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Old 07-04-2003, 07:51 PM   #1
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I JUST DOWNLOADED A RUN THAT I HAD STORED ON MY G TECH PRO COMP.
THIS IS MY BEST RUN SO FAR
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Old 07-04-2003, 08:24 PM   #2
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Not bad... Were you running your water/alcohol injection then? 5.651 is a VERY respectable time for a 4 door family sedan in the 0-60! and under 15 in the 1/4 ain't bad either...
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oooh sweet thing, i wanna get one, always wondered how my car would do. looks like theres a quit a bit of different things you can do with it too.
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yes i was using my water/alcohol injection at the time.
i might have to get a set of drag radials or slicks, i spin off the line everytime , even with the TC on.
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What did you get for HP and Torque?
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they were a little low that pass, it showed 236 hp and 326 lb/ft of torque. i think it was due to wheel spin off the line and the TC hitting
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What kinda tires you thinking of? A special set just for drag? Do you use your car as a daily driver as well?
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i have a set of 15" wheels to put them on, i was thinking about 235/60r15 bfg drag radials or might get aggressive and go with MT drag slicks for FWD cars 22x8x15
and yes , i drive my car every day. i found out the hard way about this , never make a run with the air on, when im in the staging lanes, i have the air on so that the cooling fans are on, well last week, i forgot to turn it off when i staged, needless to say, my a/c clutch came apart monday. i removed the clutch and left the pully there because you cant get a belt to work without using the a/c pulley. what it did was break the rubber bond holing it to the outer clutch cover, then melted the rubber too.and for $500 , i can due without a/c and maybe get something cooler for my car, like a zex system
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Ah, you don't run the heat to help get heat out of the engine compartment? Well you think you're gonna go nitrous? Man allmachtige has that, but he says he'* stopped using it on the street, and its only for the strip now i believe. He says he doesn't wanna rebuild it as soon as he would. But you would definetly get some nice ET'* with that... I've heard that you have to be very careful with a supercharger and maybe do direct injection? You don't want nitrous going thru that baby, eating away at it, pooling up, possible creating explosions...
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well with nitrous, what causes the explosions is fuel puddling in the intake. i woudluse a dry system and i already have 24# injectors plus i would richen up the air/fuel mixture using my mini afc 2.0. i was really thinking hard about going with the NOS noszle system, but its 1200 bux. also the the Sc motors have forged internal parts too unlike the NA motors
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