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best way to get low 11's from a DD

This is a discussion on best way to get low 11's from a DD within the Drag Racing forums, part of the Racing Forums category; whats your ideal way to run low 11's in your dd heads/cam? n20? FI? the car is gonna be driven ...

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    best way to get low 11's from a DD

    whats your ideal way to run low 11's in your dd
    heads/cam?
    n20?
    FI?

    the car is gonna be driven every day, rain or shine. and cant be to harsh in traffic. long trips and all

    i dont wanna start buying parts then them not working for me later down the road.

    i want to keep the shift points around 6500rpm, i DO NOT want to do work on the bottom end, but im 19 and i dont know witch path would be best for me.

    the trans is being rebuilt and beefed up, and the ls7 clutch is going in.

    please help.

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    11's are easily obtained from a naturally aspirated motor and slightly modified chassis/suspension.....been done many times man.....you need around 500-600 RWTQ and get it to the ground....nitrous will save you some money and maintain a daily driver friendliness to the equation...

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    how big of a shot would i need?

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    I'm there with a 100 shot and a heads/cam setup....

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    You could do it with some bolt-ons and a 75 shot.

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    Yup....aint that big of a deal....H/C/Headers.....good air flow.....dyno tune.....lil shot of giggle juice and your there...

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    a turbo or supercharger will make it very drivable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge
    Yup....aint that big of a deal....H/C/Headers.....good air flow.....dyno tune.....lil shot of giggle juice and your there...
    Don't even need heads or cam to break an 11...just a full exhaust, tires, small shot of nitrous and maybe a couple of other things...you're there.

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    I don't know about that ....low 11's consistantly...stock heads and cam....75 shot.....I dunno kiddo.....low 11's is hauling some major ass on stock heads and cam....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge
    11's are easily obtained from a naturally aspirated motor and slightly modified chassis/suspension.....been done many times man.....you need around 500-600 RWTQ and get it to the ground....nitrous will save you some money and maintain a daily driver friendliness to the equation...
    500-600 rwtq??? he said low 11s, not low 10s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge
    I don't know about that ....low 11's consistantly...stock heads and cam....75 shot.....I dunno kiddo.....low 11's is hauling some major ass on stock heads and cam....
    a gto weighs more than a f-body.
    my car weighed in at 3380, no weight reduction.

    a 150 shot with a 3500 stall and traction will put him in 11.20s-11.40s. ive seen it personally.
    Last edited by nhraformula; 01-01-2006 at 08:32 PM.

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    i'm just about in the low 11s with the black car.
    SLP airlid
    K/N filter
    Bassani tru-duals
    4.10 gears
    Yank PY3400E converter
    200 motor rated n20

    wife's car is low 11s
    lid
    filter
    MAF ends
    heads
    vinci/crane 1.8 accelerated lift rockers
    vinci 062 cam 210/218 .551/.551 112 LSA
    bassani headers
    cats
    tru-duals
    Yank SS3200
    3.73 gears
    150 n2o motor rated

    you pick which way you want to go. of course, you won't need to buy a converter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23
    i'm just about in the low 11s with the black car.
    SLP airlid
    K/N filter
    Bassani tru-duals
    4.10 gears
    Yank PY3400E converter
    200 motor rated n20

    wife's car is low 11s
    lid
    filter
    MAF ends
    heads
    vinci/crane 1.8 accelerated lift rockers
    vinci 062 cam 210/218 .551/.551 112 LSA
    bassani headers
    cats
    tru-duals
    Yank SS3200
    3.73 gears
    150 n2o motor rated

    you pick which way you want to go. of course, you won't need to buy a converter.

    Is your wife running a 12 bolt?

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    both cars have the stock 10 bolt in them. other than gears.

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    throw an idea of the cost at me,
    turbo and things needed to run it------5k
    heads and cam and stuft to run it-----?
    n2o and items to run it----?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23
    both cars have the stock 10 bolt in them. other than gears.
    Thats impressive times on a stock 10 bolt. I figured it would have broke with all those mods. If this is a common occurance then thats great for me becasue Im kinda afraid of braking mine with my new cam and my 3600 stall.

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    autos are more forgiving than mauals. or is it the driver's of each car? poeple with manulas tend to shock the rears harder due to dumping the clutch. there are people that run 10s on stock 10 bolts. on jan 21st, i hope to be added to that list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23
    autos are more forgiving than mauals. or is it the driver's of each car? poeple with manulas tend to shock the rears harder due to dumping the clutch. there are people that run 10s on stock 10 bolts. on jan 21st, i hope to be added to that list.
    What type of tires was you wife running and what do you plan on using?

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    i drive the car on the track. she drives it the rest of the time. nitto 245/50-16 is what i've run so far. for the jan 21st track rental, i'll be using MT ET Streets 26x10.50-16

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