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post #1 of 16 Old 09-27-2009, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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Speed Inc. 2010 SS shop car results

I took the car back out today with the M&H 345/18's to work on the launch in a quest for a better ET.

The track got super packed quick which left me me big delays and lack of runs.

pass 1:

tire @ 18psi

approx 1 hr cool down after the drive there and I went for the first run, 3500 rpm and slipped the clutch a tad too much and it slipped which made me abort the run

pass 2:

less then 1 hr cool down, 3200 rpm and slipped the clutch out quicker and it felt good.. 1.68 60ft and then I missed second gear since my had slid off the shifter I quickly stuffed it back into second and ran 11.74 @ 119.89mph

pass 3:

about 2 hrs cool down, so I was looking to give the car hell since it was not heat soaked at all now and it was going to be the last pass of the day.. over crowded and rain was coming in

lowered the tires to 15psi

4000 rpm and dumped the clutch

1.59 60ft and it dead hooked

1-2 shift was clean
2-3 I just touched the limiter since our track shows the 60ft and I was shocked and kinda lost track I was racing ..LOL
3-4 shift was clean

11.26
120.58


The rain coming in brought some humidity and I checked and weather showed 2500+ DA.

so we are very happy with the ET and once we get some good air the MPH will come along

We will be doing a cam swap soon, so 10's will be an easy # soon.

race weight was 4030 today

mod list :
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Inovators crank pulley ( seeing 10psi )
FIC modified Ls9 injectors
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post #2 of 16 Old 09-27-2009, 07:58 PM
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I think this has been covered, but did you loose the rear brakes to run 18s?

Any video?

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Wow, great results!
1.5 60-foot! First time I've seen that on a 5th Gen.

Considering the weather conditions, even without changing the setup you could about see 10s with just better weather.

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post #4 of 16 Old 10-02-2009, 09:04 AM
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DANG THAT THING LAUNCHED HARD
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Very nice

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Sunday results

OH SO CLOSE TO THE 10'S!

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1.55 60ft

best 60ft was a 1.53

The last pass of the day I tried to leave harder and spun to a 1.64 60ft, went 100.4 to the 1/8 and ran [email protected] This would have been our 10sec slip. There is always next time.

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18" C6 Replica wheels with M&H 345/35/18 Drag Radials
stock clutch, driveshaft and axle shafts

NO WEIGHT REDUCTIONS
4050 race weight
DA +705 according to DragTimes.com










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car looks awesome, great job...
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OH man, a DOUBLE ZERO!! Didn't you wanna punch something? lol.
Wow that car is haulin. Great numbers!

How wide is the wheel on the back? 9.5?

Does it feel more comfortable with this taller tire? or the 26" M/T?

10s next time out for sure, eh?

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