2002 Cobb Stage I WRX vs 2002 SS Camaro - Page 4

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This is a discussion on 2002 Cobb Stage I WRX vs 2002 SS Camaro within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Trainrex Love the car in your avatar. What mods? Sorry, off topic....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    Love the car in your avatar. What mods?

    Sorry, off topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat 4 View Post
    I've never seen one of these "magical" LS1 Camaros run faster than a 13.60 in bone stock trim at the track either, yet I keep hearing about these "common" 13.10s-13.20s for LS1 F-Bodies....
    If conditions are close to ideal, then it's possible. My 98 Formula once squeaked out a 13.32 at 104.5 mph (automatic trans). Typically, though it ran mid to high 13's when completely stock before I started modding it. I'd say it's "common" for the BEST ET for someone's LS1 F-body to be low 13's, but it may not "commonly" do it. People too often assume that a vehicle's best time is infinitely repeatable, when in all reality it may only do that once out of 50 times... Food for thought.


    2007 VW GTI 6 spd. No times yet
    2000 Firehawk convertible 6spd- 12.52 @ 114.7 mph. 2.09 60'

    Sold: 2004 Mini Cooper S. 14.95 @ 93.8 mph.
    Sold: 2004 GTO 6 spd. 13.4 @ 104.5 mph
    Sold: 2002 WRX 5spd. 13.39 @100.7 mph. 1.81 60'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan00Hawk View Post
    If conditions are close to ideal, then it's possible. My 98 Formula once squeaked out a 13.32 at 104.5 mph (automatic trans). Typically, though it ran mid to high 13's when completely stock before I started modding it. I'd say it's "common" for the BEST ET for someone's LS1 F-body to be low 13's, but it may not "commonly" do it. People too often assume that a vehicle's best time is infinitely repeatable, when in all reality it may only do that once out of 50 times... Food for thought.
    Don't forget, because Evan Smith tested a 2002 SS at 12.90s that it means that all LS1 SSes run 12.90s!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat 4 View Post
    Don't forget, because Evan Smith tested a 2002 SS at 12.90s that it means that all LS1 SSes run 12.90s!
    Of course! At least when discussing it on message boards!


    2007 VW GTI 6 spd. No times yet
    2000 Firehawk convertible 6spd- 12.52 @ 114.7 mph. 2.09 60'

    Sold: 2004 Mini Cooper S. 14.95 @ 93.8 mph.
    Sold: 2004 GTO 6 spd. 13.4 @ 104.5 mph
    Sold: 2002 WRX 5spd. 13.39 @100.7 mph. 1.81 60'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan00Hawk View Post
    Of course! At least when discussing it on message boards!
    Exactly!

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