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Old 06-18-2013, 07:51 AM   #15
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Yeah, I was comparing the SRT8's with prochargers to this setup. We made up a lot more mph on the top end. I was using that plus his 60' to do the math. The calculator i used showed him at 10.45 using his 1/8mile time. Top SRT8's hit 1.35 60's and my procharged car picked up 26mph on the top end netting 10.73@128.5mph. Both very heavy cars, mine was 4,444 lbs. with 640rwhp. So figured if he got his 60' down there with great track prep and dead hooking he could tickle a 9. Surprised it takes more than 800rwhp to do that.

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Old 07-12-2013, 10:19 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by SSpade22 View Post
when i ran the 6.8 @107.9mph i was running Micky Thompsons R2 street radials. they do a great job, how ever, i am still learning how to launch with this kinda power.
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