New 1/4 time for my All-Trac

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New 1/4 time for my All-Trac

Postby vip09 » Mon Nov 06, 2006 8:16 am

Went to the track friday night. Temps were in the 40's. I'm still on the stock fuel system. First two runs I was at 11psi and pulled a best of 13.6 @ 98 mph. Then I turned the boost up to 13psi and got my best run to date. 13.3 @ 102 mph. Important info: 9:1 pistons, etc.. greddy td06l2 20g at 13psi.. stock ecu, stock fuel etc..

I'm pretty sure I could have gotten a little better time, but my clutch was sipping more every run. Should have gotten a 6 puck instead of the street disc. Here's my slip. Will have a video or two up soon.

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Best GT-S STOCK times: 1/4: 14.788 @ 94.98mph 1/8: 9.640 @ 75.87mph
Best Alltrac times: 1/4: 12.2 @ 115mph 1/8th: 7.9 @ 91mph
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Postby theUNYTEDone » Mon Nov 06, 2006 8:39 am

very awesome! time to update your signature. :evil:
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Postby jlspec » Mon Nov 06, 2006 9:55 am

What's your mod list?
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Postby vip09 » Mon Nov 06, 2006 3:01 pm

jlspec wrote:What's your mod list?


Forged bottom end (weisco 9:1 pistons, eagle rods), arp bolts and studs all around.
Stock Head
Greddy TD06L2 20G turbo kit @ 13psi
Custom FMIC and Custom 3" intake
Stock Fuel System, Stock ECU.. open downpipe (no exhaust)
Best GT-S STOCK times: 1/4: 14.788 @ 94.98mph 1/8: 9.640 @ 75.87mph
Best Alltrac times: 1/4: 12.2 @ 115mph 1/8th: 7.9 @ 91mph
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Postby jlspec » Mon Nov 06, 2006 4:08 pm

Congrats on the time. So pretty much the only power upgrade was the turbo and open cat less downpipe + filter.
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Postby Conan » Mon Nov 06, 2006 6:37 pm

vip09 wrote:Stock Fuel System, Stock ECU..

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
When in doubt - increase boost.
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Postby Griffin » Mon Nov 06, 2006 6:43 pm

Great times!

I would get a HEAVY clutch and pressure plate. I had a light duty 6 puck and presure plate before and still had slipping issues. Switching to the RPS 6 puck fixed that. I have a southbend 6 puck feramic disc and pressure plate to go in with the next build unless I stumble into a huge pile of cash, in which case I will be getting a RPS billet barbon twin disc.
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Postby vip09 » Mon Nov 06, 2006 7:45 pm

Griffin wrote:Great times!

I would get a HEAVY clutch and pressure plate. I had a light duty 6 puck and presure plate before and still had slipping issues. Switching to the RPS 6 puck fixed that. I have a southbend 6 puck feramic disc and pressure plate to go in with the next build unless I stumble into a huge pile of cash, in which case I will be getting a RPS billet barbon twin disc.


I have the RPS MAX clutch with street disc right now.. you think it would be alright to just get the 6 puck disc if my PP looks alright?
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Postby vip09 » Tue Nov 07, 2006 5:54 am

Best GT-S STOCK times: 1/4: 14.788 @ 94.98mph 1/8: 9.640 @ 75.87mph
Best Alltrac times: 1/4: 12.2 @ 115mph 1/8th: 7.9 @ 91mph
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Postby Griffin » Tue Nov 07, 2006 6:16 am

vip09 wrote:
Griffin wrote:Great times!

I would get a HEAVY clutch and pressure plate. I had a light duty 6 puck and presure plate before and still had slipping issues. Switching to the RPS 6 puck fixed that. I have a southbend 6 puck feramic disc and pressure plate to go in with the next build unless I stumble into a huge pile of cash, in which case I will be getting a RPS billet barbon twin disc.


I have the RPS MAX clutch with street disc right now.. you think it would be alright to just get the 6 puck disc if my PP looks alright?


I suppose so - I would call and ask RPS to be sure
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