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04-23-2006 11:04 AM
2.0TooSlow LOL

Reaction time has NOTHING to do with your E/T. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!
04-23-2006 09:50 AM
SVTme
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Originally posted by richiejerzee4lfe
i didnt think about that. i had it on the dyno before i put on my borla and i was making 156 at the wheels with 135 tq.
hmmmmmm, you should be trapping about 89-91mph then.
04-23-2006 02:38 AM
richiejerzee4lfe i didnt think about that. i had it on the dyno before i put on my borla and i was making 156 at the wheels with 135 tq.
04-22-2006 10:01 PM
SVTme Oh and your reaction time has nothing to do with your et. If you drop your r/t you won't drop your et, nothing to do with each other.
04-22-2006 10:00 PM
SVTme Your trap speed is way low. You're not making enough power. Throw that baby on the dyno and see what the problemo is senor.
04-22-2006 09:12 PM
richiejerzee4lfe
at the track

well today was my first time at the track. i went to rmr in utah and did ok. i know what i did wrong so with a little more time and practice i'll be hitting 15's. now, i talked to everyone at the track and they said because we are so high above sealevel, 4500 ish ft, that when i go down to vegas i should be hitting my target of high to mid 14's.

r/t .859 (messed up big time here)
60' 2.456 (needs work too)
330 6.96
1/8 10.65
mph 66.87
1000 13.85
1/4 16.5
mph 83.51

it's all in the r/t and 60'. i figure if i can get a .4 r/t and 2.2, 2.3 60', then i will be doing 15.9's maybe 15.8's. like i said it's all practice so we'll see what happens.

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