There are different trims... I have a 60 trim for example.. there's also a 57 which is the default with most "kits." If he's tuned, 11psi is good for @300 wheel on a 60 trim.. I'd say def @280-290 for 57 trim. Both assuming tuned.heartbreakkid said:stock motor with turbonetic t3t4 turbo i guess... he says he gonna put only 11 psi on his turbo to race me..
well.. i think supra gonna lose anyway..
Huh??? If he's putting out anywhere near 300, it'll be enough to take you (his advantage will definitely be from a roll). Keep in mind your car weighs @700lbs more (conservatively)..heartbreakkid said:thats mean??
Find out if he's tuned though.. It makes all the difference in the world. If he just bought a kit and threw it on, and even did some rough tuning with an safc or something then he could very well only be making like 220-230whp and run pig rich... If he has a hondata/uberdata (soldered on custom tune chip) or standalone and dyno tuning, that's when you have to watch out.heartbreakkid said:yeah.. i know that so i dont wanna go now.. maybe after i install all my stuff. lol... thanks dude flyingmysup
Yea that's why I mentioned highway being the tegs strong point.. traction is definitely not a turbo Hondas friend..Chucky Doll said:Just run your friend. If you know how to drive then it will be close. 300whp teg running low to mid 13's on the street... don't think so. Of course this is my opinion seeing that the hondas/tegs around the way don't hook worth a damn on the street. Launching a stock supra is cake for me.