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Hell yeah!!! This will be a great thread to follow!

Have you ever contemplated running a 964C4 instead, surely with 4wd you'd wipe the floor with these guys, I guess it's heavier and more to go wrong though, not sure if the C4 box could hold your power too.

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Old 06-19-2012, 06:43 PM
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Congrats Eddie !!!!!!!!

They had to invite you, If someone wants to be crowned the best they
first have to be able to beat the best.

I can't wait and will all be rooting for you all the way.

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( hehe ) that was a cool video. It made me smile.
Thou, I am not much into drag racing 911's. I still think it is cool that someone
is willing to do so.
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Eddie, any way you could mount some wheelie bars? Or maybe try adding some weight to the nose of the car? That and a progressive boost controller should get you in the 8's
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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
WOW, what a honour! GOD "SPEED" to you Eddie

BTW, what kind of front fenders are you using on your car? I like the sloped headlights. Looks like a 993?
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thank you, the fenders 2 in 1 997,964 i did it for aerodynamic reasons,Bob andzamo did my old car turbo s fenders when i called him. he wasn't working on porsche anymore. so i did it myself i love the look. really need to take it to a wind tunnel.
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Congrats Eddie. Sounds like a Helluva Show! Go show those Multi-link rear suspension guys what's up!

I'm dying to know, (among many other questions), but fully understand if you would rather not say but, do you use a "light weight" flywheel??
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I think light weight flywheel is one of the first thing to do on the 911 turbo !

Eddie, do you know yours 60-130mph (or 100-200kph) times please ?

Wheelie is very amazing :P but you should add some weight to the nose for your next dallas 1/2 race
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Lightweight flywheels actually diminish hard launching in drag racing. 60-ft time would decrease with a heavier one.

That's why a 911 can't do a wheelie unless you make big boost off the line.
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Ok for launching drag but light flywheel is great for overall performance and runs.
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True, but as you've seen, Eddie's car is drag and 1-mile - both benefitting from a heavier flywheel.
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my flywheel is about 17 to 18lbs i don't know if that's considered light or heavy. it a copy of a RSR but heavier.
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[QUOTE=rodolf;6815410]I think light weight flywheel is one of the first thing to do on the 911 turbo !

Eddie, do you know yours 60-130mph (or 100-200kph) times please ?

Wheelie is very amazing :P but you should add some weight to the nose for your ne
xt dallas 1/2 race [/QU
a friend of mine loan me a v box 4.3 on the street spinning second send it back to him. ha asked me how did i make the run i told him i got up to 60mph and get on it. he said i did it wrong. i needed to get on it at 30mph to late i have sent it back to him in C.A.
on the track 0 to 130 6.2 in the1/8
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0-130 in 6.2, you've got to love that!!! And you're probably wasting a fair bit just spinning the wheels.....
Yeh the idea with the 60-130 is to roll on around 30ish as you say, and then gun it. You'll probably be well under 4 seconds Eddie, which is bonkers!!
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my flywheel is about 17 to 18lbs i don't know if that's considered light or heavy. it a copy of a RSR but heavier.
You have a light flywheel ! Mine is 17lbs (964 RS flywheel). So we can make wheelie with a light flywheel (less torque than heavier !!)
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a friend of mine loan me a v box 4.3 on the street spinning second send it back to him. ha asked me how did i make the run i told him i got up to 60mph and get on it. he said i did it wrong. i needed to get on it at 30mph to late i have sent it back to him in C.A.
on the track 0 to 130 6.2 in the1/8
0-130mph (0-209kph) in 6.2s that is amazing !! In spite of wheeling or spinning !!

Eddie, see this post : 6speedonline's official 60-130, 1/4 Mile, and Standing Mile list - 6speedonline.com Forums

You will meet some of them (water cool engine) at the dallas 1/2 race meeting
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I didn't see but you already beat all most famous "water cool engines" !! With your old 964C2TT !!

STANDING MILE LIST
236.6 - Eddie Bello / 964C2TT
234.6 - EVOMS / 997TT
231.4 - joetwint / 996TT
224.8 - EVOMS / 997TT
221.2 - art4iza / 996TT
218.6 - topgun / 996TT
215.6 - KPG / 996TT
206.3 - VividRacing / 997TT

1/4 mile E.T.'s/Trap Speeds:
09.17 @ 161.x - Eddie Bello / 964C2TT
09.67 @ 149.8 – EVOMS / RWD
09.79 @ 146.4 - dk996tt / 997TT AWD
09.90 @ 149.1 - EVOMS / 997TT AWD
09.90 @ 148.6 - Bahrain 996TT / 997TT AWD TIP
09.91 @ 145.6 - Markski / RWD
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Thank you for answering Eddie. Sorry to pry, I just wondered if you might be

using something heavy to tame your initial boost curve as that

monster comes alive! Thanks again
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Interesting that the first 3 spots for Air Cooled Porsche's are Pelican Members

Older model Porsches (993 and earlier):
In order of E.T.:
09.17 @ 161.x - Eddie Bello / 964C2TT
09.79 @ 146.5 - JetJox 964TT
10.5x @ 155.x - Eddie Bello / 964 C2TT
10.75 @ 135.4 - Tito / 1988 911 Carrera (Single Turbo)
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HELLO TO ALL
one company I really need to thank GT GUARD differential
in the past I broken a lots of LSD UNITS AND FIRST GEAR since i switched over to GUARD haven't had any more problems. one less thing to WORRY about and i'm not just talking to talk. if you watch my pass videos you'll see the car always had problems leaving the starting line and specially in second car would get squirrely sometimes would have to abort the run in competiton. now I have total control of my car. i recommend it to everyone. drag racing, road racing, and what i do the most of street. i'm still not given it justice my next video will.
I just want to say THANK YOU GT GUARD for all your help signs Eddie Bello

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