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Old 08-14-2013, 10:38 AM   #36
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http://www.americanmuscle.com/2011-v...13v6projectcar

I own a Mystic and still give props for performance and power whatever the source be it 1-20 freakin cylinders a Yugo to a Venom GT if it's fast it's fast labels don't matter for example "farm truck"!!!
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I own a Mystic and still give props for performance and power whatever the source be it 1-20 freakin cylinders a Yugo to a Venom GT if it's fast it's fast labels don't matter for example "farm truck"!!!
That farm truck is awesome
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I grew up in small town Belton MO classic hot rods were everywhere. Sleepers were the norm all the rich boys with their Daddy's money got stomped by West Beltonites with octane in their blood buildin fassssst cars under a tree in the backyard. Ole Billy Potter could tune anything by ear and I do mean anything whether it was my Yamaha RD 350 or my buddies GTX, Blue Springs Yamaha bored, ported and polished my bike but couldn't get it tuned I tried and tried then took it to Billy he timed it by ear in less than 5 minutes got on it and rode a wheelie thru three gears. The Grand National was the fastest car built for I'm not sure how many years - V6 Turbo, times have changed it was "there's no replacement for displacement" but it's not the standard anymore.
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Sweet I only seen flashlight drags 1/8 mile
I wish it was a 1/4 mile though I wanna know what I would run.
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I wish it was a 1/4 mile though I wanna know what I would run.
Well it sounds like you need to find yourself a 1/4 mile track
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Well it sounds like you need to find yourself a 1/4 mile track
That I do!
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one video i posted is just some random dude who knows how to drive and he got a 13.86 bone stock

there is also a video of a full bolt on v6 running 12's (naturally aspirated also)
With decent tires my 01 Bullitt is supposed to run around a 13.7-.8
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I know for a fact that a Coyote will run mid-low 12s all day right off the showroom floor. A Terminator will be just as fast.

Machs do low 13s, 3Vs will do high 13s, PI 2V cars will do around a 14.5 give or take...

As far as what it will beat stock. That has a lot to do with the driver as well as the mods.
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I agree with most of what was posted but no way a 11 v6 is beating an ls1 f body unless the driver is sandbagging you to get more money on the line lol! Almost every single one of those cars put 300 or more to the tires bone stock.
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I thought that list he came up with was half pulled out of the hinterlands but if you are taking a stock car to the track it should be to get a baseline. After that all bets are off.
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I agree with most of what was posted but no way a 11 v6 is beating an ls1 f body unless the driver is sandbagging you to get more money on the line lol! Almost every single one of those cars put 300 or more to the tires bone stock.
I have seen several stock LS1 fbody drivers run 13.8 - 14.5. So, a 3.7 V6 would be in that same area which is why I listed it.

A typical stock LS1 fbody should run low - mid 13's @ 105 - 108 mph. My 99 Z28 ran a 13.5 @ 106 when it was stock. I've also seen a 100% *stock* 2002 T/A run a 12.8 @ 110 (this was my friends T/A and it had an LS6 block, intake, cam and heads from the factory - LS6 is the C5 Z06 engine btw).

So, on the off chance that you find a stock LS1 fbody with a poor driver, a 3.7 Mustang could pull off a kill.
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I know for a fact that a Coyote will run mid-low 12s all day right off the showroom floor. A Terminator will be just as fast.

Machs do low 13s, 3Vs will do high 13s, PI 2V cars will do around a 14.5 give or take...

As far as what it will beat stock. That has a lot to do with the driver as well as the mods.
My 2v did a 14.2 with a 2.3 60' stock. With decent tires and a few bolt ons a 2v can do mid 13s, add gears and it can do low 13s.
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Ya, they are faster than what ppl think. You make SLIGHTLY more power with that intake too but you weigh 40 lbs more on the nose. Note I said give or take. Hell I've seen a bolt on 2V do a mid 12. Was an auto with a 3500 stall and slicks.
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I am taking my none stock 2011 WRX to the track this weekend. I am curious to see if I can beat my best in my full bolt on 00 GT w/4.10s. The new WRX has run low 13s in stock trim. So we will see...
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That sounds like a driver's race depending on what sort of suspension setup/tires he has.
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That sounds like a driver's race depending on what sort of suspension setup/tires he has.
Stock vs stock??
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No, you said his car had bolt ons and 4.10s so I would assume not lol.

Regardless this thread makes me lol a little. The only way to tell for sure is to go run the cars. You can have a car making a ****ton of power but if the driver sucks or its just a dyno queen it can/will lose to something making a lot less power but setup better with a better driver.
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No, you said his car had bolt ons and 4.10s so I would assume not lol.

