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Old 11-13-2012, 04:48 PM   #1
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What can I do to beat a 2013 302?

Hey eveyone,
I have a 2012 GT Stock besides some BFG KWA Tires.
What mods would be best so i can run a 12.3 in a 1/4.

Boss 302 intake manifold.
Airaid Cold Air Intake.
Bama Tune.
Roush Axle Back.

MY best stock is a 12.9
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:55 PM   #2
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In the track app on my 13 my best has been 12.6 with the track package.
With full exhaust and tune you should beat me.
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Hey eveyone,
I have a 2012 GT Stock besides some BFG KWA Tires.
What mods would be best so i can run a 12.3 in a 1/4.

Boss 302 intake manifold.
Airaid Cold Air Intake.
Bama Tune.
Roush Axle Back.

MY best stock is a 12.9
That setup should be able to break 11.9x's with some practice. Its certainly been done a few times with some seat time. To make things even easier, two good mods would be LCA's and a high-flow mid-pipe. The LCA's will really make a difference in your 60' which is what you need the most. You have plenty of power to reach that target ET (with the mods you listed), but you need to be able to put it to the ground with no wheel hop!

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Old 11-13-2012, 07:03 PM   #4
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That's sounds like the route I'm going to take. Thanks for the advice.
U guys are great at AM
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That's sounds like the route I'm going to take. Thanks for the advice.
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Glad I could help out! Let me know if there's anything else I can do and good luck at the track next time!

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Old 11-17-2012, 12:33 AM   #8
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Just got back from the track worst thing ever happens to me. On the way to the track lol there was a yellow brick in the road that broke open my rear right rim and tire. So I had to ride to the track with my new roush axle back on a spare and just watch the races. But lucky I got to drive my friends 2012 gt500 down he track twice
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Dude that sucks. Gotta watch out for that ****.
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Damn!!!

I want a spare tire because the 13 does come with one just an air pump and fix a flat built in the pump, and what if something like this happens??
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Yeah you never know what can happen. I almost took my spare out the other day too lol.

I'm just happy I did not lose control when it happened because I was going 70 on the interstate
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Damn!!!

I want a spare tire because the 13 does come with one just an air pump and fix a flat built in the pump, and what if something like this happens??
Yea, I don't get that... Weight savings??
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Yea, I don't get that... Weight savings??
$$$$ savings....all cars r starting to have no spare...lame
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Brembo cars dont have a spare b/c the size required to clear the Brembos wont fit in the spare tire well. Non-Brembo stangs still get a spare.
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Brembo cars dont have a spare b/c the size required to clear the Brembos wont fit in the spare tire well. Non-Brembo stangs still get a spare.
Makes sense but still sucks, why didnt they just fitted a skinny tire as a spare like every other car company does.
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Makes sense but still sucks, why didnt they just fitted a skinny tire as a spare like every other car company does.
Im guessing its tire height, not width. Maybe too short can cause ride issues/damage. Im not smart enough to be sure. Seems like something they overlooked at some point in the development. Wondering if they thought about it when refreshing for the '10, but figured it was too costly to change. :dunno:
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$$$$ savings....all cars r starting to have no spare...lame
True. My prius plugin omits it too. Mainly because the back is full of batteries. There's a pump and goop kit like in my mustang.
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I finally got my Bama Tune,Airaid CAI, J&M LCA'S
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Tires will make the most difference I have some Mickey Thompson for sale that will fit your stock wheels and they will get you down to your goal, they will get you down under 12 with a good driver and right conditions pm me if your interested
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Brembo cars dont have a spare b/c the size required to clear the Brembos wont fit in the spare tire well. Non-Brembo stangs still get a spare.
Nope, we get a fix kit
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Brembo cars dont have a spare b/c the size required to clear the Brembos wont fit in the spare tire well. Non-Brembo stangs still get a spare.
Yeah my V6 no Brembo has the goop pump setup no spare... You would think the V6 would have a spare... It's already a light car compared to the V8's and with most not having performance mods a spare should work just fine.

I've used my goop pump after removing a metal chip I ran over at work now it's empty. Can you get it refilled at the dealer or do you have to buy a new complete goop pump?
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Stock I ran 12.7 with diablosport i1000 intune and kn drop in filter I ran 12.3 scratching for traction
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I have a 2014 gt with just tune running 12.3,first time at the track I beat a boss 302 .stock I ran 12.7 , he ran 13.1s all night.
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Dam didn't see my other post
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That setup should be able to break 11.9x's with some practice. Its certainly been done a few times with some seat time. To make things even easier, two good mods would be LCA's and a high-flow mid-pipe. The LCA's will really make a difference in your 60' which is what you need the most. You have plenty of power to reach that target ET (with the mods you listed), but you need to be able to put it to the ground with no wheel hop!

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Yeah my V6 no Brembo has the goop pump setup no spare... You would think the V6 would have a spare... It's already a light car compared to the V8's and with most not having performance mods a spare should work just fine.

I've used my goop pump after removing a metal chip I ran over at work now it's empty. Can you get it refilled at the dealer or do you have to buy a new complete goop pump?
Hmmm, maybe just GTs then. I got a spare.
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