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Old 04-18-2009, 10:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, visited the track last night and turned a 13.599 E.T. @ 102.04 mph with whats in my sig, spraying a conservative amount of straight water with standard nozzles with the Snow kit. I still don't have a lockup switch, which I plan on adding that for next time. This time IS with the 35x12.50 M/Ts listed in my sig. EGT at the end were 1463 degrees. I was surprised to see that high of an EGT with the water and the fact I have no pump mods and 25 sticks.

For reference in case anyone else has the same combo and wondering, settings were Smarty SW7, RP1, TM2, Timing2, Wastegate OFF, Shift Defuel ON. Quad box tuned to pressure only on PL5 (max). The pressure definately makes a noticeable difference, especially on top end. This run was with a full 7 gallon Snow reservoir and a full tank of fuel, so I figure I was carrying around an extra 200 lbs that I didn't have to have.

Hope to inch closer to 12.999 by years end. Anybody have recommendations on what's the cheapest way to get there?
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Old 04-18-2009, 11:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Lock up switch should get you there. It will shave off 1/2-1 second on your time.

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Lock up switch should get you there. It will shave off 1/2-1 second on your time.

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Been there, done that? What type of lockup? Manual or the $575 variety?
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that and use a little meth with that water when your spraying,
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id say some 200 ddp's will get you there
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loose the 35's for a night, throw the lockup switch on,bigger sticks an do some work to your cp3 an you should be in the 12's easy. suprised your not there already since you have a reg cab.....
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Been there, done that? What type of lockup? Manual or the $575 variety?
I've just got a manual switch, much cheaper!

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what psi are you launching at? lock up switch does help a ton, when you use it right. and like mentioned above, a little meth would help.
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that and use a little meth with that water when your spraying,
I was thinking that may help a little too!
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id say some 200 ddp's will get you there
Just put on an Aurora 500 with those and bust some a**!
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loose the 35's for a night, throw the lockup switch on,bigger sticks an do some work to your cp3 an you should be in the 12's easy. suprised your not there already since you have a reg cab.....
Yeah, I was hoping my regular cab status would carry me closer to 12s, but the bigger tires has more than made up the difference in a quad cab and regular I think.

I was thinking of sending these small injectors off the ExtrudeHone and getting them reamed out for $300. Seems alot cheaper than other alternatives. What do you think of this and the arson III kit? If $700 could get me there I'd be more than happy!

I'd like to do it with the 35's on and a full tank of fuel, so that there's no question. I'd like to say on any given day at any time I have a 12 second truck.
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I've just got a manual switch, much cheaper!

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Do you lock it up after it hits 2nd gear? Is the manual switch any harder on the truck than say a co-pilot? I don't know how the co-pilot operates. Does the truck shift back down with it on, or do you have to unlock it after the end of the run? I know you have to unlock it before you stop. I've already bought the resistors to do it with, just kinda holding off till I talked with someone that has used one and what the results are.
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