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Impressive numbers...not many cars can hit 12's..especially these old girls...will you be installing LSD in the future?
Thank you!

Doubt I'll put an LSD in unless one falls in my lap cheap.
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My 930 can do a 1/4 mile in 10.8 seconds at 142 mph, maybe you can challenge me sometime
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Looks good Cory.

Having been in this car its pretty quick. Good number back that up. Would be great to see that happens with full traction.
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My 930 can do a 1/4 mile in 10.8 seconds at 142 mph, maybe you can challenge me sometime
My car would be putting it's tail between its legs!

But, once I get this diff cover put on, slicks, and using antilag leaving at about 5+ PSI of boost, shooting for deep 11's just for bragging rights. A one time thing.

Post a vid, would love to see!

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Looks good Cory.



Having been in this car its pretty quick. Good number back that up. Would be great to see that happens with full traction.
Thanks Jamie. Wonder what the ITB's can do? Hmmm....
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My car would be putting it's tail between its legs!

But, once I get this diff cover put on, slicks, and using antilag leaving at about 5+ PSI of boost, shooting for deep 11's just for bragging rights. A one time thing.

Post a vid, would love to see!
My car has 18 psi of boost, but no antilag Back in the summer of last year, I took my Slant to the Texas Motor Speedway for their annual drag race they have every summer on Friday for six weeks and took on a Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo. He didn't stand a chance Though it was only an eighth of a mile and not a full 1/4 mile.
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Your car sounds just like mine, BTW
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^^^ very cool!
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Do you happen to know what the top speed of your car is? What's the fastest you've ever driven it?
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Do you happen to know what the top speed of your car is? What's the fastest you've ever driven it?
It has a stock G50 but I'm running about an inch taller tire.

So maybe a tad over 170? Gear limited, not HP.

But no, I've never been over 140. When I did do 140, it was maybe half throttle and I could hear the WG dumping exhaust and it sounded like a jet engine I remember.
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Wait, you did 10.8 @ 142 with only 545hp?? Did you not update your sig?
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Damit, I have to get down to Austin and meet you and Jamie, if you will let me in the shop! You guys are doing some pretty amazzing things there. I am lost with all this megasquirt stuff, give me a head and I can rebuild it, give me a computer I'm lost lol
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Do you happen to know what the top speed of your car is? What's the fastest you've ever driven it?
I see your Top Speed is listed at 217. I hope you don't try that with the top up - as it would probably rip the thing right off!!

Also, may want to consider a roll bar and helmet for 100+

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Wait, you did 10.8 @ 142 with only 545hp?? Did you not update your sig?
Well, actually those specs came from the build records my car came with when I bought it, I never ran a 1/4 myself, but I think it's accurate.
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I see your Top Speed is listed at 217. I hope you don't try that with the top up - as it would probably rip the thing right off!!

Also, may want to consider a roll bar and helmet for 100+

Nice Car!!
I'll probably never drive it that fast anyway, the fastest I've ever driven it was 140, but I am kinda interested in adding a roll cage to my car. My 951 has a roll cage, but it's nowhere near as fast as my 930.
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Damit, I have to get down to Austin and meet you and Jamie, if you will let me in the shop! You guys are doing some pretty amazzing things there. I am lost with all this megasquirt stuff, give me a head and I can rebuild it, give me a computer I'm lost lol
I don't have a shop (dad has a resto shop) but meeting would be great. You did a great job on my heads!

Anytime you are in Austin, let me know, Craig.

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It has a stock G50 but I'm running about an inch taller tire.

So maybe a tad over 170? Gear limited, not HP.

But no, I've never been over 140. When I did do 140, it was maybe half throttle and I could hear the WG dumping exhaust and it sounded like a jet engine I remember.
Ah, that's pretty fast for a turbocharged Carrera The fastest I've ever driven mine was 140 as well.
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Well, actually those specs came from the build records my car came with when I bought it, I never ran a 1/4 myself, but I think it's accurate.
I'd say that is your rear wheel HP to do 142?
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I'd say that is your rear wheel HP to do 142?
I actually don't know what my whp is, I just know that my engine makes 545 hp, which is most likely the bhp, but my car did come with a dyno sheet, so I'll probably look at it some more later.
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545 wheel would make a lot more sense to me. Let us know.
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