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Old 11-01-2012, 07:05 PM   #36
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My 13 GT bone stock on the Eagle F1s ran a 13.2 at 109 at Z max Dragway this summer. It was close to 100 degrees. With BAMA race tune (93) and NITTO NTO5Rs out back runs consistent 12.5 at 113 with stock air box and 3:15 gears. Just had C & L cold air, custom Dyno tune and 3:73s put in. Hoping to hit 11s. Will be racing at Rockingham Dragway November 10 with new set up. Will post results.
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My 13 GT bone stock on the Eagle F1s ran a 13.2 at 109 at Z max Dragway this summer. It was close to 100 degrees. With BAMA race tune (93) and NITTO NTO5Rs out back runs consistent 12.5 at 113 with stock air box and 3:15 gears. Just had C & L cold air, custom Dyno tune and 3:73s put in. Hoping to hit 11s. Will be racing at Rockingham Dragway November 10 with new set up. Will post results.
I would love to see 11s that would make some zl1 owners cry!
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It's very possible. Check out kdanner on YouTube. In an auto he's getting 11.40s with bolt ons. He has a Circle D C5 converter with 4200 stall. Picked up his 60 ft from 1.8 to 1.5. That will be my next mod.

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I'm already making them cry, unless they put some good tires on they just spin. I think the one I was racing this summer was hitting low 13s and maybe got into the 12s.
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My 13 GT bone stock on the Eagle F1s ran a 13.2 at 109 at Z max Dragway this summer. It was close to 100 degrees. With BAMA race tune (93) and NITTO NTO5Rs out back runs consistent 12.5 at 113 with stock air box and 3:15 gears. Just had C & L cold air, custom Dyno tune and 3:73s put in. Hoping to hit 11s. Will be racing at Rockingham Dragway November 10 with new set up. Will post results.
That sounds pretty good with your stock gears. If you can keep the traction going with 3.73's, you'd be dropping down further for sure. Are the NTO5R's drag radials from Nitto?
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High 11s are definantly possible with bolt ons...I was doing 7.7 1/8 mile pulls consistently with my 5.0 I had bama tune/roush cai/ m/t drag radials and 3.73 gears
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My 13 GT bone stock on the Eagle F1s ran a 13.2 at 109 at Z max Dragway this summer. It was close to 100 degrees. With BAMA race tune (93) and NITTO NTO5Rs out back runs consistent 12.5 at 113 with stock air box and 3:15 gears. Just had C & L cold air, custom Dyno tune and 3:73s put in. Hoping to hit 11s. Will be racing at Rockingham Dragway November 10 with new set up. Will post results.
We ran almost identical. I took mine to track second day after picking it up from dealer, and with dealer gas, and ran a best of 13.38 @ 107, loaded a tune, and K & n air filter, and ran a best of 12.43 @ 113 on stock F1's, with stock 3.15 gears


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Yes, the NTO5R is a nitto, I'm running an 18 x 10 with 285 width. To this point traction has been excellent. We'll see what happens with the 3:73 and tune.
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