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Old 05-30-2022, 01:10 PM   #1
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Feedback on track times please.

Made my first 5 passes ever in my 2010 ss m6.
I probably watched Acammers video 50 times
But ofcourse all that went out the window when I hit the staging lanes.

Car is a 2010 ss 2ss m6.
1 7/8 long tubes. No cats no mufflers
Varraram cai. The tune version.
Custom tune by a local guy.
Back seat and passenger seat removed.
Original 2010 flavor pirelli p zeros out back.
Car has 13008 original miles tgus original tires..

Car weighed in at 3680 with a half tank of gas.

Da was 2100 feet.
93 non oxy

First pass 14.2. 2.9 60ft. Traction control on. Stayed in 3rd at the top and hit 7k rims. Still felt like it was pulling .
Trapped 111.85

Second pass. 2.3 60ft. Tc off stabilitrac off. Launched at 2k rims and short shifted into 2nd at about 4k rims
Ran 13.3 @ 111.2

I think that was my 12 sec pass.

Had 3 other runs but all spun as I tried launching higher but accidentally dumped the clutch and wheel hopped a couple times.

So I'm looking to see if the car is under performing with that trap speed and any feed back on shift points etc.

With me in the car its 3925 and with a trap speed of 111 the hp calculator says its making about 426 crank hp. So stock.

When I got to the track the check engine light was on come to find out the tuner didn't shut off the o2 sensors.

He was supposed to set the rev limiter at 6500 but I shifted at 7k every run outside the one short shift.

Car ran good and strong but I'm thinking it was a little rich.

Thank you all
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Old 05-30-2022, 06:52 PM   #2
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60 ft times are terrible

Those tires are going to be impossible to get a good number with. Even a new street tire will be hard. Take a 10 yr old tire... No chance
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Old 06-01-2022, 09:47 AM   #3
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You're running slow from my experience.I have a 2013 SS and it ran 13.08 with only a Rotofab CAI, and I regularly was trapping 111, even with tire spin. That said, I'm still only trapping 112 and some change after a tune, cam, LTs, and 3.91s, but that's because my clutch is shot.
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Old 07-01-2022, 04:45 PM   #4
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Back at the track. New pb 12.73 114.5.
I added 305 35 17 nitto 555r2.
60ft is now down to a 2.1.

I tried launching a little harder than the 2500 ish rpms . Pushed it up to 3200ish and she spun . I go to catch it by grabbing 2nd and the clutch stuck to the floor..

Complete shit show..lol

My question now is did I screw up the clutch? I just flushed the fluid before this weekend and you can definitely smell it but it still goes into gear nice and on the way back to my pit. It shifted fine.

Any M6 guys experience this?
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Old 07-02-2022, 04:24 PM   #5
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clutch sticking is from old/dirty brake fluid. Suck it out with a turkey baster and replace with DOT3. lingenfelter makes a return spring that helps alot.
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Old 07-03-2022, 04:39 PM   #6
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clutch sticking is from old/dirty brake fluid. Suck it out with a turkey baster and replace with DOT3. lingenfelter makes a return spring that helps alot.
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