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Old 03-11-2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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Guess my 1/4 time

Ok so im going to the track this Saturday for the first time since I've done the majority of my mods.

Car is a 98 GT AUTO with 156,000 miles
Mods are 4.10 gears, 70mm bbk tb, trick flow plenum, bbk cai, bbk udps, pacesetter LTs, pacesetter x pipe, flowmaster 40s, sct tuned. Still has npi everything. Tires are descent. 285 Michelin Pilot Sport. They like to hop (need new control arms)

Let me know what you think ill run

Ill have real numbers Sunday!
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13.8 Good luck!
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Same mods as you but he has drag radials he was running 13.7-8 all day, I was running 13.3s in my 2007
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What would be a likely 0-60 time?
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Old 03-12-2013, 12:50 AM   #5
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I ran a 15.0 when I got it, had just a cai and a sct tune.
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I ran a 15.0 when I got it, had just a cai and a sct tune.
4.10s are gonna really help out, do you hook up ok because that's a big factor in your times.
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low 14s or high 13s with traction @ about 100MPH
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Ok so im going to the track this Saturday for the first time since I've done the majority of my mods.

Car is a 98 GT AUTO with 156,000 miles
Mods are 4.10 gears, 70mm bbk tb, trick flow plenum, bbk cai, bbk udps, pacesetter LTs, pacesetter x pipe, flowmaster 40s, sct tuned. Still has npi everything. Tires are descent. 285 Michelin Pilot Sport. They like to hop (need new control arms)

Let me know what you think ill run

Ill have real numbers Sunday!
I say mid 14-15

You need drag radials and suspension to get anywere at the track
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I say mid 14-15

You need drag radials and suspension to get anywere at the track
Not true. At all.
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Ok so im going to the track this Saturday for the first time since I've done the majority of my mods.

Car is a 98 GT AUTO with 156,000 miles
Mods are 4.10 gears, 70mm bbk tb, trick flow plenum, bbk cai, bbk udps, pacesetter LTs, pacesetter x pipe, flowmaster 40s, sct tuned. Still has npi everything. Tires are descent. 285 Michelin Pilot Sport. They like to hop (need new control arms)

Let me know what you think ill run

Ill have real numbers Sunday!

13.6 with absolute full traction. Anywhere between 13.6 and 14.0 at best. Anything else between 14.0 to 14.5 cause its hard to stay consistent on street tires trying to get traction out of the dig when with slicks or radial you have no worries of trying to catch traction slipping the clutch. If you get in the 13's that's pretty dang good on street tires with that set up. Don't think you'll see a 13.6 though unless you got some slicks or radials. Your car is capably of running a 13.9 at best with those tires. and your time should fluctuate around, being on street tires, 13.9-14.5.
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13.6 with absolute full traction. Anywhere between 13.6 and 14.0 at best. Anything else between 14.0 to 14.5 cause its hard to stay consistent on street tires trying to get traction out of the dig when with slicks or radial you have no worries of trying to catch traction slipping the clutch. If you get in the 13's that's pretty dang good on street tires with that set up. Don't think you'll see a 13.6 though unless you got some slicks or radials. Your car is capably of running a 13.9 at best with those tires. and your time should fluctuate around, being on street tires, 13.9-14.5.
I learned this and figured that's why people told me sticky tires are important mods to fast cars so I went from 245 on 17 street nittos 555r's to slicks and knocked .3 in 1000 foot (.4 in 1/4) when I figured up my times before I got my slicks I was off by 3 tenths off from what I figured from my mods when I got slicks I got exactly what I figured up and was off by like .0XXX which is really accurate. But once I got slicks I experienced wheel hop which led to more upgrades which will now result in better times. Hahah it's one thing after another...power, traction to suspension. It'll eat your billfold pocket one hundred dollar bill after another...
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