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12.1@112mph.. 2.4 60 ft!?

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Old 05-23-2013, 02:02 AM   #1
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Default 12.1@112mph.. 2.4 60 ft!?

Not bad.. stock motor, stock intake box, stock exhaust, stock 3.06 open rear diff, stock tires, stock suspension and stock transmission internals (Though modded with bolt ons, guts are stock).

Magnacharged 5 psi, 5.7 2009 Hemi. 4569 lbs. give or take.







Check out those killer 60 ft.s ROFL

130-140lbs. to the front of the motor is not joke.. but once boost kicks in, watch out!

I think it's time for something a little more drastic.. say, a 4k stall.. hard hit?



Because this 3500 stall just ain't cuttin' it.. with 4560lbs. soaking wet!
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Old 05-23-2013, 05:20 AM   #2
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I'm not buying that sixty. The trap speed kind of indicates a much better launch than that. I had a slip once that said I ran a 13.2@1006MPH. A sixty that bad will kill any run. Real good time though. Think it's got more in it the way it sits now?
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Old 05-23-2013, 06:52 AM   #3
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Yeah something is fishy about that 60ft.. when I've had 60fts that bad I literally stopped forward movement off the line...lol (spinning bad enough you have to completely let off and start again)... those 1/8th mile ETs are telling me the 60ft isn't nearly that bad.

Good runs overall. She moves out pretty quick.
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Technical Error…… nice times thou for a HEAVY car.

Notice on your 2nd slip it didn't even give your 60ft.

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I have to agree with the others. 12.1@112 usually requires a pretty healthy launch.

or....you let off at the end to make your trap look super low so you can meet up wit sumone n run dem fo' pinks cuz they think u look slo'
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Actually, im pretty sure there were mistakes....3rd slip says 3.2 60' and a 12.3...

something not adding up
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I'm not buying that sixty. The trap speed kind of indicates a much better launch than that. I had a slip once that said I ran a 13.2@1006MPH. A sixty that bad will kill any run. Real good time though. Think it's got more in it the way it sits now?
Me neither.. it would be more like 13.3 at that 60ft. lol

they have always had issues on test and tune nights so it kinda cheats us out of accurate slips. The ET/trap should be good though.

Not sure how much better I can get with only 5 psi and such a heavy car though. Maybe a 93 octane tune and TORCO this year, but that's about it...

12.0@112mph is my goal for this year... not that fastest in the world, but enough for me

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Technical Error…… nice times thou for a HEAVY car.

Notice on your 2nd slip it didn't even give your 60ft.
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lol, why all that stock crap, but a magnacharger?

stock exhaust, and intake stuff was probably restrictive for the stock motor, let alone forced induction.


also.......... WTF 4560lbs JESUS

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Damn so are you planning on tuning it for more boost?
Seems fast as shlt for only 5psi!
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And an open rearend, something smells here. That's alot of weight to get moving with one tire.

I'm afraid to watch that vid

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If the 60 foot is right, then the ET is wrong. Frankly, it may all be wrong. What track was that?
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I'm not buying that sixty. The trap speed kind of indicates a much better launch than that. I had a slip once that said I ran a 13.2@1006MPH. A sixty that bad will kill any run. Real good time though. Think it's got more in it the way it sits now?
Yep, no way you can get a 2.4 60 foot and run a 12.1, not trapping 112. I had a 2.3 60 foot once and ran a 12.8@116, I have less weight and 4.10 gears.
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And an open rearend, something smells here. That's alot of weight to get moving with one tire.

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If the 60 foot is right, then the ET is wrong. Frankly, it may all be wrong. What track was that?
The car is awd with a 3500 stall and some valvebody/solenoid mods.... he went 12.7 or 12.8 with a intake tune trans mods and stall.

Good euns OP! Car is moving for a tank! Ill agree tho those 60' times are off but the rest of the slip sounds good!
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lol, why all that stock crap, but a magnacharger?

stock exhaust, and intake stuff was probably restrictive for the stock motor, let alone forced induction.


also.......... WTF 4560lbs JESUS
lol our long winters only give up so much time to save up for mods..

I didn't have enough for everything so I just got the one thing that I knew would be a solid performer.. I was gonna get it last year when I first got the car, but already put so much down on it, I didn't have any more money left!

