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Old 11-13-2005, 03:05   #1 (permalink)
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12.7 @107 TE 250 NA on 205/60/15 street tires

well i finialy ran it ..

4000 stall
180 rwkw 250 crossflow
3.7 open wheeler.
205/60/15's


It went a 12.9 with full exhaust, and 110 deg water temp, air temp was 60 deg temp (it was warm)

waited for it to cool down, droped the pipes and i ran 2 12.7's at 107 ... But the calder crappy printer was up the creek.. shitty thing :< Last run of the night i bent a push rod at half track (no one) and went a 12.8 @??? as the mph wasnt printed on the sheet for sum reason
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well i finialy ran it ..

4000 stall
180 rwkw 250 crossflow
3.7 open wheeler.
205/60/15's


It went a 12.9 with full exhaust, and 110 deg water temp, air temp was 60 deg temp (it was warm)

waited for it to cool down, droped the pipes and i ran 2 12.7's at 107 ... But the calder crappy printer was up the creek.. shitty thing :< Last run of the night i bent a push rod at half track (no one) and went a 12.8 @??? as the mph wasnt printed on the sheet for sum reason
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Well done , some work to get the 200 + rwkw and you can join the wises wagon (el) in the 11 sec bracket . worth it when you mash a rex.
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Re: 12.7 @107 TE 250 NA on 205/60/15 street tires

that one kwik 6 good stuff
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Re: 12.7 @107 TE 250 NA on 205/60/15 street tires

Awesome time there mate, and 180rwkw that's incredible. What was done to the engine if you don't mind me asking... Why only 205's as some 225/50's etc.. would grip better surely?
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Re: 12.7 @107 TE 250 NA on 205/60/15 street tires

Cose they were the only tires i had :<.... Um a fair bit of work hasw been done to the motor, mainly being Custom EFi etup , wade 260@.050 and 560 lift, rollers,pipes, Ported head, oversize valves... THere are some things i done the wrong way in the engine build up.... but im happy with it how it goes... next time out i want a 12.50... going to use 215's mabie 225's dont want to go a slick yet
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