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Old 07-17-2005, 02:28 PM   #1
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no track where i live need 1/4 mile time help

I have a 1998 mustang v6 which i have slightly modified but since where i live theres no track, i dont know what times im running and wanted an estimate.

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3.73 gears w/ ford racing posi trac diff
mac off-road h-pipe
mac cat back exhaust
bkk cold air
throttle body spacer
plasma booster
msd wires
short throw shifter
rears seat delet kit

i was guessing high 15 to mid 15 but dont know
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you are looking at .7 tenths off your stock time~ or from a 16.5 to a 15.8 maybe.. but there are SO many factors to take into account from driver to where you are located alt wise... so figure you have over half a second shaved off easy.

If you ran a 16.0-15.9 i would be very happy.
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what do i need to hit the mid 15's because thats about all the bolt ons there are. and i dont want a nitrous kit or a supercharger
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It's really hard to estimate a time...with the right weather and enough practice I believe you could be in the 15.7 range...maybe.
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well port and polished the heads/intakes and get a cam and you will be FAR FAR better than mid 15s
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I was gonna suggest something like that..but it's not really a simple bolt on for most ppl.
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port intakes and heads are too rich for my blood i need to buy all of that and need fuelpump and inejectors also and that runs me about 2 grand
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Remove excess weight then. Cheap, maybe not too easy. But they say each 100 lbs is worth a tenth. However, the faster the car gets the less true that is.

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i already deleted the rear seats and what else can i remove
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spare tire, jack, front seat
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AC/heater, radio, carpet, headliner, door panels, power locks and windows, wipers, diet, lighter rims and tires, a large single exhaust rather than duals, cats, mufflers, foglights, power steering, lighter battery, etc....

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you are looking at .7 tenths off your stock time~ or from a 16.5 to a 15.8 maybe.. but there are SO many factors to take into account from driver to where you are located alt wise... so figure you have over half a second shaved off easy.

If you ran a 16.0-15.9 i would be very happy.
wait...doesn't the '99+ vert run a 16.5? and the sn95's have 50 less horsepower?
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You dont have a Under drive pull. That is a must bolt on and will free up a few HP. Really to get real hp gains you need as said above. P&P heads, intakes and a good cam.

Of all these mods:

3.73 gears w/ ford racing posi trac diff = 0 HP gain
mac off-road h-pipe = 3 HP gain
mac cat back exhaust = 0-3 HP gain
bkk cold air = 0-5 HP gain
throttle body spacer = 0 hp GAIN
plasma booster what the hell this?? If it is a Ignition Module = 0 HP gain
msd wires = 0 HP gain
short throw shifter = 0 HP gain
rears seat delet kit = 0 HP gain

Total gain 6 to 9 But you can add mods up to get total gain that is ricer math. For example having a MAC cat back and MAC O/R H might add up to 6 but actually there is no gain in mufflers if you already gain in H pipe.

You want to break into mid 15's you need a power adder or real engine mods
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