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Old 10-27-2005, 12:40 AM   #1
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shooting for 15's

well here's the info from my last personal best:

87 degrees
80-90% humidity
hot engine from at least 15 consecutive runs (small turnout)
spinning hot off the line
.667 R/T
2.409 60'
6.887 330'
10.556 1/8 @ 66.50
13.720 1000'
16.358 1/4 @ 86.10


and the info for the upcoming track event

70 degrees
30-40% humidity
hoping for:
.3 R/T
2.2 60'
6.5 330'
10.1 1/8 @ 68
13.3 1000'
15.9 1/4 @ 90
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Old 10-27-2005, 08:49 AM   #3
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well here's the info from my last personal best:
2.409 60'

and the info for the upcoming track event

70 degrees
30-40% humidity
hoping for:
.3 R/T
2.2 60'
6.5 330'
10.1 1/8 @ 68
13.3 1000'
15.9 1/4 @ 90
Work on dropping that. 0.1 in the 60' = 0.2 in the 1/4. I don't know what mods you have or gears, but you should be able to get it to a 2.0-2.1
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Work on dropping that. 0.1 in the 60' = 0.2 in the 1/4. I don't know what mods you have or gears, but you should be able to get it to a 2.0-2.1
i know people say temperature isn't as big a factor on N/A cars, but from experience this drastic of a difference (and even into the 60's and 50's for some of our time out there) can help. glee.
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i know people say temperature isn't as big a factor on N/A cars, but from experience this drastic of a difference (and even into the 60's and 50's for some of our time out there) can help. glee.
Termperature matters on all cars. Cooler air = more dense = more O2 in the combustion chamber per square inch = more hp It does help more on FI cars but it make a difference on all cars.

Same with humidity
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update: i have some tires off an SS that should be a little stickier than my 60k mile hankooks. so i'm loading them up on the rear this weekend.
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update: i have some tires off an SS that should be a little stickier than my 60k mile hankooks. so i'm loading them up on the rear this weekend.
hopefully it's not too much tire for ya
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hopefully it's not too much tire for ya
har har

now i need a cheap place to have them mounted. discount tire wants $40.
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