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  1. blckgagt
    11-29-2011 11:22 AM
    blckgagt
    It gets expensive....i know . I got a few small upgrades coming up and i got some other ideas floating around in my head. I'd like to reach 430whp next year without any extensive upgrades and leaving it running at 21psi.
  2. SPAZ
    11-25-2011 07:38 AM
    SPAZ
    That sounds real good. I just really haven't had the money and time to devote to my car. The mph is the tell all sign of how fast your car has the potential of running. I have some pretty good parts sitting in my garage for quite some time now. I guess when my kid graduates I will take my car back. Most people don't realize I ran that time with a supercharger, small nitrous shot, cold air intake, PCM, and cat back exhaust. I ran on street tires with a stock engine. Your car should be really fast good luck!
  3. blckgagt
    11-23-2011 09:20 AM
    blckgagt
    The best it ran thus far is a 13.01 without third and fourth gear and street tires. Um I believe the 60' time was about 2.05. Issue was a faulty shift solenoid which has been repaired since. Also this run was only at 17psi vs the 21psi dyno numbers in my sig. The car now has a larger a larger intake since the previous one was maxed out and an exhaust cutout. I'm pretty confident with a good set of tires, maybe slicks and at 21psi it can run very low 12s...possibly break into the 11s. I probably wont run it at the track until spring. The timeslip was posted earlier...the thread title is "MMS raises the bar....."
  4. SPAZ
    11-23-2011 03:45 AM
    SPAZ
    Hey man question, what does this run? I'm curious to see if all that torque is wasted because it's a fwd or if you have self control and the car makes up for it on the top end? What's your trap speed? and 60' time. I would love to see a time slip.

    Thanks SPAZ !

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