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Old 04-30-2013, 06:49 PM   #1
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Oringal track outing with bone stock 5.0 with upgraded suspension and 3:73 gears ran 14 flat this time out with engine mods ran 13.3 @106 kept falling on her face in first was told i was not leaving line at high enough rpm i was leaving at 3000 was told i should leave between 4-5000 rpms 60ft is 1.80 on drag radials i was a bit disappointed but i know my car is capable of mid 12s once i get better at driving the stick but Im happy happy happy now cause i have an assortment of parts waiting at home to be put on. New aluminum radiator twin eclectic cooling fans new overflow can new vacuum can new brake booster due to vacuum leak ignition switch ignition module and new oil pan and pick up after all that is put on its a custom tune and chip then back to track to see what i got oh forgot to mention the mods i have done already trickflow trackheat upper and lower intake afr 165 heads egr delete smog delete 75mm TB 75mm MAF with 24lb injectors bbk cai 255 fuel pump long tubes offroad x pipe custom cam 1.6 rockers with A/C and no tune as of now but soon
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Oringal track outing with bone stock 5.0 with upgraded suspension and 3:73 gears ran 14 flat this time out with engine mods ran 13.3 @106 kept falling on her face in first was told i was not leaving line at high enough rpm i was leaving at 3000 was told i should leave between 4-5000 rpms 60ft is 1.80 on drag radials i was a bit disappointed but i know my car is capable of mid 12s once i get better at driving the stick but Im happy happy happy now cause i have an assortment of parts waiting at home to be put on. New aluminum radiator twin eclectic cooling fans new overflow can new vacuum can new brake booster due to vacuum leak ignition switch ignition module and new oil pan and pick up after all that is put on its a custom tune and chip then back to track to see what i got oh forgot to mention the mods i have done already trickflow trackheat upper and lower intake afr 165 heads egr delete smog delete 75mm TB 75mm MAF with 24lb injectors bbk cai 255 fuel pump long tubes offroad x pipe custom cam 1.6 rockers with A/C and no tune as of now but soon
That's good man if it's falling on its face then try a little Higher it'll help that 60ft and sounds like a nice set up man but I wouldnt get a tune just make sure the fuel to air is good an you will be fine that just what I think until you start boosting haha
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