|05-31-2009 12:56 AM|
|ffwturbo||^^^ Agreed, on street tires if you go thru the water box a little burn out after and out of the water box will help a little with traction. Dont go John force on your street tires. Just release your E brake when you feel the car pulling. Thats all you need.|
|05-28-2009 01:02 AM|
|focusmaniaczx3||ive found that a breif hazing does wonders for hooking on street tires at the track depending on what compound tire it is...|
|05-27-2009 10:29 PM|
|djo90||I have different tires and no TC|
|05-27-2009 02:45 PM|
|Buickboy||the bog couldve been from traction control, ive read plenty of times it sucks and you cant get rid of it without pulling a fuse or a tune|
|05-20-2009 11:16 PM|
Elevation, temp, track surface, tire compound... all of these make a huge difference in a drag race. You haven't mentioned them.
I assume stock tires and a crap track. If so then you will run slow, just physics.
|05-20-2009 10:54 PM|
|djo90||The puddle of water didn't make sense for street legals|
|05-20-2009 12:36 PM|
Thanks for the info though!
|05-20-2009 11:06 AM|
|05-20-2009 10:52 AM|
|focusmaniaczx3||elevation will play a factor. a trick i used to do was drive up to the mountains to pick up people and things. reset my ecu while im up there and let it re-learn all its mapping points and get used to the higher altitude. afterwards i would directly drive back down after it finished a drive cycle and go to the track. always seemed to make it go faster when i would directly take it back to low altitudes after coming from the mountains.|
|05-19-2009 10:25 PM|
|djo90||My friend jesse has a NA built celica GTS TRD. He ran 15.4 at that track and down in Arizona with more elevation, he ran 14.9. I think it's just our track|
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