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Old 11-18-2012, 06:00 PM
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Post your best 0-60 time here

Hi everyone. I used the 0-60 feature for the first time today. I was wondering what times everyone was getting with their challengers. Post your best 0-60 time with the year and model that you have. Also, a picture of your best time on the EVIC if you have it.


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Old 11-18-2012, 06:11 PM
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you might want to use this thread instead of another new one.

Post your personal best 0-60 times..
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Okay. Thanks!


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not sure if this is the best / right place to post this but since it is the essense of my question I've put it here. I installed an Airaid CAI on friday . . . . prior to the install I had a 5.22 0-60 . . . . well this weekend I took 2 shots, thinking I would at least match that time . . . . well now it seems my tires are spinning more at take-off. the best I ran was a 5.40. Is this typical, I certainly feel more response with CAI, so what's a guy to do?
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You probably are making more HP/Torque and hence spinning tires. Practice
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ok, bare in mind that I'm an infant at all this . . . . when you say practice how does one "get on it" but avoid the tire spin? . . . . seems like one of those "fine line" things . . . . so any advice to the "rookie" would be greatly appreciated
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