The variable factor will be density altitude. Hence “estimate”. Your 14.088 in a zero da should come in around 13.62Gonna play devil's advocate here. A friend of mine has a stock scat and constantly runs it almost every week at the track. Granted, she preps it well running radials at certain psi, and removes the back seat.
The lowest she's gotten is 11.640 at 117.52mph. Plugging her time in that estimator is slightly off saying she should be running 11.5. Even plugging my 3.6's mph of 100.01, it's saying that I should be a 13.629 when I got 14.088.
I know it's an estimation but I wouldn't use the calculator as a be all end all...at the same time...a 9 second stock Scat is REALLY far-fetched.
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