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I finally had a chance to scan a few of my time slips from this Fall and Early Dec. runs.

I scanned my two best ET and MPH Time Slips.

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For next year I'm planning to Add a Composite Halltech T-1 which I ordered last week. I also plan to upgrade to either LT headers or the 02 Z06 exhaust to eliminate the pup cats and a freely flowing Cat setup. My goal is upper 350RWHP. And a set of Drag Radials. I hope to dip into the 11.60-.70 range.
 

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11.6 is very quick. But from what I've learned its all in the driving technique. Ranger ran an 11.94 with just a Halltech TRIC/MAG setup and Drag Radials. A Freeier flowing exhaust with headers should add atleast 20 more RWHP. So 11.6-.7's are very reachable.
 

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It all depends on the driver. Iv'e seen 650 rwhp cars only run 11.3's so it is all driver technique.:cheers: :cheers:
 

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It all depends on the driver. Iv'e seen 650 rwhp cars only run 11.3's so it is all driver technique.:cheers: :cheers:
Yep. It's technique and traction coefficient. :)

My 615rwhp Mustang will only run low-11s on street tires...at 135 mph. :D

Still, with enough practice (and not so much power that the tires just light up through 2 gears), mid-11s on drag radials in a C5 is not going to be _that_ hard.
 

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Good numbers...... Your trap speed is awsome...
 
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