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Old 03-17-2014, 09:44 PM   #1
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So last time I went I only managed a 14.6@96 (2.15 60", 9.5 1/8. Since then I swapped out my stock heavy seats for the lightweight American muscle ones, put a 75mm accufab TB and plenum on, and most importantly added 373 gears. I'm going to drive to Bradenton we'd and run there at there test and tune night in a quest for 13s. While I did get some bigger rims and good 315 nit to 555R DRs I'm not going to run them yet since this track is 500 miles from my home. Also I'm running a stock clutch so I. Sticking with the 245/45/17s. Any suggestion for tire pressure and what should I be able to run now? 13.9 is the goal, but well see. I'll take out spare tire and back seat to even lighten the load a little more too, but just trying to get other opinions.
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I hit 9.22 in the eigth on sumitomo htr z ii or what evers lol. Mods are lts, short shifter, full exhaust, cai. And i have 350 and 250 lb coilovers which isnt a drag setup by anymeans. You can definitely hit 13s with those mods. I also dont have a tune or anything either.
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Leave the back seat at home and bring the DR's!!!
You can fit 4 wheels, a jack, tools, folding chairs, cooler AND 2 passengers inside of a New Edge.
The stock clutch will take it unless it's weak already.
I think I'd go with 28 psi in the rear and put around 50 psi in the front to reduce rolling resistance.
I predict that you'll break into the 13's with the new gears and using the DR's...
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So last time I went I only managed a 14.6@96 (2.15 60", 9.5 1/8. Since then I swapped out my stock heavy seats for the lightweight American muscle ones, put a 75mm accufab TB and plenum on, and most importantly added 373 gears. I'm going to drive to Bradenton we'd and run there at there test and tune night in a quest for 13s. While I did get some bigger rims and good 315 nit to 555R DRs I'm not going to run them yet since this track is 500 miles from my home. Also I'm running a stock clutch so I. Sticking with the 245/45/17s. Any suggestion for tire pressure and what should I be able to run now? 13.9 is the goal, but well see. I'll take out spare tire and back seat to even lighten the load a little more too, but just trying to get other opinions.
Very nice! Looks like you've added a lot of great mods. Being that on your 14.6 pass your 60FT was a 2.15 you definitely have a lot of room for growth. If you can get that into the high 1's you'll pick up a few tenths off of your end time.

You've also added a lot of great mods. Gears are really going to benefit you! If you can find a way to get the Radials on the car at the track I don't see a 13-Second pass being a problem.

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Very nice! Looks like you've added a lot of great mods. Being that on your 14.6 pass your 60FT was a 2.15 you definitely have a lot of room for growth. If you can get that into the high 1's you'll pick up a few tenths off of your end time.

You've also added a lot of great mods. Gears are really going to benefit you! If you can find a way to get the Radials on the car at the track I don't see a 13-Second pass being a problem.

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Sweet Man. Yea I will take out the back seat and load the radials up. Problem is I'm taking a lot of stuff down with me...but I'll make the room for that added traction and lower ETs. Appreciate the advice guys and I'll let you know. Traction was a slight problem last time as I had to baby the throttle out of first, but now its a real issue with the gears. The 315s should take care of that without too much strain on the clutch with 2-3K launches.
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I thought new edges could pull high 13's stock sometimes?
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You drive a std or auto? Hope i didnt miss this cuz ill feel like a tard if i did lol.
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You drive a std or auto? Hope i didnt miss this cuz ill feel like a tard if i did lol.

