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I ran a 13.5 @ 111.2mph in the quarter on the street with my automatic and street tires. I have a downpipe and power extreme exhaust, but no boost controller yet so it is still at stock boost. Does this sound about right? I used a g-tech to get the numbers. Also it was a 5.65sec 0-60 time. I did not have the track fuse pulled but I turned track off and shifted in manual mode with overdirve off. Is this the best way to run it on a stock automatic?

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I'm not sure, I don't have a boost guage yet. I am waiting on my boost controller to come in which has a boost guage built in it. I heard about 1-2 lbs more than before so around 12-13 lbs?
 

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well i have just a RMM DP hooked up to a stock catback and i hit about .9-1.0 kg/cm(about 13-14lbs) in 3rd. i have a 6 speed btw, i will be going to englishtown to test it out this week probably.
 

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What is the most boost I should put on the stock turbos safely and how much on 93 octane?

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I don't know what my 60' is, I used the G-tech unit which measures g-forces to calculate the speed and time. All it will give you is 0-60, qtr mile time and speed. The best I could run before the downpipe and exhaust was 14 sec at 105.8

I am doing my blitz sbc-id boost controller so I can crank the boost up to 18 lbs. and see how it does then.

Is 18psi safe on stock turbos and 93 octane????

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that sound good to me, it all depends on your track, my car stock went 13.7 @ 104

IF you want to make some fast passes unhook your actuators! then it will make like 25 psi. I did this with my down pipe and cat back went a best et of 12.6 @ 113 and bet MPH of 13.4 @118

P.S. this can cause turbo problems, but I think you should be ok for a few passes:D mine have been unhooked for 22K miles now.
 
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swamibob said:
and shifted in manual mode with overdirve off.
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Stay out of manu mode. Its not great for your tranny and is actually slower. The car shifts faster on its own then you can in manu b/c there is that little delay after you push the "shifter" up into the next gear where the car has to think. Try it with manu off, I bet your times go down slightly. Also try break-boosting up to a few psi before you launch if your not already.
 

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Do you still shift it yourself without it being in manual mode or just let it shit on it's own? Mine shifts out at about 6200 in Drive.
 
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Just stick it in drive and let the car do the rest. I've heard a few guys say this takes a couple of tenths off and is lighter on the tranny.
 

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Re: Re: 13.5 @ 111.2 on the street with auto. Sound about right?

I always get better times the 2 times I have been racing by shifting it manually. Even when playing with my Gtech(which i made like 40 runs to 60 with) I always got much faster times with the manu mode enabled and shifting manually. Of course you can screw up and hit revlimiter as well...


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Stay out of manu mode. Its not great for your tranny and is actually slower. The car shifts faster on its own then you can in manu b/c there is that little delay after you push the "shifter" up into the next gear where the car has to think. Try it with manu off, I bet your times go down slightly. Also try break-boosting up to a few psi before you launch if your not already.
 
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