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Old 05-27-2013, 02:48 PM   #1
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1/4 et and trap speed?

I have a 2003 gt stock basically other then deleted cats, m-80 mufflers, 4.10 gears, 78 mm BBK tb, k&n cai, and steeda tri ax sts. Nitto 555 285/40x18 in the rear. The track I'm going to is 3676' above sea level and isn't very well prepped. Last time I was there bone stock I ran a best of 14.9 but my 60' killed me, not to mention I had barely owned the car for 3 days. Any one wanna guesstimate what my ET and trap would be? I plan on going sometime in June. Thank you
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I have a 2003 gt stock basically other then deleted cats, m-80 mufflers, 4.10 gears, 78 mm BBK tb, k&n cai, and steeda tri ax sts. Nitto 555 285/40x18 in the rear. The track I'm going to is 3676' above sea level and isn't very well prepped. Last time I was there bone stock I ran a best of 14.9 but my 60' killed me, not to mention I had barely owned the car for 3 days. Any one wanna guesstimate what my ET and trap would be? I plan on going sometime in June. Thank you
Or what it should be, should I say.
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At best, I'd venture to say 14.2-14.5 between 98-102mph. My best when I had my '02 GT stock except for exhaust was a 14.2. Put wider and better tires on and hit 13.9 as a best. That was at sea level here on a cool fall day.
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At best, I'd venture to say 14.2-14.5 between 98-102mph. My best when I had my '02 GT stock except for exhaust was a 14.2. Put wider and better tires on and hit 13.9 as a best. That was at sea level here on a cool fall day.
I'd be alright with a 14.2 lol.
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14.4. Any suspension mods?
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14.4. Any suspension mods?
No sir. After I get my tuner then I'm going to concentrate on suspension. I have a tubular k member that's it :/ but its not on.
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No sir. After I get my tuner then I'm going to concentrate on suspension. I have a tubular k member that's it :/ but its not on.
Your gonna need Lca's at a minimum, best $100 you'll spend.
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Your gonna need Lca's at a minimum, best $100 you'll spend.
Yeah I plan in just doing bolt ons then working my way with suspension. What brand do you recommend?
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Yeah I plan in just doing bolt ons then working my way with suspension. What brand do you recommend?
Any brand is an improvement. I would get lowers before any bolt on.
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Any brand is an improvement. I would get lowers before any bolt on.
Well looks like I know what I'm getting next instead of dropping it lol
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