He mentions having a stock clutch so I believe a standard.
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Haaaa figured i missed it! Duhh. Well anyways with those mods man if u know how to drive worth a damn you could prolly see 8.x eigth. Idk bout 1/4 never ran 1/4.
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I don't have a lot of track time (first passes ever) and nver claimed I did. I Made about 7 passes and average was 14.7. Didn't adjust tire pressure at all (32-35 psi in all 4). Car is a convertible and chassis has 173k, steeda springs, tokico blue/hp shocks, MM SFCs, and steeda balljoints/bump steer. Full weight, seats, spare, etc. 2-2.5k launches and slipped the clutch a little to prevent spin out of first a little each time and chirped 2nd hard each time, while I would say I shifted fast I'm no pro that's for sure (can improve here some obviously). I'd say maybe I could of made a 14.3-14.4 pass with some of those things corrected, but who knows. I know the track tells it all though so I know where I stand for now. Took straybullets advice and threw the DRs and 17x10.5s in the rear. I've never seen a new edge run 13s stock. Mid To high 14s is more likely the case with stock new edges. I know 10 years ago when this car was a 3.8 and my friend had an 02 GT that with similar mods that I have (exhaust intake, tb/plenum and 373 his best time was 13.9. I'll guess I'll just have to wait till Thursday to see where I stand. I'll take a vid so you can see my shifting ability and you can critique me then...haha
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Where abouts I'm fl you at? I'm in Tampa, and Bradenton is where I usually go when I run...
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Oh and strip the car out of all extra weight. Hopefully those slicks should get your 60' down beow 2.00.... I had best luck with around 25 psi in the rears amd the fronts at 35 psi. Best time N/A with street tires for me was 13.1, but I'm not stock.
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I used to live in Tampa (USF Alum) but now it's USAF Life for me. I'm stationed at Eglin between Pensacola and panama city. This is my last run before I go to Japan for 3 years so I'm going to do my best to break into 13s but well see. My parents live in Bradenton and my boy is getting married in 2 weeks so I'm taking some leave for that and figured might as well make a pass or two.
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Cool man, I'm a Bull too! Been by Eglin, but never on base. I was a USCG reservist, but did my time and got out. want to take my Fox down and run it, but I've been sooo busy with work I dunno when I'm gonna get any time. Can't wait to see your video!
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Your stock clutch will hold up I launched mine on slicks at 5000rpm will no slipping

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Thanks man appreciate that info. I'll do one or two higher launch passes but for the most part I'll keep it in the 3k range
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I don't have a lot of track time (first passes ever) and nver claimed I did. I Made about 7 passes and average was 14.7. Didn't adjust tire pressure at all (32-35 psi in all 4). Car is a convertible and chassis has 173k, steeda springs, tokico blue/hp shocks, MM SFCs, and steeda balljoints/bump steer. Full weight, seats, spare, etc. 2-2.5k launches and slipped the clutch a little to prevent spin out of first a little each time and chirped 2nd hard each time, while I would say I shifted fast I'm no pro that's for sure (can improve here some obviously). I'd say maybe I could of made a 14.3-14.4 pass with some of those things corrected, but who knows. I know the track tells it all though so I know where I stand for now. Took straybullets advice and threw the DRs and 17x10.5s in the rear. I've never seen a new edge run 13s stock. Mid To high 14s is more likely the case with stock new edges. I know 10 years ago when this car was a 3.8 and my friend had an 02 GT that with similar mods that I have (exhaust intake, tb/plenum and 373 his best time was 13.9. I'll guess I'll just have to wait till Thursday to see where I stand. I'll take a vid so you can see my shifting ability and you can critique me then...haha

Actually a lot of stock (besides exhaust) have snagged 13.9's or lower. Driver mod I guess. Plus verts are slower. You will get better. Was it fun? I haven't been to one yet because my hometown didn't have a track.
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I have to agree to disagree with you on many 99-04 GTs pulling 13's stock though. I graduated high school in 2002 and about 8 kids in my class alone had 99-04GTs and only one ran a 14.1 bone stock and we were frequent flyers to Bradenton then (1/4 track). While I don't doubt that are New edge's out there that can run 13's stock, the odds are not in their favor unless they are power shifting and have that one in a hundred car. Having Exhaust isn't stock especially if it is a mid pipe and headers that can net you 15-20rwhp. Yes convertibles are normally a little slower, but only by a tenth or so, but it doesn't really matter to me since I take my car to the track maybe once every 3-4 years. I'm not too far off hard tops. Regardless it is always fun until someone breaks down on the track and the track officials take 30 mins-1hr to prep the track and tow that car off. It gets the adrenaline pumping
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1lowgt ran a 13.9 stock engine and just DRs. All it takes is traction and good shifting to get 13s. 4 days after I bought my 01 I took it to the track (only been driving stick for those 4 days also), I pulled a 14.3 that night with a 2.3 60 foot. It'll easily do 13s with a better launch and good shifts.
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Sweet Man. Yea I will take out the back seat and load the radials up. Problem is I'm taking a lot of stuff down with me...but I'll make the room for that added traction and lower ETs. Appreciate the advice guys and I'll let you know. Traction was a slight problem last time as I had to baby the throttle out of first, but now its a real issue with the gears. The 315s should take care of that without too much strain on the clutch with 2-3K launches.
You're welcome. Taking out the back seat, gears and a radial I think you'll definitely be in good shape for a 13-Second pass! Definitely keep us posted and let us know how you make out.

