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Old 05-24-2013, 05:39 AM   #1
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what could it run in the 1/4 mile?

I have a mildly nodded 2001 mustang gt vert with auto trans that I am slowly building. I currently have a Cai, off road x pipe, flowmaster exhaust, bama 93 race tune, 4.10 gears and street tires. What could it run at the track?

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Old 05-24-2013, 07:29 AM   #2
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I have a mildly nodded 2001 mustang gt vert with auto trans that I am slowly building. I currently have a Cai, off road x pipe, flowmaster exhaust, bama 93 race tune, 4.10 gears and street tires. What could it run at the track?

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If you hook up probably a 13.6 to a 13.9. Don't do a burnout before you run because it will just make your street tires spin when you launch. Go around the water and you'll be better off
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Mid to low 14's but it all depends on track condition. aka weather, how much sticky stuff they have put down and your elevation. In a perfect world you would pry break into the 13s
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With no tires or suspension I say 14.2 14.3
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I agree with all of the above guesses. It really depends on your traction! If you don't have a tire, I would say mid to low 14s. If you can hook up, there's a chance you could bust into the 13s!

I hope this helps. Best of luck!

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J mod that trans and 13s easy. Throw a good converter in there with some sticky tires and you could see 12s. Very possible on a bolt on PI car with a tune, jmod and stall.
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