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post #1 of 9 Old 07-04-2008, 12:39 AM Thread Starter
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what et at 101+

My car has been 101.2 mph in the qauter and almost 80 mph in the 8th but has only run low 14's with dull 2.2 60 ft's due to the 2.73 geat and the stock converter and trans. Im kinda curious of what you guys are running et wise at around 101 mph.
My other cars been 100.5 on the motor at 13.3 with a low to mid 1.8 so im guessing I have to be close to that et in my stang if I get the 5 spd in and the gears on a good hook. SO what have you guys done at 101mph?

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ive been 13.11 at 101 ...... with a 1.79 60ft


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ive been 13.11 at 101 ...... with a 1.79 60ft
if you dont mind telling , what is your combo?
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I ran 101 with my car before the turbo and depending on track, traction ect ect the mph was allways 101 but the times vary...It went 13.6 @ 101 with a 1.88 60 foot. I THINK it still had a bit more in it but that was the best I got out of her before I changed it up.

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Low 13s.

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thats what im thinking guys, it should be good for around 13.1 to a 13.4 depending on how hard I want to drive it. Then I need a good set of subframes and need the tq boxes welded up before it get launched hard. Dont think the tq boxes are goin to like being dropped at about 5k on a slick
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axles will go before the boxes
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Thats funny, my boxes were torn so bad I HAD to replace them with the Stang Box and the car still had stock Lincoln axles.

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Thats funny, my boxes were torn so bad I HAD to replace them with the Stang Box and the car still had stock Lincoln axles.
Hey the axles I have heard are a toss up. Some will take a ton of abuse and some wont. I know a friend of mine has been 10.60's on the stock axles.
Don't think id push that but I'm not looking to go any faster then 12's on motor with this car anyways, its not a race car just a daily driver.
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