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Awesome! That Vette got beat badly

The second gear wheelies are unique for a 911 streetcar. Wow-wow-wow!!
You can see how he tries to keep the front down by launching gently, but still...

Boost per gear seems the way to go here.
Thats how Skinne from Norway handles his 900-ish hp beetle with the same mph, but he is in the 8's. Its all in the launch:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AmDoqaNic0

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I think there's a 1800 pound difference in weight LOL
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I knew you were gonna say that, but it also has 2 cylinders and 1000cc's more.

The weight difference is also more like half what you mention. Similar hp/weight and same mph is always interesting to see what others do to make it work.

Its not about bragging, I was just trying to help mate...
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Make no mistake, the VW guys have done an absolutely fantastic job plugging some huge numbers!
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That Skinne VW is just plain sick. It was built by Tor Řyvind Skinne who is 90% blind. He builds and tunes by sound. He's using a 930 4 speed in that thing.
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If he can keep that 60ft time of the first slip and the boost/power/mph of the last...

Is he running a dedicated drag slick like the M&H Racemaster tire? If not, he should really. 1.5's 60ft should be very possible then imo.

Which FP turbo's does he run atm?

Very cool to see, keep posting this pls :-)
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Eddie, doing a 1.6X 60ft time in a car with no rotating mass (flywheel) is insane!

Driving my brothers race car, I've done 1.45 IIRC and it hurts you when it does that quick of a 60 foot.

Once again, pulling a 1.6 is unbelievable for these tiny motors with little rotating mass.
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Eddie, doing a 1.6X 60ft time in a car with no rotating mass (flywheel) is insane!

Driving my brothers race car, I've done 1.45 IIRC and it hurts you when it does that quick of a 60 foot.

Once again, pulling a 1.6 is unbelievable for these tiny motors with little rotating mass.
my best 60 foot 1.48 but the tranny broke second gear. i lost myself i don't know what happened . i only do good in competition. not by myself. but i'm almost there
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Eddie, can you enlighten us on the water to air system you were running? The narrow body, wingless Porsche running 9s is still my favourite video, would have blown those away who don't know of you! I remember Juan said something about it running too well, being too cold? Maybe I imagined that? Would love to know how you did it as I have a turbo carrera without a tail and don't want to mount one, love the sleeper look.
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the problem i had air temp was to cold using e98. if you watch the video good the car misfire in first bogs in second then takes off. my intercooler to efficient to big. you would think that's a good thing .driving back home the car felt so fast then realize i forgot to turn on the water pumps. next day put it on the dyno let the water heat up to about 150 to 160 deg made a run 1140hp 28psi dump out the water put cold water in ran it again 50 to 60 deg 28psi 1112hp misfired in mid range. did some research i'm sorry i can't share the A/F every fuel has a best operating temp rating. so i took the water intercooler out, put back air to air works great.
yes with some time buying smaller intercooler i can make it work hard to drive around with heat soak in traffic too much of a hassle more thing to go wrong and no hp gain. works better with gasoline. might be a good thing for you . i also like it with out the tail

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Great post/story and great info!
Thanks for sharing. I am sure you'll get that elusive '8' soon.
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You use Haltech as I heard? Does it have an MAT fuel correction table (temp vs MAP/TPS or the like)? And if so, have you tuned it ok? Maybe a silly question but if there isn't a decent correction table, such a big change of temperature will surely mess up fuel table as standalone ECU's mostly compute fuel pulsewidth based on ideal gas law.



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the problem i had air temp was to cold using e98. if you watch the video good the car misfire in first bogs in second then takes off. my intercooler to officient to big. you would think that's a good thing .driving back home the car felt so fast then realize i forgot to turn on the water pumps. next day put it on the dyno let the water heat up to about 150 to 160 deg made a run 1140hp 28psi dump out the water put cold water in ran it again 50 to 60 deg 28psi 1112hp misfired in mid range. did some research i'm sorry i can't share the A/F every fuel has a best operating temp rating. so i took the water intercooler out, put back air to air works great.
yes with some time buying smaller intercooler i can make it work hard to drive around with heat soak in traffic too much of a hassle more thing to go wrong and no hp gain. works better with gasoline. might be a good thing for you . i also like it with out the tail
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absolutrly,i know how to tune,going to swich to motec soon. remember the F1 turbo era used both air and water intercooler to keep the temperature consistent for same reason.
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Thanks a lot for the reply Eddie! Very interesting.

Are you going to tell us about your shop in NYC, services, products etc you offer?
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Eddie, doing a 1.6X 60ft time in a car with no rotating mass (flywheel) is insane!



Driving my brothers race car, I've done 1.45 IIRC and it hurts you when it does that quick of a 60 foot.



Once again, pulling a 1.6 is unbelievable for these tiny motors with little rotating mass.

my best 60 foot 1.48 but the tranny broke second gear. i lost myself i don't know what happened . i only do good in competition. not by myself. but i'm almost there
That is unreal! Wow, impressive.
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and the video...........





H O L Y CRAP !!! That is amazing!!!!!


Yeah, I'll love to ride in that puppy too! Thanks for sharing the video!
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I have some great NEWS I just got invited to the dallas 1/2 race invitatations only. going to settle it, air vs water all of the top builders in the country will be there 996,997,gt40,the sounds of the underground lambo and others can't wait in october. I think i'm going to port another set of heads. lol
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it call king of the street 2012 in tx. I going to try my best to represent air cooled motor. god be with me, who can be against me.

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Mr. Bello, we will be rooting for you! No matter what happens I will always have respect for what you have accomplished. Thanks for representing air cooled 911's!

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