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post #1 of 11 Old 08-01-2009, 08:58 AM Thread Starter
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Speed Inc's TVS2300 2010 camaro results

so... bad day to go to the track and try and get a feel for the new setup. The ride was over 2 hrs in traffic and then over 1 hr in tech. We gave the car about a 15 minute cool down and went for it.

car just turned 1000 miles on the trip up to the track
1/2 tank of 93 BP
race weight..I would say 4K

tires were M&H 345/35/18 : http://www.mandhtires.com/store.php?...on=show_detail

2 runs is what I got...Jim got one off and Dan had a clutch pedal on the floor issue.

#1 tried a 3800ish launch with a smooth, but quick clutch release which resulted in a little spin and hop which I quickly pedaled through. I power shifted at approx 6500 ( stock tach ), but it did not seem to like the power shift at times...slight hesitation since I think the flare would hit the limiter. I tried to run out 3rd gear, but just short of the stripe the car nosed over from the limiter.

2.1 60ft
91 1/8
12.38
119.5


#2 was about 1 hr after the above mentioned clutch pedal stuck on the floor for Dan I decided to try it again. The hood stayed shut for the time it was sitting and the clutch still had a horrible smell. I worked the car through staging for about an hr and then finally got the second run. I came out at approx 3200 ( worried about clutch ) with a quick, but smooth clutch release again and had just a touch of spin/hop and stayed in it. The run felt good here...did not power shift 1-2 and shifted about 6200 on all gears + pulled 4th this time.


1.84 60ft
93 1/8
11.87
118.4


We really feel a gear or shorter tire would really help the car work well both on the front and back of the track

so we are very happy with the car considering lack of time last night to get a feel for the car. We will get back out and work the ET some very soon.
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Yeah you could do a whole lot better. Not bad though. Hell the Hennessey with the same charger, drag radials, intake, and exhaust runs an 11.67 @ 121mph. Kepp it up you'll get that suck deep in the 11's

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went 11.80 a couple days later, but the huge rear tire is killing the top end

Hennessey had a short rear tire and that alone with good weather could get us to a .60 or better and better MPH.

edit: sorry he was on a 20" tire which should be close to stock height

it must be nice to have a track a few feet away to test on with a cool car

We will be back out testing soon with the revised combo.

10% overdriven crank pulley
3.6 upper ( was 3.8 )
upgraded HE reservoir
new injectors
MagnaVolt boost-a-pump

*still full stock exhaust

We will be testing on a M/T 315/18 which is 26" tall compared to the 28"+ M&H from last time out too.

should be a big improvement

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Yes cool weather is a huge treat.

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Yes cool weather is a huge treat.
Something Hennessey doesn't have.....yet

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We will be heading out to Great Lakes Dragaway this Friday to test the new combination!

10% overdriven crank pulley
3.6 upper ( was 3.8 )
upgraded HE reservoir
new injectors
MagnaVolt boost-a-pump
Dynatech long tube headers, SLP loud-mouth 2

(Dyno'd 580+rwhp and 530rwtq)

we will also be running MT315/35R18's (26" tall) instead of the huge 28" tall M&H's we had on there from the previous runs. hopefully we'll have some decent weather!
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Nice! Looking forward to the new numbers.

What wheels are you guys using on the rear?

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yeah I was wondering about the wheels also or did you just plug off the brake lines and remove the caliper like everyone else is doing
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Well the air wasn't great. high humidity. we were fighting traction all night. heel hop didn't seem to be as much of an issue with the shorter rear tires vs the 28" tall d.r.'s we ran before.

The mph shows decent improvement in the humid air, but the e.t. wasn't matching up with the mph no matter what we tried.

best two runs of the night were as follows:

me driving:

60' - 1.84
1/8 mph - 96.69
1/4 et - 11.72
1/4 mph - 122.59

Larry driving:

60' - 1.88
1/8 mph - 97.27
1/4 e.t. - 11.70
1/4 mph - 122.43

we got to the track after 2 hours of driving, paid, got through tech right away and only had a half hour cool down. that was the longest the car sat to cool the whole night. there were no super long cool downs, no icing the blower, or any of that non-sense. i even hot lapped the car a couple times as i was trying to just get a feel for the car as i had not even sat in the thing until that night. ha.

the wheels we are using are repro 18" C6 Z06 wheels, with a 315/35 drag radial. we did have to cut the cables to the E-brake so they would fit.

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hot weather is a also huge treat?

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Yes cool weather is a huge treat.
Do you think so?
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