Discussion in 'Stage II Tech' started by ttypewhite, Mar 9, 2010.
Wow thats making some steam....was that on a mustang dyno?
Impressive numbers. Should be a handful on the street.
Very nice build and Great numbers! Congrats on everything.
Went to the track yesterday to try her out. The tranny didn't want to co-operate, but at least I got a feel of whats instore. I launched it at 5psi and hooked a 1.46 sixty foot. It ran 3.90 at the 330, 5.90 @ 119mph at the 8th and no 3rd gear. I think the clutches are gone cause i have 3rd under regular driving, just not WOT. Gonna fix this issue and launch it at 10-12psi to get my sixty foots back in the 1.3's. It still coasted to a 10.03 @ 109mph lol.
WOW! Impressive numbers to say the least. That is sick and am sure it was quite a ride.
cant wait the hear about a full pass.
Here is the video
WOW! Sounds super sexy, left beautiful! Very nice job!
A 5.90 1/8 mile should be approx. a 9.26 1/4 mile! What boost were you running on that pass?
Congrats Mike!! That thing is going to lay down a SERIOUS number with the trans issue fixed! Dayum!!
That would have been nice to see with such a terrible sixty foot. The boost was at 28psi.
Thanks Brian, I am going to pick up my tranny tomorrow and get back out and try it again soon. Getting the stars to line up has been tricky, but if you through enough sh1t at the wall something is bound to stick.
Holy crap Mike! That thing is making some serious steam. I see some 8 sec passes in your future. Congrats! Whats the verdict on the cage situation
Thanks Rich, still fighting doing it, but the ol boy is all over me about it.
As much as I know you don't want to "hack" the car up for a cage, you probably don't want to twist it up and buckle quarter panels with T-brake launches and no cage.
No need for the cage, everyone knows white T types are slow anyways...
WOW..........this mp3 sums it all up!:smile:
That's what I've been saying Cliff, Awesome build up on your car, it looks sweet.
Norby, you are a character, you made me spray my computer with Cheerios.
On a serious note, you have put a lot of hard work into the car and deserve the results. On the other hand, It seems I enjoy the failure of of my projects instead of results.
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