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Old 04-13-2013, 10:05 PM   #1
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So I'm going back to the track this friday, provided we still have good weather anyways. I have an 05 v6 and I'm not really sure what the best way to launch would be with the open diff. My best time so far was a 15.1x at 94 with a 2.3 60'. I was on bald 235/50/17 falkens. I now have 275/40/17 nt555s, and no rear seat.
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Not bad on your ET, get that 60 foot down and you will probably see a 14.8
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I'm hoping I can at least be at 14.8. I also have the 93 hybrid tune from BAMA, an MGW short throw, BBK CAI, and prochamber and muffler deletes.
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Launch at like 1500-1800 RPM on a dump and go from there. Should see a 2.1 which could net you a 14.6
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Launch at like 1500-1800 RPM on a dump and go from there. Should see a 2.1 which could net you a 14.6
I was gunna try something like that, just wasn't sure how well it'll go with the open rear
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New tires should help with that. You can run a few times I'm sure so try different things.
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Yeah these ones seem a lot better
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