first time race 98 t/a vs. 03 rustang gt
This is a discussion on first time race 98 t/a vs. 03 rustang gt within the Kill Stories forums, part of the Racing Forums category; Originally Posted by TRMach1 Yeah, them Cobras, they're the ONLY Mustangs that have any power at all. See even mustang ...
10-13-2009, 06:33 PM #41
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10-14-2009, 08:48 AM #43
BTW, BlkCloud's 99 Cobra that had no nitrous and not supercharger/turbo was running mid 11's back in the day too.
Ball is in your court now kid.
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10-14-2009, 03:44 PM #46
Oh and don;t play the "If an LS1 had blah blah". You sound like a keyboard ricer. What if my sister had a d!ck, would she be my brother?
Also Bob's car had 320 rwhp very similar in rwhp to many 01+ LS1's and was a "Factory Stock" NA motor with just bolt ons a built drivetrain and a damn good driver. So no, you did not kick it out of the court, you didn't know how to dribble. Nice job in owning yourself
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For instance Toyota's 1UZ-FE V8 is a very well built motor with DOHC design, and it makes 256hp stock. The GM LS7 and LS9 engines make 505hp and 638hp stock, respectively, on a single cam.
It's quite clear you have no idea what you are talking about and you're doing a very poor job trying to glorify the LS1.
10-14-2009, 09:21 PM #50
Great another example of todays youth. One day these fools will grow up to be "responsible" adults. To damn lazy and/or stupid.
To better educate you... in the end it basically comes down to cubic inches. The lsxs are great motors but no engineering breakthrough. The modulars can get the job done but I'd love to have another pushrod with the options for going bigger.99 35th GT: 5.0 stroker, twin 60 turbos, aeromotive return style fuel system, full suspension.
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10-15-2009, 09:56 AM #55
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I like reading these but donít normally post but if I donít I will get a message very soon that says I should. My feelings, who has a car thatís stock and if you do you are missing all the fun! If you havenít been beaten, you are not looking hard enough! I like Mustangs I donít have anything against any other persons car; I donít have to put their car down to make me feel better about mine. My last DD was a mach 1 312/329, go to the track 5 or 6 times a year, run 8.1-8.3 most of the time in the 1/8th had a lot of fun lost some, won some but I guess I need to find some of these cars on both the ford and chevy forums because I havenít really seen that many at the track. Racing is alive and well!!!2012 Shelby GT500 DD
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10-15-2009, 11:46 AM #56
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The Mach 1 has gearing and midrange torque in it's favor, which usually means the LS1 is playing catch up at the top of the quarter mile.
The mistake most Mach 1 drivers make is that they run the car out of it's power band up top by winding third gear out to about 6.8k rpms, when power started dropping off back around 6,200 rpms.
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As for the Mach I...it has a good gearing advantage in 1st, some in 2nd, and slight advantage in 3rd and 4th (very slight). However, compared to the LS1, it does not have a mid-range advantage. The Mach 1 engine certainly makes better mid-range power than the earlier N/A 4.6 DOHC motors, but cannot compare to the LS1 at what are typically considered "mid-range" rpm.
Overall, I agree with Big Hammer on the Mach vs LS1....close enough in the 1/4 mile to be a driver's race, but if all goes equal, the LS1 should edge it out.
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well sorry if i was wrong , but i just dont like mustang haha
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