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Old 10-25-2006, 11:39 PM
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I dont know, I might end up with a GTech eventually as I can do 0-60s, 1/47mi and get some rough hp/tq #s from it. I cant afford one now, Im up in the air between suspension lowering or getting EFILive FlashScan V2!
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Old 10-25-2006, 11:50 PM
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We don't want the SS guys laughing at our 7.4 - 0-60's and 15.8 - 1/4"s

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Hey Blazernut, which gears does your TB have? My seat dyno tells me my Envoy is as quick or quicker than the 24v Taurus, but don't think its under 8 sec 0-60. Although with 3.42 gears, I practically do 0-60 with just 1st gear!
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Old 10-26-2006, 05:01 AM
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I dont know,[B] I might end up with a GTech [/B]eventually as I can do 0-60s, 1/47mi and get some rough hp/tq #s from it. I cant afford one now, Im up in the air between suspension lowering or getting EFILive FlashScan V2!
I have an old one i can sell you for $35 to your door...
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true, but I cold get close to my 16 second I would bet. I am tuned for it.
Our DA costs about .3
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Our DA costs about .3

.3 mid summer?
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Old 10-26-2006, 06:32 AM
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Yep. Use a DA website and punch in 95 degrees and 95 percent humidity at 50ft above sea level. The DA makes it seem like 3500ft altitude. It's like this from March till mid Oct...
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Yep. Use a DA website and punch in 95 degrees and 95 percent humidity at 50ft above sea level. The DA makes it seem like 3500ft altitude. It's like this from March till mid Oct...

yep...been there a few times. Just never raced there. Did race in Orlando once, but it was early Jan, at night, and it wasn't bad at all.
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Old 10-26-2006, 01:32 PM
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We don't want the SS guys laughing at our 7.4 - 0-60's and 15.8 - 1/4"s

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Thats really not all that bad considering mid70's to early 80's Vettes, Camaro's, firebirds et all.. ran in that range.
F bodys up unitll the late 90's ran 15's and auto 5.0 Mustangs ran low 15's.
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Old 10-26-2006, 04:06 PM
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F bodys up unitll the late 90's ran 15's and auto 5.0 Mustangs ran low 15's.
I wouldn't call 93 late 90's. The 93-97 f-bodies ran low 14's stock. My 94 Z with exhaust and headers ran 13.7 my first time ever at a track. (I had the 6 speed too so my 60 foot time was not so hot)

Still, if these things can run high 15's at their weight stock thats pretty impressive.
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Old 10-26-2006, 11:30 PM
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I wouldn't call 93 late 90's. The 93-97 f-bodies ran low 14's stock. My 94 Z with exhaust and headers ran 13.7 my first time ever at a track. (I had the 6 speed too so my 60 foot time was not so hot)

Still, if these things can run high 15's at their weight stock thats pretty impressive.
My bad, forgot about the Lt1's
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