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Old 03-06-2004, 11:14 AM   #1
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03 5spd runs 14.47@90 w/ bolt ons???

http://www.rpmoutlet.com/dyno5.htm dyno charts and all, it just seems hard to believe.
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See real easy to believe to me. The right stuff with a good driver. :yes:
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Old 03-06-2004, 12:24 PM   #3
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I don't know about those guys. They dynoed a CAI and 70mm TB and gained 28rwhp.
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I don't know about those guys. They dynoed a CAI and 70mm TB and gained 28rwhp.
yea they seem to always over rate their products :dunno:
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Mosts TB without forced induction will make you lose power. :no:
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Stock Standard Bore and Stroke Ford 3.8L SOHC

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Ok, so he's a god like driver.
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Stock Standard Bore and Stroke Ford 3.8L SOHC

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heh, i wouldn't buy from a company that doesn't know if they're working on a pushrod or not!

i wonder what 60's she ran, i bet it's a killer one though to get a 14.4.
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14.4 @ 90 I ran a 15.5 @ 90. Granted, I had a crappy 2.3 60ft., but to drop 1.1 seconds off the ET and have the SAME trap. There's not THAT much room for improvement on my 60ft. A lot... but not THAT much. I don't see how she could do that unless she's running DR's or slicks, or that is a typo on the trap speed. That just seems like way too low of a trap for a 14.4. I mean, WRX's that run those times trap in the 93 range and we certainly don't have that kind of traction. Somethings fishy. The power is there to run those times with AWESOME driving, but the trap speed is still too low IMO.
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It's because she's running 3.73's with t-lok that shes getting those good times. Hell, it's not even true dual exhaust, its the MAC fake ****.


Those Fittipaldi rims are :drooling:
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The trap speed does seem a tad low for a 14.4. I ran a 14.9@90 NA.

Sounds like somethings up.
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probably used a GTECH! lol.
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Maybe they ment the 1/8 :no:
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Funny thing I noticed they had a C&L maf on an 03 v6, out of curiosity I checked the C&L website, they still DO NOT make a maf for a v6 newer than the 00 model. They are also using it with a Mac CAI which isn't recommended by C&L at all.
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