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    Best 1/4 time

    Just wondering whats the best 1/4 time on here for m6 cars with full exhaust and lid.

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    I have a lid.
    Full exhaust as well.

    11.90 at 117 (8000 DA)


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    I have a friend who went 12.02@116, he's not on this board tho. http://www.easternfbodys.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=51679

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    I have a lid.
    Full exhaust as well.

    11.90 at 117 (8000 DA)

    haha thats awsome man...good time for a 'ls1'....


    I ran a 12.9 with a lid and custom trueduals-and a tune

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    I have a lid.
    Full exhaust as well.

    11.90 at 117 (8000 DA)

    You LIE! Well, technically you're not lying...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    I have a lid.
    Full exhaust as well.

    11.90 at 117 (8000 DA)


    I knew you would cause trouble up in here

    lol

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    Well im hoping for 12.4-12.5 at around 112 with LT's, Catback, and Lid. Go 6 speed gooo

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    13.6 here (at 5800ft)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird0230 View Post
    13.6 here (at 5800ft)
    Yours was tuned well. I gotta save up for that. The only dyno around here is a mustang dyno so i dont think ill get anywhere near your 360rwh.

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    My quickest time in the '99 (Dragonbird 1) was a 14.01, but I never got the chance to get a full exhaust upgrade on her Dragonbird 1 was a base T/A. Now Dragonbird 2 has a full exhaust upgrade and lid, but I haven't got to run her yet. But when I do, i'll post the time I'll be racing at the Bristol Dragstrip (Thunder Valley) It's aslow track because of the high elevation, but I thought I did pretty decent in DB1 there, so i'm anxious to know how I do in DB2

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonchick View Post
    It's aslow track because of the high elevation
    I don't want to hear about it.....

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    12.90 at 111 mph with cheapy pacesetter headers and Y-pipe, but still using the stock catback. My own tune that was a tad lean for the DA. 1,200 ft DA readings and a race weight of 3,750 lbs. (plus some junk in the trunk,,,haha)
    Drove it easy out of the gate slipping the clutch to save parts. Lazy 2.1 60 foot times.

    Edit: That was my wifes 6 speed car.

    Mine is an auto convertable, with another set of cheapy pacesetter headers and off road Y,,,and again still using the stock catback exhaust. My own tune. A 3400 stall converter and nothing else.
    On stock rubber it went 12.76 at 107.71 MPH with a 2166 DA and a race weight of 3,820 lbs. I think it had more in it, but I was one and done,,,, got booted for no roll bar,,,stupid verts,,,,lol.
    Last edited by Firebirdjones; 07-18-2010 at 06:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    12.90 at 111 mph with cheapy pacesetter headers and Y-pipe, but still using the stock catback. My own tune that was a tad lean for the DA. 1,200 ft DA readings and a race weight of 3,750 lbs. (plus some junk in the trunk,,,haha)
    Drove it easy out of the gate slipping the clutch to save parts. Lazy 2.1 60 foot times.

    Edit: That was my wifes 6 speed car.

    Mine is an auto convertable, with another set of cheapy pacesetter headers and off road Y,,,and again still using the stock catback exhaust. My own tune. A 3400 stall converter and nothing else.
    On stock rubber it went 12.76 at 107.71 MPH with a 2166 DA and a race weight of 3,820 lbs. I think it had more in it, but I was one and done,,,, got booted for no roll bar,,,stupid verts,,,,lol.
    Pacesetters are middle of the road id say. Anyway those times seem about right.

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    13.109 at 107MPH. Lid/LTs/ORY. My launch could be better (1.906).

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    12.89 @ 109.85. Had perfect weather that night, don't know the DA but our elevation is ~725. 1.98 60 ft, car was running 109+ all 7 runs, haven't seen that kind of October weather at the track yet this year. I went a couple weeks ago, best was a 13.23 @ 107.4, bad 60 ft 2.1-2.3. Need new tires, but also too scared to put drag radials on her!

    I have lid, full exhaust and Frost mail order tune this Spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Fast View Post
    12.89 @ 109.85. Had perfect weather that night, don't know the DA but our elevation is ~725. 1.98 60 ft, car was running 109+ all 7 runs, haven't seen that kind of October weather at the track yet this year. I went a couple weeks ago, best was a 13.23 @ 107.4, bad 60 ft 2.1-2.3. Need new tires, but also too scared to put drag radials on her!

    I have lid, full exhaust and Frost mail order tune this Spring.
    Man that is damn near the same as mine did. Best 12.87 @ 110.XX mph with headers, exhaust, lid before i got a dyno tune(i had a friend do some road tuning and it felt better but not as good as my dyno tune) with my 60 ft in the 1.9s. Just under 700ft above sea level.

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    13.1 at 108mph lid,slp y-pipe,borla cat back

    stock cats and manifolds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinergy View Post
    Man that is damn near the same as mine did. Best 12.87 @ 110.XX mph with headers, exhaust, lid before i got a dyno tune(i had a friend do some road tuning and it felt better but not as good as my dyno tune) with my 60 ft in the 1.9s. Just under 700ft above sea level.
    So your dyno tune, after the road tuning, helped even more?

    I was pretty impressed with my car, as I'm sure you were with yours, after that night over 2 years ago, and my gas mileage was/is high 27s low 28s still.

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    damnn guess i will need the ls6 intake to run mid 12's

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    ^^^I think that's my next mod. I want 110 MPH or better, keeping my gas MPG. If that won't do it, I will consider either a dyno tune or 4.10 gears.

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