Hey man, I'm currently modding my '88 mustang GT: mass air conversion, Paxton NOVI 1000, 3.73 gears, shorty headers, etc. Anyway, I noticed all of the mods you have. I'm a little surprised to see you got 12.5 with all of the mods you have listed. I thought it'd be in the 11's. Did you get that time with the current mods you have listed?
We've only been to the track a couple times and both times we were having problems getting off the line. Theres no doubt the powers there, but getting it to hook up is a different story. Considering stock heads and internals and no nitrous, a 12.5 isn't too bad.
Oh, I thought you had Nitrous, because it's listed in the list of mods. That's one of the reasons I was surprised about the time. And yes, it's very important to get off the line properly. I bet if you got off the line perfectly and have no problems shifting, you'd probably get anywhere between 11.5 and 12. I'll look forward to seeing the future time of your stang.
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