9 second Electric Car @ ECS Performance/TurboKits.com

Check out the official video at: 9 second drag car. Estimated 2000wtq. Simulated 1/4 mile run. 60' 1.148 @ 51.805MPH 330' 3.707 @ 87.364 1/8th 6.00 @ 105.832 1000' 8.076 @ 116.357 1/4 Mile 9.912 @ 122.952 Dyno: Mustang AWD Location: ECS Performance / turboKits.com Windsor Locks CT

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