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06-13-2008, 09:42 PM #1
Hello guys newbie here like i posted earlier proud owner of an ls1, finally after 10yrs, well took the camaro to the strip and was kinda dissapointed wasnt sure what it should run ive only had the car for 3 days, i know it has a cam longtube headers, and nothing but 3" pipe from there back, dont know if it has anything else i thought it would since it has a cam, but dont know well here are the numbers,
r/t .718 r/t .559 r/t .076
60 2.276 60 2.239 60 2.229
1/8 8.814/87.87 mph 1/8 8.803/87.71 1/8 8.822/87.26
1/4 13.183/ 114.53 mph 1/4 13.183/114.27 1/4 13.215/114.11
ther were more those are only a few but what is weird is that i ran slower on my better reaction times wtf? how is that oh this is also my first time racing on a track, figured with cam and lts it would be atleast in the 12s oh its an a4 dont know what gears, what do u guys think, sorry fot the long post oh by the way this was in houston
06-13-2008, 09:51 PM #2
sorry didnt come out the way i wanted here goes 2 of them, guys arent the mph high for the et.
1/8 8.809/ 87.34mph
1/4 13.198/ 114.29
1/8 8.822/ 87.26
1/4 13.215/ 114.11
06-14-2008, 07:13 PM #3
06-14-2008, 09:34 PM #4
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Your reaction time has NOTHING to do with the final ET.
Unless you are bracket racing.
That said....the trap speed of 114MPH is nice. Tells you there is plenty more in the car.
Just needs to hook up.
I assume you are running on 'warmed up' street tires??
My best short time (60 foot) on a street tire was a 2.1xx. Damn M6 takes a LOT of getting used to.
It appears a set of drag radials would do you a BUNCH of good!!!!
Are you going through the water/burnout box?? If so, stop. Street tires don't like heat. DR's and slicks do, but a normal street tire doesn't.
Actually, a warmed up street tire will be slicker if you warm it up. Just chirp them outside of the burnout box and figure out how well they hold with a little clutch slip.
EDIT:Son of a bitch....I missed that is an A4.
Sounds like it needs a stall!!!
06-15-2008, 06:01 AM #5
looks like you were spinning. get your 60ft to the 1.8 range and you'll be in the 12s easy. again, reaction time has nothing to do with your ET.
06-15-2008, 11:20 AM #6
thanks guys, yea they are street tires and i did go thru the water and spun like everybody else, guess u can tell im new to this, and what kinda stall should i use, do brands matter, ive read of people having them, what is it? what does it do? sorry dont know much yet. any/all help appreciated, and thanks again.
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