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Old 07-18-2013, 09:57 PM   #1
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1/4 mile time best with these mods

If I was the best driver with these mods what should I do in the 1/4?

Tune
Full exhaust cat deletes
3.73 gears
Throttle plenum combo
Cai
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Sub frame connectors
A decent street 275/40

I just want a rough estimate from your experiences
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:03 AM   #2
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If I was the best driver with these mods what should I do in the 1/4?

Tune
Full exhaust cat deletes
3.73 gears
Throttle plenum combo
Cai
Lower control arms
Sub frame connectors
A decent street 275/40

I just want a rough estimate from your experiences
Low 14 @102-103

Honestly going to the track without drag radials is pointless .. You won't get the time you want without sticky tires

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Low 14 @102-103

Honestly going to the track without drag radials is pointless .. You won't get the time you want without sticky tires
Don't forget upgrading to typhoon manifold , my buddy got a good boost with that thing ..
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If I was the best driver with these mods what should I do in the 1/4?

Tune
Full exhaust cat deletes
3.73 gears
Throttle plenum combo
Cai
Lower control arms
Sub frame connectors
A decent street 275/40

I just want a rough estimate from your experiences
13.1.
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....That is if your a manual and know what Rpm's the torque and horsepower cross over at the top end so you know where to shift and can power shift really fast and if you can launch good without spinning or bogging and if the air is good.
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I can't see low 13's with those mods. My best was 13.2 on my 02 auto gt with coilovers all around, full borla exhaust, 4.10 gears, arms, 305 Hoosier dr's, tb and plenum,intake, lightweight hood and sparco seats and other small mods
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mid to high 13s...i've seen bone stock 2v's hit 13.9's before and my GT with exhaust ran a low 14 with no 3rd gear.
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mid to high 13s...i've seen bone stock 2v's hit 13.9's before and my GT with exhaust ran a low 14 with no 3rd gear.
Seriously? Just a second to fourth shift huh? That's pretty impressive. People under estimate the torque that these engines have.
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Thanks I appreciate the help and advice. It is a manual and a convertible too. I have a buddy that works for eaton and he sold me a Tru Trac for 175. He said its a better diff from stock. From what you guys know how would that diff help me?
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Low 14 @102-103

Honestly going to the track without drag radials is pointless .. You won't get the time you want without sticky tires

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Don't forget upgrading to typhoon manifold , my buddy got a good boost with that thing ..
Did your buddy do a before/after on the dyno because the Typhoon is no way in hell a better intake than the stock PI.

I do agree with you about tires for the track though. Hell even for the street...
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Low 14 @102-103

Honestly going to the track without drag radials is pointless .. You won't get the time you want without sticky tires

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Don't forget upgrading to typhoon manifold , my buddy got a good boost with that thing ..
Unless ya know you just want to race and see what you will get. Not everyone is as hardcore as others.
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Did your buddy do a before/after on the dyno because the Typhoon is no way in hell a better intake than the stock PI.

I do agree with you about tires for the track though. Hell even for the street...
Really? What's wrong with typhoon ?
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I ran 13.9 before my 3.73 and full exhaust. Convertible, auto tranny, UDP, cai, tb, plenum, cat back, custom tune, lowered with roush stage 2 springs, and street tires. I'm guessing 13.4- 13.5 now with gears and full exhaust.
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Seriously? Just a second to fourth shift huh? That's pretty impressive. People under estimate the torque that these engines have.
yeah trapped 97 mph so i couldn't complain for having to skip my favorite gear lol
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Really? What's wrong with typhoon ?
1 - Pro products anything is Chinese low quality stuff. Not worth the aluminum it takes to make it.

2 - You lose low end over the PI intake

3 - There are issues with the heater hoses

4 - It costs you money whereas the PI intake is better and already on the car.

PI intake is proven good for upwards of and over 600whp on multiple FI builds. ZERO need to upgrade from it until you get to that level.
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Typhoon is good if running nitrous that's about it
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Nah, if you blow the PI intake up because of Nitrous you should not be running Nitrous in the first place.
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Hate to thread jack but it seems all your questions have been answered what would you guys think my bullitt would run
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Cams? Any dyno sheets?
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No cams no dyno sheets the tune is the sct tuner
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1 - Pro products anything is Chinese low quality stuff. Not worth the aluminum it takes to make it.

2 - You lose low end over the PI intake

3 - There are issues with the heater hoses

4 - It costs you money whereas the PI intake is better and already on the car.

PI intake is proven good for upwards of and over 600whp on multiple FI builds. ZERO need to upgrade from it until you get to that level.
Damn that's crazy well he bought it used , seemed to give him a lil more top end when we used to race ..
Idk I just see it doing better over the plastic OEM intake
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No cams no dyno sheets the tune is the sct tuner
You should try to get a tune from blow by racing they can upload It to your tuner , have a
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Damn that's crazy well he bought it used , seemed to give him a lil more top end when we used to race ..
Idk I just see it doing better over the plastic OEM intake
A lot of ppl think that about the plastic intake... I mean it IS a plastic intake but nope the PI intake is a proven solid performer and its light as hell.
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I picked up a pro products typhoon intake because my plastic one cracked. No complaints here. No issues on the install or loss of power noticed.
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Full exhaust
3.73 gears
Cai
Lowered
No tune
Running rich

Ran 14.1 @ 100 mph spinning first and second because of bald tires
And yes I have my time slip
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A lot of ppl think that about the plastic intake... I mean it IS a plastic intake but nope the PI intake is a proven solid performer and its light as hell.
Lol anybody knows those plastic intakes are no good regardless of knowing how to properly use nitrous
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Lol anybody knows those plastic intakes are no good regardless of knowing how to properly use nitrous
Yes, the PI intake is terrible... you're right...
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Full exhaust
3.73 gears
Cai
Lowered
No tune
Running rich

Ran 14.1 @ 100 mph spinning first and second because of bald tires
And yes I have my time slip
Lower control arms and drag radials !
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I do have them. So I guess its drag radials. Thanks man.
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You should be mid to high 13's and practice slipping the clutch when launching but make sure you have a good after market clutch because you will fry the stock clutch I have seen my friends cut 1.6-1.9 60ft on street tires driver mod my friends
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Because of my job I don't take that chance of launching on public roads. And I've only been down the track 7 or 8 times. Every track day I had different stuff done. The last time I added gears a tune ,TB, new diff and tires. And I ran stock times or a little faster. I was having problems with my traction control it wouldn't turn off. So I had a buddy turn it off with my tuner and he failed to tell me he had to return everything to stock form to turn it off. So basically I was running a stock car without traction control. And wondering why my times were so close. I did however pick up some nittos today from a buddy with very little use. So I figure I little more practice would outs me in the mid 13s.
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Finally went to the track. Best was 13.8 @100 mph

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Finally went to the track. Best was 13.8 @100 mph
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Finally went to the track. Best was 13.8 @100 mph
Street tires ?

Manual ?
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Manual and nitto 555 extremes
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