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What's Your 0-60/0-100 Time

Just wondering what some of the 0-60/0-100 times are for some of the modded machines here is. My owners manual claims 0-100 in 5.1, '85 Euro spec with 300HP so I'd rekon that with 500HP it'd be some where around 4.3/4.4?
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Depends on how hard you launch the car I'd say

My Protomotive Stage3 build spec *should* get me from 0-60 @ ~3.6s, but I've never launched it that hard and I don't intend to do it to find out. I need my axles to last as this is my daily driver
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Depends on how hard you launch the car I'd say

My Protomotive Stage3 build spec *should* get me from 0-60 @ ~3.6s, but I've never launched it that hard and I don't intend to do it to find out. I need my axles to last as this is my daily driver
Yeh, I mean hard launch full throttle to achieve the best time, as in magazine testing, it's not mine launches!
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On a 500 horse car with TRACTION, your looking at absolutly torching the new 997 twin's 0-60 time. Especially if you have the 4 speed box with and an extended redline- no shifts before 60 where the 997 has got to hit 2nd gear to hit 60. I just use the 997 as a benchmark, but in reality, the 997 has a good 500 lbs or more on a stock 930. But the only way to get a 500 hp+ 930 to hook is drag radials/slicks and really stiff rear springs/t-bars. Eddie Bello used to lift the wheels off the ground and he use Toyo street tires with 550 LB rear springs. 9.13 at 150/160 mph
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30 - 100MPH is a more usable indicator, and safer on the driveline.
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On a 500 horse car with TRACTION, your looking at absolutly torching the new 997 twin's 0-60 time. Especially if you have the 4 speed box with and an extended redline- no shifts before 60 where the 997 has got to hit 2nd gear to hit 60. I just use the 997 as a benchmark, but in reality, the 997 has a good 500 lbs or more on a stock 930. But the only way to get a 500 hp+ 930 to hook is drag radials/slicks and really stiff rear springs/t-bars. Eddie Bello used to lift the wheels off the ground and he use Toyo street tires with 550 LB rear springs. 9.13 at 150/160 mph
Zero camber should help too. Not sure how the 997tt's camber would be doing hard launches. We know that our cars will stay the same as they are set, only the toe alters.
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30 - 100MPH is a more usable indicator, and safer on the driveline.
yeh but 0-60/0-100 is still the benchmark.
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There are a a few variables involved when you add the word "modded".

For instance, if you leave your 300HP engine alone and do a close ratio 5spd tranny swap you can hit 0-60 in the mid-4s and 0-100 in 10 seconds. You don't need 500HP to hit those numbers.
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There are a a few variables involved when you add the word "modded".

For instance, if you leave your 300HP engine alone and do a close ratio 5spd tranny swap you can hit 0-60 in the mid-4s and 0-100 in 10 seconds. You don't need 500HP to hit those numbers.
Yep, know that. All I'm asking is does anyone have/know their 0/60 time regardless of their mods, I'm mearly interested to know how they compare against times of other makes, old or new
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