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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-28-2008, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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I just had my car dynoed at Sound Performance over the weekend and I made 368hp on 7.5psi. I have really crappy Sumitomo 245's in the back because I usually smoke tires by the end of the month. But Im gonna try to make to the track soon and I was wondering if anybody on here has any ideas on what I should be at. Thanks for the input guys!
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my guess would be mid 12's with those tires
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If you can launch good you will hit 12.5-12.8 would be my guess. That would be with a nearly empty tank of gas(less weight) and a nice day out/ and since you live by me you might get into the 12's barley with it being hot out. I am going to the track in August/Sept/Oct and stay at the track for a while so the car can cool down and get some runs later at night when it is cool out. Thats when you will see you best times


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I managed 14's flat at 100-ish on my relatively stock NA Z. So figure, you're putting down another 100whp than I and that should give you low 13's. Maybe with good tires, high 12's. Remember, it takes a good 600+whp to see 10's..
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Yea I'm thinking that I definately need to swap out those tires and have a dam good launch to run mid 12's. Im gonna try to go up to Great Lakes Dragaway during one of the upcoming weeks and go on a nice cool day when its not to crowded so I can get alot of practice runs in. Thanks for the comments though!
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High 11's should be capable. I ran [email protected] on some dr's and [email protected] on some 245/5-/17 Falken Ziex 512's(320 treadwear). I made 395/325 on my dyno pulls.
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