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Very happy trip to the strip!

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    Very happy trip to the strip!

    I ended up running a:

    NA: 13.351@107.48mph
    N2O: 12.324@117.88mph

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    very nice car, what shot 100? 150? i was thinkin about a 100 shot for my car

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    lookin for a ws6

    What mods?

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    Thanks.

    2002 A4 Z28: SLP LM exhaust and Harris Speed Works 100whp dry shot.

    HSW dyno tuned it. (Thanks again Matt)

    NA:323.4WHP@5360 RPMs, 344.2ft-lbs@4610 RPMs,
    N2O:417.0WHP@5200 RPMs, 467.6ft-lbs@4210

    I still have the stock intake and tires on. The car was a blast to drive.
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    Nice times,Are you using a Window switch or just spraying through shifts,Actually ordering a HSW wet kit tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J'stransam View Post
    Nice times,Are you using a Window switch or just spraying through shifts,Actually ordering a HSW wet kit tomorrow.
    You want a window switch definately, colder plugs and a nitrous controller, and a remote bottle opener!

    FWIW: Wet kit will give you more safety, just remember your gonna have to upgrade your injectors and fuel pump if you go much over 125 WHP.

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    Great job! Well into the 12's!

    I still need to get a few baseline runs with my current mods before I slap in a cam and a 100 shot! I'm hoping that high 11's are possible on the juice!

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    Thanks.
    The biggest surprise... I think was that my stock 245 wide tire got some traction.

    Im not sure if 2.0 sec 60' can be any better with them?

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    Just ordered my HSW wet today,with a window,heater,Fuel Press safety,filter, Just wondering if u used a window cause u gained a full second and 10mph on a 100shot. Now you need to get u a Stall and Drags and you will be in the 11s(just ordered a Yank 3600ss myself).

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    Quote Originally Posted by J'stransam View Post
    Just ordered my HSW wet today,with a window,heater,Fuel Press safety,filter, Just wondering if u used a window cause u gained a full second and 10mph on a 100shot. Now you need to get u a Stall and Drags and you will be in the 11s(just ordered a Yank 3600ss myself).
    Well, dont forget HSW kit was rated "at the wheels" HP. Some N20 kits are only rated at the crank...

    So thats probably the main reason...

    I was told that the drag strip I raced at (Atco NJ) has an "11 second" rule. It basically requires any car that runs 11s or faster to have a roll/protection cage.

    I definitely want a higher stall converter too...
    But for now... I need to settle for 12.3 till I file my tax return.

    Good luck with your ride. Sounds like maybe you'll be needing a roll cage soon!

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