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    tuner shop dropped on a pair of there slicks and took it back. worked on the race fuel map only and after some trial and error getting slicks to hook up on the rollers it did 605@33psi
    i go pick it up tomorrow morning and should have the graphs up in a day or so. i can't wait to go kill some super cars! i want to get FRMAROL for a license plate or maybe VIPRKLR
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    WOW wat turbo r you running, on ur car? good luck on trying to launch that car. wow that would be hard without breaking ur axle, and ur clutch isnt slipping with all that power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justin.jordan2 View Post
    WOW wat turbo r you running, on ur car? good luck on trying to launch that car. wow that would be hard without breaking ur axle, and ur clutch isnt slipping with all that power.

    turbonetics hp61 .63a/r i'm running 26x8.5 slicks to start and i might go up to 26x10. stock axles do very well if you operate the car properly. the clutch is a clutchmaster fx700 twindisk rated for 700hp.
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    that sounds like one wikked dodge...!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2004NeonSRT4 View Post
    update. the car went back again last night. no problems this time other than spinning the tires on the dyno. which are 26X9 inch drag radials. the car was on a new mustang dyno so coupled with that the numbers arn't that great. the rest will need to be done at the track. but it made 428@19psi on pump but to much knock due to the car spinning and hoping on the dyno stopped that. and 487@24psi on race fuel then then it was just spinning off the tires. so it has tons more its just not made to race a dyno i guess. but another 13-15psi should give me the low 600s i was looking for. thats on a mustang dyno so on a dynojet it'll be 650's pretty easily. i want to go back to the dyno on my drag slicks and try again later. it should hit the track in a few weeks once i get the hang of driving it which should be fun.
    What modifications are you running that your car can support 30 pounds of boost + ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpjester View Post
    What modifications are you running that your car can support 30 pounds of boost + ?
    A CAI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 302@12psi View Post
    A CAI.
    it's not one of those front mounted cai's is it? those things are sweeeeet! ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2004NeonSRT4 View Post
    update. the car went back again last night. no problems this time other than spinning the tires on the dyno. which are 26X9 inch drag radials. the car was on a new mustang dyno so coupled with that the numbers arn't that great. the rest will need to be done at the track. but it made 428@19psi on pump but to much knock due to the car spinning and hoping on the dyno stopped that. and 487@24psi on race fuel then then it was just spinning off the tires. so it has tons more its just not made to race a dyno i guess. but another 13-15psi should give me the low 600s i was looking for. thats on a mustang dyno so on a dynojet it'll be 650's pretty easily. i want to go back to the dyno on my drag slicks and try again later. it should hit the track in a few weeks once i get the hang of driving it which should be fun.

    A friend of mine ran a 400whp eclipse (front wheel drive) at the track with normal wheels...ran 13.5

    He said if he had traction he would have done a lot better. His old 16G turbo got better numbers.

    He's trying to sell his car now...because he said it's not worth having 400whp on a front wheel drive car unless slicks become legal.

    Still...nice numbers...put 400whp on a wrx/sti......
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    and with a ****ty driver you still have a 13 second car, or a broken five speed.

    look up what fadiwrx did at the track with his fp greened STi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpjester View Post
    What modifications are you running that your car can support 30 pounds of boost + ?

    pretty much built everything.
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    This a trailer car? You don't drive it on the street do you? I'm going to Lancaster next month. If I see a blue SRT4, I'm running the other way!

    Good numbers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavia View Post
    This a trailer car? You don't drive it on the street do you? I'm going to Lancaster next month. If I see a blue SRT4, I'm running the other way!

    Good numbers!
    drove it to and from work 45min today.
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    -02 WRX 13.8@96 stock SOLD
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    -04 STi 13.3@102 stock. SOLD
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    Thats sick dude! Congrats on breaking 600ponies.
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    Congrats!

    Guy I work with had an opportunity to buy an '04 SRT-4, but he was worried about what kind of shape it was in. Looks good, but he'd heard horror stories on how the previous owner dogged it.

    Ended up getting a 3rd generation Eclipse GS, believe it or not. Kind of weird, but he's happy, so that's all that matters I guess. He said if he can get it up to around 250whp or so he'll be satisfied.

    BTW, I noticed in the bookstore the other week that Grassroots Motorsports had a big write-up on the SRT-4, if anyone's interested.
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