1989 Turbo Dodge Caravan at MRP, 12.97@105.5 racing against a Toyota pickup with a 1J swap.

Fully loaded van with a/c, interior, full Exhaust and auto, 3620 lbs with me in it, GT35R turbo, 2.5L 4 cylinder with a TIII 16 valve DOHC head. 27 psi, 12.97@105.5 to my friends 90's Toyota pickup with a 1J swap, around 450 whp, which ran a 13.34@113.9. Had trouble making Boost at the line all night, this was our 2nd race. First race, I blew the Map line off, ran a 13.5@81 to his 13.4@113ish.

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