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Old 03-24-2014, 08:35 PM   #1
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Mid 13's with bolt-on's ???

Ive had my 92 gt 5.0 for about 5 months and haven't taken it to the strip yet but when i do run it, i wanna be in the mid 13's with just bolt on's obviously it will take some practice but i just wanna know if it will be possible with street tires. So far i have (let me know other bolt-ons i should get)

Stock headers (gonna have shorty's very soon).
h-pipe (no cats)
flowmaster 40 dumps
70mm TB & EGR (ported intake opening)
76mm Mass air housing
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Weight reduction will be your friend. Do you have the stock gears?
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Yea 3.08s but I'll eventually go 3.73 in the future. What do you think I'll run with the mods I have ?
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With the right driver you can do mid 13's stock. With bolt ons and a great reaction time and if you hook up. Should get close to a high 12. I'd do the shorty headers. And gt 40 heads an intake
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With the right driver you can do mid 13's stock. With bolt ons and a great reaction time and if you hook up. Should get close to a high 12. I'd do the shorty headers. And gt 40 heads an intake
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Cheapest way is tires gears and 100 shot

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With 3.08s you won't even see high 13s. Need to get some steeper gears in there if you want to get there.
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With 3.08s you won't even see high 13s. Need to get some steeper gears in there if you want to get there.
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With the right driver you can do mid 13's stock. With bolt ons and a great reaction time and if you hook up. Should get close to a high 12. I'd do the shorty headers. And gt 40 heads an intake
Reaction time has nothing to do with ET. You could sit at the tree for 15 seconds after it goes green and still run 13.5. You'll just have a 15 second reaction time.
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Reaction time has nothing to do with ET. You could sit at the tree for 15 seconds after it goes green and still run 13.5. You'll just have a 15 second reaction time.
Agreed, and somebody has never been to any track if they think you can do high 12s in a bolt on 5.0 with stock gears.

With weight reduction, suspension, gears and sticky tires, yes a bolt on fox can do it.
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Agreed, gears are a must! I would look at either 3.73 or 4.10 depending on what your driving situation is and end goal. In GT trim, I would look for weight savings to.

Take a look at your differential to. A worn set of clutches are famous for one wheel peels, no good for the strip.
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Gears and headers should be your next mods!.. Then you should be in the mid 13s and maybe even low 13s!..
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Ive had my 92 gt 5.0 for about 5 months and haven't taken it to the strip yet but when i do run it, i wanna be in the mid 13's with just bolt on's obviously it will take some practice but i just wanna know if it will be possible with street tires. So far i have (let me know other bolt-ons i should get)

Stock headers (gonna have shorty's very soon).
h-pipe (no cats)
flowmaster 40 dumps
70mm TB & EGR (ported intake opening)
76mm Mass air housing
pro-5.0 short throw shifter
electric fan
smog & a/c delete
street tires
This is my friends car 1990lx hatch 5spd 3.27 gears complete 1994 cobra engine with a trickflow street heat intake. 65 mm tb ?? mm mass air meter stock headers offroad h-pipe with flowmasters aluminum drive shaft, 16" ponys with 245/50 street tires on the rear 225/50 upfront. Full interior with ac 13.47 @ 104mph
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This is my friends car 1990lx hatch 5spd 3.27 gears complete 1994 cobra engine with a trickflow street heat intake. 65 mm tb ?? mm mass air meter stock headers offroad h-pipe with flowmasters aluminum drive shaft, 16" ponys with 245/50 street tires on the rear 225/50 upfront. Full interior with ac 13.47 @ 104mph
That car has the benefits of the GT40 heads which jump it about 40 to the wheels over the regular GT that we are talking about. Your friend also wasted a bunch of money getting rid of that gorgeous OEM Cobra intake and going to an intake that will lose bottom end and not gain a ton up top. Much better option is to port out the lower intake on the Cobra and run it. Keep the bottom end of the Cobra intake and gain more up top with the porting.
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That car has the benefits of the GT40 heads which jump it about 40 to the wheels over the regular GT that we are talking about. Your friend also wasted a bunch of money getting rid of that gorgeous OEM Cobra intake and going to an intake that will lose bottom end and not gain a ton up top. Much better option is to port out the lower intake on the Cobra and run it. Keep the bottom end of the Cobra intake and gain more up top with the porting.
I was just giving the op an example of a mid 13 second car. He didnt want to use the 94 cobra intake, a guy had a 95gt offered him 350 for it so he let it go. He has the original Gt-40 intake but the trickflow street heat seem to pull harder on the top side.
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