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Old 03-21-2009, 01:54 PM
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Base Track E/T

Wanted to get some base track E/T's before I start slappin mods on it so I can see how much everything improves anything. Today I did two runs, well I didn't drive it cause I was busy so I had my friend drive for me. Here are the times, both are NONE BOOSTED.

Run 1:
60FT----2.8977
330FT---7.9609
1/8E/T--12.0717
1/8MPH--59.85
1/4ET----18.6689
1/4MPH--73.51

Run 2:
60FT----2.7390
330FT---7.6768
1/8ET----11.7509
1/8MPH--60.14
1/4ET----18.2818
1/4MPH---74.76

Seems once the motor gets warm it runs much better.
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O ya thay do, make sure to warm them up compleetly so ya don't fry pistons
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Old 03-21-2009, 05:23 PM
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y not boosted? and well the second run looks good... he dropped the 60' a bit so that makes a big difference in the 1/4
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y not boosted? and well the second run looks good... he dropped the 60' a bit so that makes a big difference in the 1/4
could be a stick shift

diesels run better when warm then cold
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Old 03-21-2009, 10:13 PM
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y not boosted? and well the second run looks good... he dropped the 60' a bit so that makes a big difference in the 1/4
Its an Auto Dallas, he's never boosted a auto before, I have 165K on my factory tranny and idk how long its gonna last so I wanted him to take it easy.
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Old 03-21-2009, 10:14 PM
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I wanted him to get a second run b/c it would be completely warm, but each time he had to wait an hour in the staging lanes, and he was antsy to drink beer.
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Old 03-22-2009, 05:45 PM
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O ya thay do, make sure to warm them up compleetly so ya don't fry pistons
the pistons get fried when the engine (egt's) gets too hot
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y not boosted? and well the second run looks good... he dropped the 60' a bit so that makes a big difference in the 1/4
X2

Tenth off in the 60 ft equals 2 tenths at the big end.
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the pistons get fried when the engine (egt's) gets too hot


Quoting for truth.
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Old 03-24-2009, 03:27 PM
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X2

Tenth off in the 60 ft equals 2 tenths at the big end.
He never did a boosted launch in an auto, so I didn't know if he would be consistant, so I know it would be consistant on starts if he just floored it from a dead idle. Guess I was still wrong
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