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11.19 @ 123 sbe full weight Mach

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  1. blownstang4.6

    blownstang4.6 Active Member Established Member

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    Stock motor/trans/rearend full weight 3,660lb Mach. Vortech V1 S 12psi, 3600 stall, o/r x pipe E85 tune with 14* timing (maxed 60lb injectors). Didn't quite get the 10.99 I wanted but pretty close. Track was packed so only got two runs in. Haven't been to the track in 3 years and last time was on a 93 tune. Will try for 10's next month.

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    Great run! I’m a pedestrian when it comes to the drag strip lol, but the 60ft looks excellent to me. I’m impressed your trans and rear end is holding up. What kind of tire are you running?
     
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    blownstang4.6 Active Member Established Member

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    4r75w are strong. Stock rear doesn't take much of a beating with an auto. 275/40/17 Toyo Proxes drag radial on the street. For the track pass i had 9 year old 275/50/15 Hoosier drag radials.
     
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    railroad Well-Known Member Established Member

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    That's fast.
     
  5. blownstang4.6

    blownstang4.6 Active Member Established Member

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    Thanks. We put two more degrees in it and bumped the 2-3 shift a little higher. Should have a high 10 next month.
     
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    Roots-type R-code Established Member

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    Right on dude. Wish you were closer, I'd like to run!

    I'm not going to say anything about that "sbe" you probably don't already know, so I'll just leave that alone. lol
     
  7. blownstang4.6

    blownstang4.6 Active Member Established Member

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    Car ran 11.00 when I went back last year, and 10.87 last month with skinnies up front.
     
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    P49Y-CY fomoco, mofo Established Member

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    That's damn good, congrats!

    What does sbe stand for?
     
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    GNBRETT Premium Member Premium Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    9 year old DR tires aint cutting it bro literally! A new set of tires will put u back in the 10's again easily.
     
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    CobraBob Authorized Vendor Premium Member Established Member Single Barrel Sirs

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    Congrats! That a nice (strong) Mach. I agree with Brett, you'll see better numbers with a new set of tires.
     
  11. blownstang4.6

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    Went 10.87 last month on 10 year old drag radials. Will probably get new tires for next year. Stepping up a few hundred rpm on the stall and replacing the factory struts/shocks. Mid 10's next year.
     
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  12. blownstang4.6

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    Stock bottom end, but the entire motor is stock from throttle body to oil pan. Not just the bottom end.
     
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  14. GNBRETT

    GNBRETT Premium Member Premium Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    Bro, if ur DR tires are 10 years old ur need to replace them. Its common ****ing sense! Doesn't matter what ur ET was last month. I replace mine either every year and its only a weekend warrior!

    They are not only worn out they are stiff and out of date and really ****ing dangerous if u drive them at all on the street which im assuming u do if they are 10 years old!

     
  15. blownstang4.6

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    I understand they're old. Not a crack in them. Have probably seen 500 miles of street use in 10 years, mostly driving to the track and back. Weren't used for the first 6 years of their life (stored in heated basement). Not even bald yet and not hard at all. On the street they still hook up great for their age (slightly better than my 4 year old 275/40/17 TQ's). My car only sees 800-1000 miles a year and it's sitting on the TQ's year round other than when I swap the Hoosiers to go to the track. Best 60' of 1.58 on a mostly stock suspension. Best 60' on Toyos 1.63. Point is car ran 10's on stock motor, stock trans, stock rearend, 10 year old tires, and 3600lbs. Which means more potential left on the table. Will go mid 10's next year.
     
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    P49Y-CY fomoco, mofo Established Member

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    curious what was your best time three years ago on 93 octane? similar setup?
     
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    11.37 @ 121 1.63 60'. Full weight street wheels up front. Same exact setup just 93 tune making 452/386. The 460 you see on the graph was when we retuned it after upgrading the fuel system to handle e85.
     

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