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Old 05-12-2003, 01:09 AM   #1
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I know what the book says I should be turning in 0-60, but I want to know from you guys who have a Series 2 N/A, what times do you pull in 0-60? i am hoping for stopwatch times
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5.1/5.0/4.9
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I wish I had a G-Tech to tell you, but I haven't a clue what my S2 N/A can do.
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I wish I had a G-Tech to tell you, but I haven't a clue what my S2 N/A can do.
Just use a stop watch, start it when you hit the gas and stop it when you get to 60, it'* that simple
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Old 05-12-2003, 08:17 PM   #6
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5.1/5.0/4.9
dang, I thought turtle could at least read and understand english... damn canadians... now, turtle, here is your quick english lesson...
N/A = Normally Asperated
*/C = Supercharged
T/C = Turbocharged (what you call an "engine" with one of those big kinda round "thingys" on the "exaust" and "intake" "thingys" on the "engine", that means YOUR CAR!!!)

basically: YOU DON'T COUNT!!!!
now the solution... trade cars with me and time a 0-60 run with your "new" car then your will count
so, when is a good time for me to come over and get my "new" car???

all of the words you might need to look up are in "quotes", just to help you out
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I'm guessing I am around upper 7s.
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Old 05-12-2003, 09:37 PM   #8
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Is that with the bus full of girls wearing bunny ears, Sol?, or without, cuz 7 seconds...wow...LOL

Dream bus...
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Am I way off?
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I forgot, How fast does the bus go??? Is this a match for Turtle... Or will you just ask him to spot you so when he catches up to you you just hit the brakes and crunch.... You win..
yup, its a match for Turtle, it may only have a 2300 RPM redline and it may be only 1492 HP but you got to remember it has like 5429 ft/lbs of torque at only 1125 RPM and a 18 speed (need to update my sig) close-ratio tranny
with that many gears and that much torque i would bet i could smoke my tires longer that turtle could, and remember i got 4 tires on my drive axle where turtle only has 2 (i.e. more traction for me )

first time i ran it at the track it cost me like $350 (4 new drive tires) and i ran a 24.05 sec 1/4, the ppl at the strip were not too happy... i left 4 strips of rubber down the whole length of the track, all i'm gonna tell you is that without all the smoke the time is less than half that

basically it kicks *** and goes looking for more, only problem is that with full boost i will burn like .5 gallons of fuel in the 1/4 mile without laying quad-strips of rubber
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