Regardless this thread makes me lol a little. The only way to tell for sure is to go run the cars. You can have a car making a ****ton of power but if the driver sucks or its just a dyno queen it can/will lose to something making a lot less power but setup better with a better driver.
I was saying my mustang has the full bolt ons and 4.10s. I have run it at the track a few times and my best is a 13.7 @ 101. Now I am taking my bone stock WRX to the track on Friday to see what that runs. I have a feeling it will run better than my mustang.
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You need some suspension work and wheels/tires. Your car should be going at least a half second faster than what it is. Your WRX very well might run a better time with the AWD helping the launch.
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You need some suspension work and wheels/tires. Your car should be going at least a half second faster than what it is. Your WRX very well might run a better time with the AWD helping the launch.
You are correct. I wasn't really "launching"The mustang. If I drop the clutch at 4-5k rpm, I will just sit there and spin. I would slip the clutch out letting the tires get traction, then hammer down. I consistently managed 2.0 60ft on street tires. Once I sell my current wheel/tire setup I will be getting some MT drag radials along with a suspension overhaul.
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Ha ha I take it you've never been to a drag strip. I drove a new v6 before I bought my gt. The reason I bought the gt was it was faster hands down.
I've only got a tune and 3.55s instead of 3.31s like yours and ran 9.0 in the 1/8 in 100 degree heat.
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Sorry to ruin the parade, it will not beat any Honda. 2006 s2000 can best the v6.
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Sorry to ruin the parade, it will not beat any Honda. 2006 s2000 can best the v6.
How so? My old 04 gt with intake and exhaust would beat s2k's at Beech Bend by usually a fender or more...the new v6's can run a pi 2v easily....so yeah I'm missing your point.
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My friends raced each other and the s2k pulled on him by 2 car lengths multiple times.

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And I'm hoping we are talking about a straight line race from the dig because the s2k would walk on the v6 in a circuit. I own a ford but not ashamed to admit that s2000 has a better performance car than our v6.
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I really hope to get to run my friends s2k at the next local auto x event.
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My friends raced each other and the s2k pulled on him by 2 car lengths multiple times.

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And I'm hoping we are talking about a straight line race from the dig because the s2k would walk on the v6 in a circuit. I own a ford but not ashamed to admit that s2000 has a better performance car than our v6.
stock for stock the 3.7 would demolish the s2k

stock s2k runs about 14.5 1/4 stock 3.7 runs high 13's low 14's stock
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stock for stock the 3.7 would demolish the s2k

stock s2k runs about 14.5 1/4 stock 3.7 runs high 13's low 14's stock
I think he was talking about older v6s
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http://www.s2ki.com/s2000/topic/4435...14-mile-times/

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Those times are stock or CAI(no tune). Enjoy.
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I ran a newer v6 at the track last weekend in my WRX and beat it pretty bad. I'm not sure what year it was but I know it was a 2010+.
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I'm not here to debate, I just don't want to OP to get the wrong info. Most of the cars mentioned here will beat the v6 stock for stock. Not trying be be negative, just being real. Take care.
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Those times are stock or CAI(no tune). Enjoy.
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I'm not here to debate, I just don't want to OP to get the wrong info. Most of the cars mentioned here will beat the v6 stock for stock. Not trying be be negative, just being real. Take care.
Well you're obviously here to debate, considering you posted 3 times. I think you are forgetting the new V6 has 305 HP and can run 13.7 bone stock. Most of the cars mentioned here will not beat the V6, just being real.
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Well you're obviously here to debate, considering you posted 3 times. I think you are forgetting the new V6 has 305 HP and can run 13.7 bone stock. Most of the cars mentioned here will not beat the V6, just being real.
Well for you buddy, I'll list some cars that were mentioned in the previous posts that CAN beat the v6.
300gt vr4
S2000
370z
Challenger rt
Subaru wrx/ sti
Lancer Evo
NSX (I don't know what the guy was thinking, mentioning a super car next to a v6 mustang)
If you guys don't believe me do some research. Also don't say it depends on the driver because that's not what the OP asked. Thanks.
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stock/near stock 1/4 mile times - S2KI Honda S2000 Forums

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Those times are stock or CAI(no tune). Enjoy.
So I'm still going to say the 3.7 would win in most cases....from not only personally seeing s2k's run stock times to seeing that link which put them in a range from 13.9-15.4 ...the 13.9 run I'd say isn't stock because s2k's are horrid dig racers thanks to such little torque. Now if it was a mile track I could see the higher revving s2k win stock though. You can still have the opinion though that the 3.7 is slower but let's be honest....its not and ford finally got it right.
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So I'm still going to say the 3.7 would win in most cases....from not only personally seeing s2k's run stock times to seeing that link which put them in a range from 13.9-15.4 ...the 13.9 run I'd say isn't stock because s2k's are horrid dig racers thanks to such little torque. Now if it was a mile track I could see the higher revving s2k win stock though. You can still have the opinion though that the 3.7 is slower but let's be honest....its not and ford finally got it right.
Man There's nothing wrong with the ford I own one. But I've personally seen many s2000 that run fairly quickly stock. I know they have low torque but they do make up in higher revving and launching high. We all have opinions, we can agree to disagree
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