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What is my problem !!!!!!

This is a discussion on What is my problem !!!!!! within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Yeah and I can't imagine Colorado having great DAs. Mr. Luos (11.975 at 117.59----5800 feet up) could help you with ...

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    Yeah and I can't imagine Colorado having great DAs. Mr. Luos (11.975 at 117.59----5800 feet up) could help you with that. If he were to run at 1000 feet with the power his baby makes he would hit mid 11s easy.

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    Yeah the altitude SUCKS ! We are at 5800ft so it sucks for sure, but the guy who tuned my computer dose street tunes, meaning he comes to you, so we just did some runs on the street for a few hours, but I just PMed him and I going to prolly end up going to his shop which is a pretty long way away form my house but he is going to try and work it out there. The guy who tuned my computer his name is Clint/Huggerorangess on this site.

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    Even at 5800ft that thing should run better than that. It's not just his 60', it's all bad. My car is BONE STOCK, and it will pull 13.40 with a 2 flat 60', and that's on firestone street tires......

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    the x.xx of the gears are the ratio of teeth to notches or something very similar.
    divide the tooth count of ring gear to the tooth count of pinion gear.

    or more easily , it takes 4.10 full rotations of the pinion gear to turn the ring gear one full rotation ( 4.10 gears )


    But yeah , somethings up , I ran my 00' WS6 before I ever opened the hood for a starting point comparison and ran 13.5 on a hot day in NH

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    yep that DA is killing you man. But def. work on your 60 fts. that will bring your time down quite a bit, and throw some ETs on there. on street tires I run a 8.55 in the 1/8 at 89.0 MPH with a 2.258 60ft. I put my ETs on I hit a 7.99 at 89.9 MPH with a 1.854 60ft. .4 better 60ft gave me a .56 better 1/8, and it would add up when you get in the 1/4 to about .7 roughly.

    Traction is the KEY!!!

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    im sorry but you should be running in the 13's stock.. something serious is wrong there.

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    Altitude ppl who dont live in a high climate dont understand how little air there is if I was at sea level knock a sec off of my time and thats what I would run so 14.1 5800ft, sea level 13.1, I saw a firehawk run and he was hittin 15 flat, a WS6 with exhaust or maybe more hittin 14.7s, there is less air up here and if you havent experenced it you wouldnt understand, the avrage quick street car here is between 13s and 16s, trust me...

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    understandable but with those kinda mods, you should still be in 13's.

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    Thats why I started this thred lol, I should be hittin 13.6s for sure, its been pretty frustrating trying to figure it out ? Its like I have no top end at all so im praying I find a solution soon !

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    lose 100 lbs....im pretty sure thats .10 secs

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    My car is 3325lbs so its pretty light lol

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