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Old 11-10-2013, 07:23 PM   #1
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New Persoanl best

12.07 yesterday at the 12th annual ABM Nast at Cecil county drag way.
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That's good !!!
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12.07 yesterday at the 12th annual ABM Nast at Cecil county drag way.
What are driving ?
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Look at his profile it will show bro
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Look at his profile it will show bro
It shows he has an 06 gt and a Harley I was just wondering witch 1
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06 Gt with a Roush M-90 blower.
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06 Gt with a Roush M-90 blower.
Sweet man I grew up in Oxford Pennsylvania I went to the Cecil county drag way all the time I miss going
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Got Any pics of her ? Sounds nice !
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I'll have to load some when I get my laptop fixed.
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Nice! Now you have to be .08 quicker.
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Manual or auto?
Buddy has a stock '05 with only a whipple running 11.5s all day long. Thought it was nearly the same hair dryer.
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Buddy has a stock '05 with only a whipple running 11.5s all day long. Thought it was nearly the same hair dryer.
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The Roush M90 is an "ok" supercharger. You can't run as much boost on them and they heat up pretty quickly. The Whipple is a much better supercharger.
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The Roush M90 is an "ok" supercharger. You can't run as much boost on them and they heat up pretty quickly. The Whipple is a much better supercharger.
Gotcha.
Can't remember what pulley he is running, but I believe it is only an 8 psi.
Btw, he was 13.2 stock. We think it is a freak. He is a great driver, but crazy times!
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13.2 is doable with a really good driver and good tires. Just like how the 5.0 is rated at 13.0 supposedly but lots of people get 12.7 or even a little lower stock.
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I know Im not the only one who caught ^ spell you're as your.
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umm, I don't see that (:
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Damn it. I didn't notice the mis spelling until I read the other posts.
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Buddy has a stock '05 with only a whipple running 11.5s all day long. Thought it was nearly the same hair dryer.
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Does "all day long" have to be said? Just wondering; I've never seen anyone on a forum say, "only part of the day", or "just in the morning".
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Does "all day long" have to be said? Just wondering; I've never seen anyone on a forum say, "only part of the day", or "just in the morning".
Realistically it probably isn't all day long because that supercharger will get super heat soaked and lose so much power after a lot of runs
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Does "all day long" have to be said? Just wondering; I've never seen anyone on a forum say, "only part of the day", or "just in the morning".
Well, actually it does. It means that he runs nearly identical times almost every run all day long, as opposed to once or twice in a day at the track.
But thank you so much for the grammar lesson. You must be a joy to hang around...all day long.
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I can only interpret "all day long" as meaning it runs that # all the time all day long, but then you replied and said "nearly" and "almost" which in turn contradicts my interpretation of "all day long"
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