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HP Mods - Time Performance gains

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by wiscdave, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. wiscdave

    wiscdave [OP] Lets Do It!

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    4.0l is 0-60 in 7.5 seconds according to Motor Trend The 1/4 mile times differ with altitude, humidity etc so when stating your numbers please include location of your "track"

    But overall:

    What are the actual numbers out there you guys are running?

    Intakes have produced gains, any ideas of some true numbers in reducing 1/4 and 0-60 times. URD with calibration sounds like the best product on the market but who has the timeslip.

    Exhausts again will produce gains, any ideas of some true numbers.

    Intake/Exhaust combos that work well - Which Y -pipe is best

    Please do not let this turn into an anti- racing thread. If you want to comment on that please start your own thread. thanks in advance
     
  2. lsocoee

    lsocoee My hair is all natural Staff Member

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    when I went to the track, I got a 6.85 second time with my URD intake installed. This was in pretty cool weather though.

    I added on the URD MAF calibrator and I finally tested it again and it took 7.65 sec. Maybe my wires aren't correct, or maybe the 50 degree temperature difference is causing the problems.
     
  3. wiscdave

    wiscdave [OP] Lets Do It!

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    Wow quite a difference, what did you run the 1/8 or the 1/4 and times?
     
  4. XrunnIT

    XrunnIT Well-Known Member

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    My last 1/4 time slip. 13.99 @ 101. DA = 2614'. End of June in San Antonio, TX. 0-60mph is an estimated 5.2 seconds (based on 1/8 mile pass).

    I'm getting to run the truck again, and hope to come close to the 12 second mark.

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  5. lsocoee

    lsocoee My hair is all natural Staff Member

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    I have a dashhawk that I use on an empty track that measures 0-60 times. It's not entirely accurate though.
     
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