First pass in my 2004 cobra

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This Friday I'm looking to run my 2004 cobra. I've run other cars before but not this one. Here's the basic's of the car

2004 Cobra
-2.76 pulley (4lb lower)
-tune
-x pipe back exhaust
-2 step / wotbox
-stock clutch
-suspension work (not exactly sure, came with the car)
-brand new nt05r's 315-35-17
-sub frame connectors
-dyno @ 470whp (98 degrees w/ 100% humidity)

I will be close to see level and the weather for Friday is suppose to be 56 w/ low humidity.

I'm looking to break into the 11's without breaking any half shafts. With that being said I'm not sure if the IRS is stock. I'm going to have the tire pressure @ about 18psi. Avoid the burnout box and back into it. Do a small burnout until I see smoke. I've heard the nittos will get greasy if I do to large of a burnout. Even though I have the Two Step I don't plan on using it. I'm going to try slipping the clutch at about 2800rpm. And give it hell.

Let me know if you have any suggestions or tips. And given that I can actually drive the car let me know what time I should expect.
 

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I would check to see if you have at least an irs brace on there, or upgraded differential bushings. you will be able to launch a lot harder without the risk of breaking the cover.

good luck and have fun! :rockon:
 

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