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Old 06-08-2014, 05:55 PM   #1
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Any other Procharged Coyotes in here?

How does yours run in the 1/4 mile? Mine seems kind of slow. I have not ran it since my pulley swap and retune but It doesn't feel like it's going to do much better. I'm going to find out next Friday weather permitting.
I have the standard P1SC stage 2 kit bolted onto a otherwise stock A6 with 26'' drag radials. It ran 11.98-12.0@120, 2.0 60's @6.6 psi. Good air and good traction. I was hoping for it to be a little quicker than that out of the box with a tune. The first tune made 521 rwhp, 430rwtq (STD).
I had it retuned with a different tuner on a different dyno with a 4.25 pulley that brought the boost up to 7.8psi and power to 506rwhp, 416rwtq (SAE). The numbers are not too promising but he said his dyno reads low. Similar fueling and timing as the first tune. So I'm going to see if there is any improvement at all with the retune. If it's not balls deep into the 11s it looks like I have some more wrenching to do.
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any suspension mods?
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Not at the time. I just installed some BMR rear lower control arms yesterday. I wasn't getting any wheel hop or anything at the track. The new control arms are a major improvement i can tell. The car goes straight when i do a burnout instead of going sideways and kicking out to the side.

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Do uppers,lowers and adjustable pan hard. All Bmr

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Struts and shocks be a huge help also!
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Do uppers,lowers and adjustable pan hard. All Bmr

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Struts and shocks be a huge help also!
My buddy runs 11.5s in his AED e85 tune only 2013 CS/GT only this is removed sway bar and Hoosier qtps

Also with that power you probably need a 28" tall tire
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I would do some suspension work and learn how to launch with the drag radials. I know guys with stock 5.0s in the 11s with radials and a few suspension mods cutting 1.5-1.6 60 ft times. 2.0 is good for street tires but not drag radials. power isn't your issue, it's getting off the line and putting that much power to the ground that is causing the times not to be what your expecting.
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Yea i have drag radials dead hooking. 2.0 is as good as it gets. Im going to buy a circle d converter here shortly. The 60' is killing it.

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My buddy cuts 1.6s in his 6spd car, stock suspension

I cut 1.7 in my 3v 5spd car, just have LCAs and lowering springs

It's about the tire, drag radials kinda suck,

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No its not my tire. My car is an auto. I couldn't spin them out of the hole at the track if you paid me to. Its a super tight converter. 2.0 60 is all it has after about a dozen runs and Im not a newbie. A circle d 3c is coming in the near future.

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