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    '02 Formula dyno vid and track times.

    Heres my stock Dyno Vid. I think I pulled good numbers, what do you all think?

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=es6ve2HnWfw

    I also took that car to the track and pulled some times i'm happy with.

    run 1
    2.28 60ft
    14.0@103mph

    run 2
    2.24 60ft
    14.0@102

    run 3
    2.25 60ft
    14.0@103

    This is with my bone stock Formula and also on bad tires. Once I get new ones I plan on going back, I really want to break into the 13s. I was launching between 1100rpms-1400rpms.

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    I just noticed the dyno section, where I should of posted this, sorry mods.

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    Those times are kinda slow, are you at sea level?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000T/A Guru View Post
    Those times are kinda slow, are you at sea level?
    Yeah, I am. Like is said I'm happy with the times with bad tires.

    What should I be running at sea level? Also, where should I launch, its an A4?

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    I launched my auto at 2200, i had 2.73 rear gears, i would say with good tires and more practice you could turn 13.6. I have seen stock autos do 13flat but that is very rare. whay dyno number did you make im at work and cant see the vid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000T/A Guru View Post
    I launched my auto at 2200, i had 2.73 rear gears, i would say with good tires and more practice you could turn 13.6. I have seen stock autos do 13flat but that is very rare. whay dyno number did you make im at work and cant see the vid.
    I dyno'd at 295whp and 306tq inside a shop where it was like 105* degrees and after an hour drive on the interstate to get there. I'm not sure if having an N/A engine hot makes as big of a difference as a turbo'd engine or not. Those times were also ran after a long drive on the interstate and no wait at the track.

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    hmmmm

    My old stock lt1 hit a best of 13.7@102

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    Yeah, my trap speed hints I can be alot faster but I honestly think catching traction was the biggest issue.

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    It was with what your 60ft times look like, you can do alot better

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000T/A Guru View Post
    It was with what your 60ft times look like, you can do alot better
    Which comes back to traction at the line. Better tires means I can launch higher then just 1100rpms, which means a better launch.

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    With good tires you could launch at idle and do better then that lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000T/A Guru View Post
    With good tires you could launch at idle and do better then that lol
    LOL, well that gives me some hope......kind of. I ordered new tires today so I will be going back to the track next Wedesday for more runs so hopefully I can report back with better times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HurricaneLS1 View Post
    Heres my stock Dyno Vid. I think I pulled good numbers, what do you all think?

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=es6ve2HnWfw

    I also took that car to the track and pulled some times i'm happy with.

    run 1
    2.28 60ft
    14.0@103mph

    run 2
    2.24 60ft
    14.0@102

    run 3
    2.25 60ft
    14.0@103

    This is with my bone stock Formula and also on bad tires. Once I get new ones I plan on going back, I really want to break into the 13s. I was launching between 1100rpms-1400rpms.
    I think you did good for the first time at the track. I've seen folks run mid 14s stock on street tires the first time etc... with a bit more practice lower the 60' to 2.0 and break into mid 13s... that's a good goal for a stock TA on street tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djvaly View Post
    I think you did good for the first time at the track. I've seen folks run mid 14s stock on street tires the first time etc... with a bit more practice lower the 60' to 2.0 and break into mid 13s... that's a good goal for a stock TA on street tires.
    Thanks man. I'm going back to the track on wed. to try to get those mid 13s.

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