YOu think that's heavy.. that's the normal weight of a 2012+ Charger RT AWD.. a blower on that thing is north of 4800 lbs.!


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Damn so are you planning on tuning it for more boost?
Seems fast as shlt for only 5psi!
Not for now, I just wanted to see what it's capable of. I plan on a forged motor next year. I want a 426, but maybe even a forged/built 6.1 will make about 650 AWHP no problem

The Jeep SRT-8's are making near 1000whp or so with Procharger F1A's or Kenne Bell units.. not sure if I want to go that high lol

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And an open rearend, something smells here. That's alot of weight to get moving with one tire.

I'm afraid to watch that vid
AWD .. but you're right. I have to carefully go around the water box or it's one wheel willie!
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If the 60 foot is right, then the ET is wrong. Frankly, it may all be wrong. What track was that?
Alaska Raceway Park. Test and Tune night sucks.. you drive an hour and a half from the city into the boonies.. no track prep, no nothing.. one time no ET lights! and you can count on a giant a_ss pool of water at the ticket pick up lane after a night of rain.

Competition days are different thank god!

The ET's are good, the 60 fts. are bad



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Yep, no way you can get a 2.4 60 foot and run a 12.1, not trapping 112. I had a 2.3 60 foot once and ran a 12.8@116, I have less weight and 4.10 gears.
It's a 5.7 making god knows how much low end torque, so the launch and mid range is gonna be the strongest. Up top, the weight is evident.

lol You ever see a Duramax Diesel run 12.6@108mph? I have. I ran against him and he was right next to me the entire time, except at launch. He caught up and we were even, then even started to pull a little at 100 or so and fell back. I put two cars on the top end when the first brake lights came on. I kept on just to see how much I can pull...

I let off early in the start when I heard some crazy sound, I thought I had busted my transmission.. turned out to be his massive turbo spooling so I got back on it! rofl

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The car is awd with a 3500 stall and some valvebody/solenoid mods.... he went 12.7 or 12.8 with a intake tune trans mods and stall.

Good euns OP! Car is moving for a tank! Ill agree tho those 60' times are off but the rest of the slip sounds good!

Thanks!

I was very impressed with the mods last year. I agree, this thing moves out for being so utterly massive.

If it can haul a vault in Fast Five, it should be able to run some impressive times!
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It's a 5.7 making god knows how much low end torque, so the launch and mid range is gonna be the strongest. Up top, the weight is evident.

lol You ever see a Duramax Diesel run 12.6@108mph? I have. I ran against him and he was right next to me the entire time, except at launch. He caught up and we were even, then even started to pull a little at 100 or so and fell back. I put two cars on the top end when the first brake lights came on. I kept on just to see how much I can pull...

I let off early in the start when I heard some crazy sound, I thought I had busted my transmission.. turned out to be his massive turbo spooling so I got back on it! rofl


it really doesn't matter what you are driving. You can't run a 12.1@112 with a 2.4 60 foot, unless you hit the brakes before the traps. You'd have to be traveling faster than 112 to make up that much time. Your second run says 3.2 60 foot with a 12.3@112, which is just impossible. Not doubting your car can run 12.1, just doubting the accuracy of the entire slip based on the 60 foot and trap speeds.
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Hey... quit making all the points I already made

Im with moose, funky slips...
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Yep, no way you can get a 2.4 60 foot and run a 12.1, not trapping 112. I had a 2.3 60 foot once and ran a 12.8@116, I have less weight and 4.10 gears.
Oh come on...are you saying he couldn't go 11.3 with a 1.9 60ft???
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The car is awd with a 3500 stall and some valvebody/solenoid mods.... he went 12.7 or 12.8 with a intake tune trans mods and stall.

Good euns OP! Car is moving for a tank! Ill agree tho those 60' times are off but the rest of the slip sounds good!
My bad, I'm on the smart phone version which doesn't show your details below avatar. Being AWD just proves the 60ft lights aren't working right. Good runs OP.
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Oh come on...are you saying he couldn't go 11.3 with a 1.9 60ft???
Not at 112, ha,ha. Even with a bad launch, I'd expect better than 2.4 with an AWD car.
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