car hooked pretty good launch at about 3k and ride the clutch out and chirp in second. i was kinda disappointing i thought maybe mid to low 14's but oh well. so he is the question, i have $200 so do what ever i want with my car what should the next thing be to help get better a ET? i have pullies, full exhaust, and 3.73 gears. any suggestions?
Don't take this the wrong way, but you need to save your $200 and use it to get to the track a few more times. That 2.3 60' says you were either spinning or bogging. Get that 60' down to a 2.0- 2.1 and you will see mid-low 14s.
Running a good ET takes practice, plain and simple. Trust me, if you simply keep going back every chance you get, you will knock off considerable ET with each trip.
Yea i know my 60' is terrible. its been 4 year or more since i had my last mustang and i stayed at the track with it. i only made 5 passes and every pass got better my first pass was a 15.2 spinning and i think i may have been slipping the cluth a little to much. But thats somthing i can practice in the street is my launches getting the right rpm and the right clutch slippage. i will get there!