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Old 02-22-2013, 10:43 AM
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I have run my '11 str8 m6 392 to # 26: 555ss 12.685@109.16 1.878 60' 392 M6 Stock
as shown on on DADS TOYS list ( thanks to him for keeping the list!!!!)
The car is dead stock, but track prep was pretty good that night and it was cool out side this was my 2nd time at the track with this car.
My previous best was 12.99 in hot air and that was 1st time I ran the car.
That being said I have seen others run no better than 14.5 on the same on the same night.... the trick is the launch and don't hit the rev limiter shift 200 rpm early and run about 20 psi in the good years.......

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I did a 8.4 92 MPH 1/8 mile what would that indicate on a 1/4?
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I'm mid to high 12's in 2012 6-speed. Can also screw up my shift and run some pretty nice 14's too If you can, get your SRT to a closed course as well as the strip - you will likely need to do a day training to be allowed on the track, but I love getting mine out there and drifting it - great car to push to its limits, but plan on buying new tires pretty regularly. I had to get new tires at about 5500 miles from taking it to the track.
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Here's my slip. I'm #132. 2011 M6 392. 90 degree day at 5,500 ft above sea level. Altitude kills you.

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Originally Posted by B5Classic View Post
Here's my slip. I'm #132. 2011 M6 392. 90 degree day at 5,500 ft above sea level. Altitude kills you.

Dom
Well that 2.3 60 foot is what really killed you. In August, that could not ahve been a friendly density altitude day, I bet you could hit 13s easy on a better day with practice.

The track here in ABQ is 5350 feet and I'll see what I can do in a month or so.
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Originally Posted by B5Classic View Post
Here's my slip. I'm #132. 2011 M6 392. 90 degree day at 5,500 ft above sea level. Altitude kills you.

Dom
Bandimere is 5800' static elevation.. We are lucky to see corrected elevation of 7-8K.. We are around 1-1.2 seconds slower up here from the 20% power loss we experience..

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Well that 2.3 60 foot is what really killed you. In August, that could not ahve been a friendly density altitude day, I bet you could hit 13s easy on a better day with practice.

The track here in ABQ is 5350 feet and I'll see what I can do in a month or so.
Yep, 60's were low.. On a T&T night they tend to be lax with the track prep here.. Cut the 2.3 down to a 2.0 and you're in the mid 13's which is what they "should" run up here in ideal conditions.. 6.1's autos are in the mid 14's here stock with some of the challengers getting into the lower 14's..

Tough to run up in the clouds..
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I did a 8.4 92 MPH 1/8 mile what would that indicate on a 1/4?
~13.20's..
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