damn man...thats a great 60' time to pull off spinning and going sideways. I wish we could pull off those kind of 60' times spinning. Nice numbers. Sucks that you screwed the tranny though. I guess those supra trannys arent bullet proof afterwards
Just curious...how do you launch your car and what tires do you run?BrianTT said:I recently bought an airzona clutch from dusty at mvp motorsports. I put about 500miles on it and took it to cecil county dragway and busted out (R/T=.501,60'=1.799,330=4.933,1/[email protected],
The launch was incredibale it came out spining sideways though the 60'. My last time at the track I had a best of [email protected], that was on an RPS stage 3 that siezed up at the end of the night . Last nights second try I blew out the trany and twisted the rear drive shaft. The good news the clutch is still good and I beat my best time.
My Mods are as follows:
Steel Down Pipe
HKS Foam Filter
HKS EVC EZ
HKS Type S FMIC
HKS Cam Gears -3,+1
Greddy Type S Blowoff Valve/mtd on IC Pipe
NGK 3330 gapped.03
Toyta Flywheel,Arizona disk,RPS stage 3 pressure plate
APEXI Super AFC 0'd out, havent dynoded it yet
I realy wanted to go out crusin this weekend but looks like I'll Be back up under the car again pulling the tanny. My poor car just got off jackstand last wendsday. Oh well speed comes at a price but this is getting expensive even at BPU.eace:
Silver Bullet said:He runs...et streets.......26 x 11.5 and launches off rev limiter, slip,then full dump. And runs actual bpu no nos numbers But maybe if temp drops few more degrees.he will gain a good 4-5 mph and drop .4 tenths or so to match your numbers.....ya think? haha.......Once again congrats Brian.
So when you say off of the rev limiter does he just have it floored and the rev limiter is constantly being hit?Silver Bullet said:He runs...et streets.......26 x 11.5 and launches off rev limiter, slip,then full dump. And runs actual bpu no nos numbers But maybe if temp drops few more degrees.he will gain a good 4-5 mph and drop .4 tenths or so to match your numbers.....ya think? haha.......Once again congrats Brian.
Yeah, I wish that I ran that time in 70 degree weather but since I ran it in 56 degree weather I just don't have that much more room to work with. I really don't think that I could do any better the way the car sits now. I am thinking about getting a 2-step so I could build boost off of the line and that is about the only other thing that might make me run a little faster.My94Pony said:colder air is better for any engine and especially forced induction engines. The cooler the air, the more fuel it will suck and the more power it will make. If you run 11.30s in 70 degree weather, in 40 degree weather you could break 10's without making any changes.. A buddy of mine with a supercharged mustang with a 408 went 11.0 in like somewhere between 70-80 degree weather and showed me a time slip where he ran in 45 degree weather and went 10.70 without making any changes to the car.