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    Well I Am Finaly Going To The Track (rocky Mountain Raceways) And See What My Girl Will Do On The Strip. My Buddies Dont Believe Me That I Will Be Able To Do 100 Mph In A Quarter Mile. I Have A 99 Z With 273's K&n Fipk And A Flowmaster Cat Back. What Times Should I Expect? (i Am In Salt Lake City) Elivation Of 4200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schrysler View Post
    Well I Am Finaly Going To The Track (rocky Mountain Raceways) And See What My Girl Will Do On The Strip. My Buddies Dont Believe Me That I Will Be Able To Do 100 Mph In A Quarter Mile. I Have A 99 Z With 273's K&n Fipk And A Flowmaster Cat Back. What Times Should I Expect? (i Am In Salt Lake City) Elivation Of 4200.
    i have a 2000 z... im at sealevel pretty much in jersey... i ran my car at 13.3 at 106 with an slp intake and borla exhaust... aot more done now but thats close i would think... im also an a4 with 273's

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    Doesnt The Altitude Make A Big Diff On Times?
    1998 Trans Am Vert, M6, Soon to be full of goodies......

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    Quote Originally Posted by schrysler View Post
    Doesnt The Altitude Make A Big Diff On Times?
    Altitude does make a difference. NHRA uses altitude correction factors. The NHRA gives Salt Lake a .94 e.t. and 1.05 mph correction factors (alt to sea level) Example a 13.9 in Salt Lake is a 13.0 at sea level and 100 mph trap is 105 at sea level. So you can see breaking 100 at 4200 feet will be tough.

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