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Before my son went off to the Naval Academy last summer, he would take his 96 Camaro V6 to the track and race his friend's 2013 V6 Camaro. He went 16.0 vs. his friend's 14.9. Needless to say, he didn't win much. He comes home on leave at the end of June and I'd like the 95 to be in the 14.9's. It's a 95 GT convertible auto with a bazillion miles (odometer quit at 95k who knows when) and aside from deleting the air pump, Flowmaster mufflers, an x-pipe and shift kit, it seems to be stock. Does anyone have ideas that are cheap and easy to help me into the 14's? I was thinking hi-test gas and advancing the timing for starters.
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If your spinning, your not winning. The first 60 feet is all important. Knock your 60ft down to 2.10 - 2.05 and you'll be in the 14's.
306 with all bolt ons, letter cam, ported E7's, T5 swap, full exhaust, 3:55's, 2" drop, and the worst paint you'll ever see or feel.
Dyno'd 300/316, 2745lbs-track scale
Best ET………12.4@108, 1.66 60ft on 8" ET Drags.
24 mpg (combined)
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