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Old 08-06-2013, 04:55 PM   #1
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ust finished the install and tune of my v3si with air to waterintercooler. I took it to the track last friday night and ran 12.2 @115. Im hoping for better time and speed. Car makes 383rwhp at 8.26psi. And I now run 11 psi. Any comments will be greatly appreciated.
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ust finished the install and tune of my v3si with air to waterintercooler. I took it to the track last friday night and ran 12.2 @115. Im hoping for better time and speed. Car makes 383rwhp at 8.26psi. And I now run 11 psi. Any comments will be greatly appreciated.
What exactly do you need help with?
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Trying to determine if its possible to get a faster time and or speed. I ran a 1.74 60' on the 12.2 run. And now naking 11 max psi the car makes 434whp.
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Trying to determine if its possible to get a faster time and or speed. I ran a 1.74 60' on the 12.2 run. And now naking 11 max psi the car makes 434whp.
I would say if your 60ft is consistent I'd guess you would run a 11.8-12 flat at your power level. You are limited with your current engine for power without a forged bottom end and cams for that blower. Your 60 is good and your trap is also. The only thing that's going to get you a higher trap speed is more HP.
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