Something is wrong with this one. A 10.537 in the 1/4 should be about 6.7 in the 1/8th. 7.7 in the 1/8 would come out to be about 12 flat in the 1/4. Also a 102 mph with that 1/8th time is awfully fast.
I think he ment 6.714 1/8th. . .that matches the rest of the numbers
Sorry, the 7.7 is a typo, I will fix it asap, and for a mid 10 second car, 102 in the 1/8 is pretty normal, look at all the other mid 10 Mustangs.
Extremely nice time for LACR is this with correction?
This makes sense. Nice times on a fast car. The part about the 102 mph in the 1/8th was when it showed 7.7. I agree that 102 is normal for a mid 10 sec car. My car is 101 and it is not quite as fast as yours Good job have fun.
Were you at LACR last night
i would lide to know if i run a 9 flat in a 1/8 what would that be close to in 1/4
9 flat in the 1/8 is going to be about a 13.8 in the 1/4 unless you're turboed or with nitrous
so how are you getting 561hp? i want to see a 347 with a ssi intake make that much
God what are the names of those rims, they dont make em anymore and i want a set really bad. Please.
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