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Old 01-15-2008, 02:09 PM
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You have to take into account alot of people on herefib with their1/4 times, if you look in the timeslips section alot of people do not have an actual timeslip scan, much like the dyno #s there is some BS goin on, a totally stock 05-08 GT will not get into the 12s period, nor will it get into the 12s with a simple CAI and tune !!even really low 13s.The car and driver test 13.5 1/4 mile was with a professional driver on a perfect track with perfect conditions, with all my mods I am running low 13s and trust me a RT of .080does not leave alot of room for driver error!! lolI am just saying don't judge your times or HP numbers by what people say on here, get your baseline #s and go from there. BTW a stock manual is faster than a stock AUTO so you have a head start I didn't get !!! lol

There is a member on these forums that ran in the 12's with a CAI/tune. He posted his timeslip and everything...kind of hard to fib that if you ask me.

The track he goes to must have clock issues, seen it plenty of times before, hell one time I got a slip that told me I went 11.9 lol It is impossible to get in the 12s with these cars with just a CAI and tune, period.
here is a copy of his sig: his username is Gene K

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Old 01-17-2008, 10:40 PM
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low 13 no shock for a stock stang. just check out my sig

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