Impala SS 30-148mph
09 Impala SS mods: K&N drop in filter, no cat, no resonator, Magnaflow Magnapack muffler and a Klug Performance tune.
.000 Reaction time 2006 Monte Carlo SS and Z06 Corvette Race
This was my second race of the night, I had a perfect reaction time, .000 I went up against a Z06 not sure what year but it was the 405 HP model. The Z06 had a terrible reaction time, resulting in a very close heads up race. He ran a 12.8, but with him leaving just over a second later than me, made it a very close run. I ran a 14.1. You can see the .000 in the right lane towards the finish as it was during time trials.
2007 Monte Carlo vs 2006 Mustang GT
14.56 @ 93.86 MPH VS 15.78 @ 89.29 MPH The Mustang GT featured an all-aluminum 4.6 L 3-valve SOHC Modular V8 with variable camshaft timing and a more rugged Tremec TR-3650 transmission. The engine produces 300 hp (224 kW) @ 5750 rpm and 320 lb·ft (433 N·m) of torque @ 4500 rpm. The GT model was capable of performing a quarter-mile test in 13.5 seconds @ 103 MPH, with acceleration from zero to 60 MPH in 5.0 seconds. The Mustang GT also came equipped with a limited slip differential complete with the same carbon-fiber clutch discs used in the 2003 to 2004 SVT Cobra and the 2007 Shelby GT500. The differential uses the 31-spline axles and the 8.8 in (224 mm) ring gear. The standard final drive ratio of 2005 and 2006 Mustang GTs with a manual transmission was 3.55:1. Since the 2007 model year, a 3.31:1 ratio final drive was standard with the 3.55:1 gearing available as a factory installed option. Automatic transmission-equipped models of all years come with 3.31:1 ratio. The Mustang GT features a stiffer, better handling version of the standard suspension, larger 12.4-inch front brake discs (versus the 11.4-inch discs used on V6 Mustangs), standard four-channel ABS with traction control, a two-piece drive shaft, a stainless steel dual Exhaust, standard grille-mounted fog lights, and 17-inch wheels with optional 18-inch wheels. The Mustang has a MacPherson-strut front suspension with reverse "L" lower control arms. The rear suspension was a new three-link system with a Panhard Rod that controls the vertical and lateral movements of the axle. This live axle rear suspension, while sacrificing handling, provides the benefits of reduced cost and weight over heavier, more expensive independent rear suspensions. In spite of this, Ford has drawn heavy criticism from the automotive journalism community for the decision to equip the current Mustang with the live axle system. At a press conference, Ford stated that to include an independent rear suspension would have added $5,000 to the showroom price of the car. MONTE CARLO The L67 is the supercharged version of the 3800 Series II L36 and appeared in 1996, one year after the normally aspirated version. It uses the Eaton Generation III M90 Supercharger with a 3.8" pulley, a larger throttle body, fuel injectors, cylinder heads, and lower intake manifold than the L36 uses. Both engines share the same engine blocks, but compression is reduced from 9.4:1 in the L36 to 8.5:1 for the L67. GM listed the engine output as 240 hp (180 kW) and 280 lb·ft (380 N·m) of torque, although broad torque span and perhaps conservative rating by GM due to the engine's temperature sensitivities, have established a belief in higher actual output. Final drive ratios are reduced in most applications, for better fuel economy and more use of the engine's torque in the low range. Like most 3800 V6s, the engine is well known for its reliability and low maintenance costs. The engine is a popular choice for aftermarket modification thanks to its very strong internals and impressive power gains from basic upgrades. The engine was built in Flint, Michigan and was certified LEV in 2001. SS Supercharged 2004-2005 3.8 L L67 supercharged V6 240 hp - 280 lb·ft 4T65E-HD Transmission The Strip is a Drag Strip at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, NV- 3500+ D/A Temperature 95 Degrees+ Fahrenheit
2007 monte carlo ss top out run
R.I.P MCSS. the redheaded stepchild of the lsx world takes a long time to do 0-140 but it did it! Lol