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Old 05-12-2009, 11:35 PM   #11
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Join Date: Feb 2004
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: N Jersey
Now: 16 FXT/04v8 207
Then:JRTuned fastest td04


Originally Posted by STi Mikey View Post
Dave, weather dependent, I will be working on a slip for this thread sometime this week

Even with shift knock, the car will be 120-150lbs lighter and have a lightened pulley compared to my last 12.01 run. THe clutch should be good now as well!! Car launches fine on the street, just hope there are not globs of vht at the line or it may not withstand the launch.
Originally Posted by juanmedina View Post
you should gain .1-.15 tens in your 1/4 mile . My car should be ready next week
Nice to see you two gearing back up! Mikey, let me know when and where and I'll try to come out and get some video.

Originally Posted by the real suby dude View Post
uh oh looks like dave is ditching the tdo4 to the VF family
The td04, the 205.... And after doing the research on my new setup, everything I found pointed to these turbos running seriously similar times regardless of engine setup. The shorter powerband and gearing on the 2.5's and STi's leveled the playing field for the 2.0's that came on later, but held on longer. I just thought it would be interesting to throw them all together and see where they fall.

Originally Posted by CSCSATCWRX View Post
cscsatcwrx/[email protected]/Pittsburgh Raceway Park/06 wrx/vf43/stock motor/Sti RA gears/~3100 lbs/93 oct

I have a crappy video of this run and a slip for a 12.9 run but the slip for this run is barely visible (low ink) and I could not get a decent photo of it.
Added your time based on the video. Need your modlist in the format in post #2 and put up a pic of the 12.7 and 12.9 slips together if you can, even if the 12.7 can barely be seen. Thanks for posting and nice run!
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