it was a 6 speed, I have no idea what kind of shot he was running, it had to be small he would not show me his engine bay.Powelsound said:Damn, that's a helluva kill! Was at an auto or 6 speed? Do you know how big of a shot he was running?
Yeah, it's frustrating sometimes to have a car such as ours in a city as congested with traffic as Chicago. While on a contract last year in Naperville, I was able to get up to just over 145mph on I-355 but have not come remotely close to that speed since. No time for the track either but I trying to make time. Anybody got any time for sale? Jeez, I don't have much of it running a business these days.slow_vr4 said:Black94VR4:
like John M said, to me your car is perfect indeed.
hope someday i can modify mine to your level.
after moving into this "BIG" Chicago area, the fastest i have run was around 130 mph and only for about 10 sec. most of time, the traffic was jammed.
You should hit high 11's at worst. Heck, I ran a paltry 12.71 with my mods(had stock BOV then) a couple of years ago. If I remember correctly, I had a about a 60/40 mixture of 100 octane and 93 octane and the track temps were around 60-65 degrees that day.Black94VR4 said:VR4me,
The performance parts are around 10K w/o labors. It's a different car now, before I was BPU also. The car pulls hard all the way to redline due to the bigger turbos and more fuels. I'm planning to hit the track this weekend w/ a couple of guys on this board to find out my 1/4mile. Hopefully I could hit 11s something, but using race gas and set the boost at 23psi. I'll let everyone knows.