Discussion in 'Media Section' started by vallessrt10, Jun 20, 2017.
Just took out the 10 for the 1st time to the track 12.6 @110 Best of 3 passes.
Nice time. Congrats, got a video?
Stock? What mods
Thanks trying to upload the video but I can't and it's a 05 RC Paxton 700 whp
why so slow?
SC? Are you having hooking issues ?
Even the MPH isn't there for that kind of power. Is there some kind of issue with tuning? My truck with about 450whp ran 12.8 @ 108.
Better traction would of helped but I am also at 5k elevtion and it was a really hot day.
Still slow. I ran a 12.635 @ 110.5 with a shitty 1.92 60'. Truck had full exhaust and bolt-ons but wasn't making anywhere near the power you are. Mine wasn't a fluke pass either as my run before that one was a 12.636.
I lied... my best pass was actually an even worse 60' at 1.94
That's a really good time my brother has a 04 RC full bolt ons as well but can't get a better than 14.0
don't remember mph what elevation r u at?
Yeah, the DA and heat will kill times. My truck before being rebuilt ran 11.68 @ 118 with a stock engine, exhaust and light weight tricks. 2004 RC, made 485 at the wheels before we pulled it out. Still sorting the tune on the new setup, still NA , no power adder, stay tuned for up dates, Chris Jensen has been busy with his main job at Porsche racing, but will get to me as soon as I can get the truck to LA for tuning....shooting for this fall when it cools down a bit.
Taking the 10 to Phoenix in Sep see what times i could run over there.Out of all the 10s I know and seen run here I am the fastest.A friend ran his Stingrey vette 650 whp best time was 12.5
That's crazy, where are you located at ?
Albuquerque New Mexico
Yea your screwed, I have a friend that races a red Dakota out there and the DA always kills him
Take a look at this article.
Altitude Density Tuning - How To Find Horsepower In The Air - Hot Rod Network
Using the chart attached.
12.6 X 0.9380 = 11.81 ET
110 X 1.0661 = 117MPH
Obviously more factors apply. But not a bad base line
Article was an interesting read.
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