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    New time slip!

    This is full weight, spare tire and all on 94 octane pump gas and 20 psi of boost running 11.0 to 11.5 air fuel ratio. I was launching at 5000 on Blizzack snow tires.

    Gona get some summer tires on it and see if I can pull some 1.7 60's out of it I ran rock steady consistant traps of 110 mph on the last three runs, with a 108 mph trap on my first run where I bogged the living **** out of the car on the launch.

    Here is the slip....

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    Originally posted by josnroh
    Wow-Was that with the Wrx or the Evo?
    That is in the EVO. The WRX is stock

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    I've heard blizzaks are hard to beat on launching. Supposedly they are super soft and provide just _not_ enough grip to give you that nice 1 second burn out from the dig and then grip well afterwards. I have my LM-22s on, I think im going to bring that to the track instead of my Yokos to test it out.

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    vicbdn: My Blizzak LM22's in 215/45/17 mounted on Rota Tarmacs weigh 2-3 lbs (bathroom scale accuracy) more apiece than my 225/45/17 PZero Neros mounted on Rota Subzeros. I think the Tarmacs are only supposed to weigh 1 lb more than the Subzeros. So the smaller Blizzaks actually weigh a bit more than my Pirelli's.

    Better grip only helps you for that first 30 feet or less at our level of speed with AWD. Lighter tires/wheels = better trap speeds and help you the whole length of the track. Of course, it's all relative, since John Force won't be using Honda Civic spare tires on the back of his car anytime soon in the name of saving a bit of weight.

    Keith: Nice kickass times on the EVO. For those of us not familar with the car, what mods are on it?


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    Originally posted by vicbdn
    I've heard blizzaks are hard to beat on launching. Supposedly they are super soft and provide just _not_ enough grip to give you that nice 1 second burn out from the dig and then grip well afterwards. I have my LM-22s on, I think im going to bring that to the track instead of my Yokos to test it out.
    That may be true of the performance oriented LM-22s.... I am on the "knoby truck tire" style WS-50's I was launching as hard as possible with no spin and no bog, with summer tires that threashold will be much higher.

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    Originally posted by Dan00Hawk
    Keith: Nice kickass times on the EVO. For those of us not familar with the car, what mods are on it?
    Thanks!

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    This setup with a conservative tune (11.0 to 11.5 A/F ratio under boost) gave me 332 HP and 340 lb-ft torque at the wheels on a dynapack AWD dyno. Looking at my trap speed I was making closer to 355 HP at the wheels at the track, no doubt due to the nice cool spring air

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    What was next to you with the 16sec 1/4?

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    Originally posted by skoobywrx
    What was next to you with the 16sec 1/4?
    That was a Vtec Prelude. I posted about it in the "prelude kill" thread here when someone was saying how fast teh lude's are

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