Trying to get my 60ft down. Best i could do was a 2.2 on street tires...

i have a stock 10 bolt with 373 and mines holding up pretty well and ive launched my car with MT et streets at 5500 couples times haha but holds up
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Originally Posted by CamaroRacing12 View Post
2 last entries updated.

i find it funny 3 or 4 years ago when i shopped around for a converter everyone told me a 3600 is too big. i think only one other person told me it is a good fit for a bolt on car. now after a few years it seems to be the norm.

just goes to show ya you need to try new things, thing you believe in to be faster then the next guy.

oh and above poster are you buying a chainsaw or a converter? haha
I think you've had it a little longer than you think, mine is coming up on the 7th year. And yes, they say it was too much.....
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