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I have to agree to disagree with you on many 99-04 GTs pulling 13's stock though. I graduated high school in 2002 and about 8 kids in my class alone had 99-04GTs and only one ran a 14.1 bone stock and we were frequent flyers to Bradenton then (1/4 track). While I don't doubt that are New edge's out there that can run 13's stock, the odds are not in their favor unless they are power shifting and have that one in a hundred car. Having Exhaust isn't stock especially if it is a mid pipe and headers that can net you 15-20rwhp. Yes convertibles are normally a little slower, but only by a tenth or so, but it doesn't really matter to me since I take my car to the track maybe once every 3-4 years. I'm not too far off hard tops. Regardless it is always fun until someone breaks down on the track and the track officials take 30 mins-1hr to prep the track and tow that car off. It gets the adrenaline pumping

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You will see many people hitting 13's stock. One had a catback. Normally when people have exhausts headers aren't included lol. It normally only consist of a catback and maybe a midpipe. That's not 20whp
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With 315 drag radials , I had best luck with around 15-18 psi

Make sure to do a 2nd gear burnout ,
And launch at atleast 2500-3000

And if you can power shift , granny shifting kills et times.

It's all about the 60 ft..

You should consider adding suspension , bolt Ons aren't everything , importantly at the track
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I have some suspension mods, but no drag shocks or stiffer control arms, but those will be coming in a little while. I wasn't able to race on last Thursday because the national hot rod association had an event th-sunday, but I'm in Tampa until 30 Mar so I'll be racing this Thursday. This extra time is good because I will be able to set up my new microphone for the go pro. Anyway that's the update.
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Well it's been a few months but I'm in Montgomery al for a month of training and brought the car so this Friday I'll find out what she can do at test and tune.
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When I hear stock I think stock down to the paper filter and especially street tires. Even if mods don't add hp there still modifications in my book that make the car faster. Any suspension mods or drag radials definitely put the car out of "stock" class, as a better suspension and tires can easily take off 1.5-2 seconds off a stock cars 1/4 mile time.
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When I hear stock I think stock down to the paper filter and especially street tires. Even if mods don't add hp there still modifications in my book that make the car faster. Any suspension mods or drag radials definitely put the car out of "stock" class, as a better suspension and tires can easily take off 1.5-2 seconds off a stock cars 1/4 mile time.

I half agree with you. When you mod a car it's no longer "stock"..... But you aren't going to get a 2v into the low 12s or high 11s with just suspension or tires.
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I agree with both of you. While my cars suspensions isn't stock lowering springs shouldn't really give me better ETs and sure the subframe connectors give the car rigidity, but how much on a stock motor does that count for...not much IMO. This time I'll remove any dead weight too (spare tire and jack have to be about 50lbs), etc. I'll just have to wait and see until this Friday which is only my third time to the track too. I'll post a vid as the go pro will be mounted on my light bar.
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I half agree with you. When you mod a car it's no longer "stock"..... But you aren't going to get a 2v into the low 12s or high 11s with just suspension or tires.
It all depends on the car. A 2v doesn't have the HP to run 12s or 11s stock. But if you took a 11+ GT or a LS1 f body that has a decent amount of power but can't put it to the ground with stock suspension doing a race suspension and DRs can have that much of an impact on ETs. I want to say there is a Z28 with a stock LS1 that puts around 300 hp to the wheels in the 11s with weight reduction, suspension, and DRs.
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