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Old 08-05-2014, 07:05 AM   #1
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Stock automatic 1/4 mile times??

I've done a few mods to my v6 auto. I did some research to see how close i'd be to a automatic GT of the same year(1995) it seems I would be keeping up and running the same times, this impressed and disappointed me at the same time, I love the 94-95 GT's, I've only put around $1000 into my whole car.
I'm running mid 15's.
I thought that even an automatic GT would be running atleast mid 14's.
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Stock out of the factory your v6 only had 5-10 hp less then the v8


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I thought the old 5.0's were pushing 225 to the crank, and the 3.8's were pushing 145-150.
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I might be wrong. But I believe the v6 was around 145 and 5.0 was around 150-155. That's to the tires not the flywheel


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5.0 was in the 2xx for power


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I might be wrong. But I believe the v6 was around 145 and 5.0 was around 150-155. That's to the tires not the flywheel


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The GT dynos between 180 and 190 to the wheels bone stock. Maybe stock for stock they are close(ish) in 1/4 times but start to mod AT ALL and the 5.0 pulls away with ease.
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