New Track times
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02-06-2006, 07:32 PM #1
New Track times
Hey guys its been a while but im made it back ... got some new numbers for you to look at.
R/T : .952 slow? i know lol its been a few months since i made a run
60FT : 2.068
1/8TH: 8.812 @ 80.52
Quick run down: 1996 LT1 Z28 A4 - SLP Cold air, SLP loudmouth, Throttle body air foil, 1LE Elbow, Underdrive pulleys, TB coolant Bybass, 275/40/17 Sumitomo tires ( not the best in the world but cheap )
What you guys think? about right or way off?
I ran this yesterday in Dothan Al and this run was one of a few against a stock 03 Mustang Mach1 that i beat by .0053 on our best run. Not too bad lol
02-07-2006, 01:57 AM #2
If you're running with a Mach one, then you're doing fine, assuming the Mach was driven well. The weather can have a big effect on the times, so hard to say there.
02-07-2006, 07:58 AM #3
weather was id say mid 60's clear skies not a bad day i wouldnt think.
02-07-2006, 04:53 PM #4baconmachGuest
not bad ....thats about....13.5-.6
03-15-2006, 11:41 PM #5
- Join Date
- May 2001
- Birmingham, AL
sounds about right on...although I NEVER got a sub 2.1 60' in the 94 I had...even after heads/cam. I must be a sucky driver
03-18-2006, 02:37 PM #6
i usually run around a 2.0XX i think only once did i dip below 2.0 and even then it was a 1.9XX. im not sure how lol other than i dont spin very much off the line. maybe the tires i have are better than i thought but i wouldnt think they would be very great at $400 for the set mounted and balanced.
the tires that are on there now are Sumitomo HTR+ 275/40/zr17. like i said cheap but apparently effective. im wanting to run nitto555's anyone have any luck with those? if not what would be a really good street strip tire? im gonna be on the market soon lol. anyways. thanks for the replies. later1996 Camaro Z28 A4 260 WRHP / 285 WRTQ
8.65 @ 83 1/8th Mile <--- best run so far
Power adders : SLP Loudmouth Catback, SLP C.A.I., TB Bypass, TB Airfoil, 1LE Elbow. Soon Hypertech!!
Non-Power adders: Strut Brace, RK Sport Fan Switch
03-18-2006, 04:34 PM #7
Yeah I Would Also Say 13.5 Dependin On The Traction Issues If There Are Any
04-02-2006, 07:32 PM #8Originally Posted by Camaro9teen96
A well driven mach can be a hand full. I have a friend who has one and he runs 13.3@104 bone stock. Well driven of course.
04-02-2006, 07:33 PM #9Originally Posted by MIDNITELT1Z
a 2.0 60, Not to much of an issue. Sounds like he managed pretty well.
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