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Old 04-14-2005, 03:56   #1 (permalink)
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Quarter mile times/speed

What sort of quarter mile times/speeds are you getting out of the stock XR6 turbo falcs?
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Re: Quarter mile times/speed

Looking at around 14.5 aren't you guys?
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Old 04-14-2005, 19:10   #3 (permalink)
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Haven't seen any 'average' times for the XR6T 6 speed manuals recently, but the auto's on a cooler day are averaging 14.1 to 14.3 stock. Not sure of the terminal speed however. Motor recently tested the Mk2 with the 6 speed, but it was 40 degrees and the car suffered terribly in the heat (like most turbo's) with a 14.8. This would not be considered average however for this model.
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thanks guys .seen one at drags the other day and only did 14.6 (ute).
spose they'd be a bugger of a thing to launch with all that tourqe
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I've done 14.308 @ 101mph and yes it is a bugger to get away cleanly.
A best 60ft 2.44 (bogged down) was even slower with wheel spin
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Re: Quarter mile times/speed

My very frist attempt I got a 14.7@98Mph, 2.4sec 60ft. If I get a chance to practice expect to see a stock ute do 14.3 at best at around 100mph - I havn't driven down the 1/4 since.

The Aussie record for stock sedan manual is 13.85@101MPH by xxxr6t of the XR6 Turbo Forum. Was done at Moterplex, WA on the 7th April 2005.
24 degrees ambient and 32 degrees track with 60% humidity.
His 60ft time was 2.16sec.
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My very frist attempt I got a 14.7@98Mph, 2.4sec 60ft. If I get a chance to practice expect to see a stock ute do 14.3 at best at around 100mph - I havn't driven down the 1/4 since.

The Aussie record for stock sedan manual is 13.85@101MPH by xxxr6t of the XR6 Turbo Forum. Was done at Moterplex, WA on the 7th April 2005.
24 degrees ambient and 32 degrees track with 60% humidity.
His 60ft time was 2.16sec.

This could get ugly!!!

Define "stock"

This claim is under this exact cloud on the XR6T forum.
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Re: Quarter mile times/speed

With a cold air intake, K+N filter, and the centre muffler removed, I ran a 14.49 at 101mph in my Ute. I think thats about average.

Havent tried it since the edit, but it will be certainly different running 11psi!
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Define "stock"

This claim is under this exact cloud on the XR6T forum.
Untouched, no changes, never lifted the bonnet up before.

Variations, tyre pressure, fuel type, quantity, weight of driver, driving skill.
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Untouched, no changes, never lifted the bonnet up before.

Variations, tyre pressure, fuel type, quantity, weight of driver, driving skill.

The WA car has CAI and k&n filter . Still a fantastic effort but not stock .
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