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Old 01-16-2012, 07:26 PM   #11
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Mines usually around 112 ish, she'll pin the needle in 5th though
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Old 01-16-2012, 07:27 PM   #12
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Get 4.10's, run a taller tire at the track.
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Mines usually around 112 ish, she'll pin the needle in 5th though
i love how with 4.10's the 4-5 gap isnt that bad, although i have a line on a T56 that i might grab this weekend, that will be SICK...
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good input guys, i debated 3.90's and 4.10's all winter.. now that its almost spring i think 4.10's is what ill go with. its going to be a bolt on car, tuned, with 4.10's and lots of suspension so I'm going to try to utilize all the power i do have. I think the car will have mid 12's in it at 108+ mph. We'll see what happens i suppose lol
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Am I doing it wrong or am I seeing a 180mph top speed for a stock auto 2v? 245/45/17's and auto. Doesn't 180 seem kind of high? There's no way it can be that.
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Am I doing it wrong or am I seeing a 180mph top speed for a stock auto 2v? 245/45/17's and auto. Doesn't 180 seem kind of high? There's no way it can be that.
my 95 had a theoretical top speed of 217 mph...
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Am I doing it wrong or am I seeing a 180mph top speed for a stock auto 2v? 245/45/17's and auto. Doesn't 180 seem kind of high? There's no way it can be that.
you just cant redline top gear

These cars dont have gear limited top speed its a power limited top speed, wind resistance overpowers the HP at like 140 mph
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