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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?
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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.
2001 Z28 1LC
2100 Stall, built Auto, 2.73 gear
Full exhaust, intake, Tuned
SubFrames, LCAs, Torque Arm, STB
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!
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