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paulr33

Sau Vic - Drag Times And Results

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when ya going next tav? I wanna take mine out and see what she'll pull haha!

Perhaps we could make an event of it? I'm keen too. Just need to sort out some better brakes n fatter rubber.

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Here is my PB in skyline r33:

220KW

245 rears

Heathcote

13.3

2.28 60ft

rb25

Running s15 sunday hopefully so ill update.

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heres a q... i ran 13.1 @ 105mph with 1.9sec 60 footers.. with 205kw..

assuming i can still drive.. what am i looking at with semi slicks and 320kw? is low 11s out of the q. Pump fuel, Coil overs. Full street trim.

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Well its not going to be a soft rear end drag setup. Its going to be full street style, drive there race and drive home (factoring in nothing blows up/breaks)

It was pretty good with traction last time i raced it and good traction on the street when i made 300kw but it wasnt as responsive as i had liked.

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Iv heard heathcote is pretty shit when it comes to track quality. Id much rather calder park. See how we go hey

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Perhaps we could make an event of it? I'm keen too. Just need to sort out some better brakes n fatter rubber.

An event for it would be pretty good

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i have more traction on the street than i did at heathcote

My mate with his XR8 didn't find it to bad, he said gotta hold the burnout for a couple of seconds to make it a bit quicker off the line though.

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i have more traction on the street than i did at heathcote

Me too. I'd hope for the open to public events though that they prep the track somewhat.

The staff there were laidback as shit though, which was awesome

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calder last night, my first time ever drag racing

my first run got me

15.132 @ 93.91 MPH with a 2.4sec 60 ft

my best run got me

14.217 @ 93.49 MPH with a 1.915 sec 60ft

10psi/front mount/3inch from dump, Dr drift dyno says 136kw.

235 595ss running street psi (38psi) and 6kg bc in the rear set at the softest setting.

i have no clue if thats fast or slow for my car, but im happy, i was getting consistent 14.2** when i launched properly.

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i have more traction on the street than i did at heathcote

If thats the case theres NO CHANCE id be running my car there in full street

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when ya going next tav? I wanna take mine out and see what she'll pull haha!

I went with shanu with his r33 GTST last month at calder.

He ran 11.7sec with a 1.7foot launch doing 200mph.

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He ran 11.7sec with a 1.7foot launch doing 200mph.

wut? I think you mean 200kmh dude

How long since the original list on the first page has been updated?

Probably ages... you ever been down the 1/4? I'm itching to get out there again

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Anyonw running in the 10's other than Leewah? Says he has 600RwKw+? :S If anyone is, would be interested in knowing set up's/tires and 60ft time...looking at slowy trying to crack a high 10 once everything is set up.

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Leewah's car ran 10.4 with 440rwkw.

Im off to heathcote with 370rwkw on Sunday. If i can get a 1.65-1.7 60ft and then dont stuff a gearchange (or break a gearbox) - it'll be high 10s.

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