And bpu is like 1500 bux right?
And a 200 shot of juice right? Doesn't stock GT's run 15's?My94Pony said:why would we not believe they wont? Ive heard that a stock TT can go 12.9 with absolutely no mods at all. So im pretty sure a BPU supra will go 12's..
Hmm...i guess we have BPU for Mustangs too, the basic performance upgrades to get new stangs in the 12's would be.. Exhaust, CAI, Gears, Headers..maybe some home porting..and your going 12's.. so we too have Mustang BPU's going 12's.
My94Pony said:92 Mustang GT
70mm Throttle Body
2 1/2" Dynomax exhaust
12.18 @ 111 on Radial Tires
The F-Body/Mustang is going to be cheaper to modify than a Supra. The Supra is a $40k car, the Mustang is a $20k car. Check prices on modifying Vipers and Corvettes (except for NOS). I don't think I need to state why this is, because we are all fairly smart here and should be able to figure it out.
92 Mustang GT (same car as above with new mods)
Vortech S-trim S/C making 9psi boost
83m7m Mass Air
11.04 @ 126 on McCreary DR's
First setup is 1,624 dollars (ordering all those parts from Excessive Motorsports)
Second Setup is 5,034 considering its 3K for the S/C.
So it really isnt that hard to get into the 13's considering you can go 12's in an older mustang (a little lighter with less hp) for under 1,700 dollars.
quikturbo said:how about a bpu supra hittin the 11's!!
this past weekend, I hit and 11.9 @ 121 2.0 60ft and my buddy hit an 11.7 @120mph 1.75 60ft in my car!
rmm dp = $300
rm exhaust= $ 600
hks ez = $300
total $1450 plus the drag radials $300