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Old 07-17-2002, 11:43 AM   #1
desiwrx02
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Default What should my 1/4 times be roughly

With a uppipe/downpipe, lightened crank pulley, and MBC?
What should my sixty be.
I need to set some goals before i go to the track
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Old 07-17-2002, 02:23 PM   #2
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Default Re: What should my 1/4 times be roughly

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With a uppipe/downpipe, lightened crank pulley, and MBC?
What should my sixty be.
I need to set some goals before i go to the track
Thanks
Ajay
With a proper launch - no bogging- 5k and floor it - you can pull 1.8-1.9 60' times. Practice you starts first. If you bogg of hesitate off the line it will cost you a good time in the 1/4 mile. Getting a good start 60' time is the difference between good times and not so good times.

With good weather/track conditions you should run somewhere in the high 13s. You could run faster than that but high 13s would be a good place about right for your mods.

Like I said. If you can't launch your car very well you may run mid to high 14s or so. It going to depend on your skill as a driver. I watched a guy with exhaust mods and a mbc run 14.6,14.7s at the track back a few months ago. Someone else with more talent behind the wheel could have run 13.7 with his setup.
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