Only got it once on a desperate attempt with a wicked red light, but I got the sucker darn it:
13.996 @ 97.68
The temp was 74F with 40% humidity and 30.15 barametric pressure. It was sunny and the track was sticky. Still not ideal conditions, but better than the 91F last time.
I was there with a local Autometer co-worker who has been with the company for a total of 17 years...so he was skilled in his '74 Cuda with a 360.
But we still did some bracket racing and I had one of the best launches EVER:
I broke out by .002!!!
The Cuda driver said I was the best competition he'* had in a long time, which is always a good thing to hear.
I'm finally learning how to launch this car and you can see I've really improved with that .013 R/T. I also had a .031 and .040 today. I'm learning to stay consistant with my 60 foots by keep them in the low to mid 2.1'*.
It was a good day, but I still have a chip on my shoulder. I want to never see the 14'* again...I want to stay consistant in the high 13'*. So that is the next goal I have set for myself and I'll do it by going with either headers or ported manifolds next year (whichever funds dictate when the time comes).