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post #1 of 5 Old 08-21-2008, 07:28 PM Thread Starter
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Jeez...yet another what will I run thread...

I know you've all been asked before, but I really would like to know what to expect next week when I go. All I've ever had is 5-speed Stangs(4 of em), so this AOD thing is new to me. My mods are listed in my sig.
The car goes really well all the way to when I shift it (approx 6000-6200 stock tach), it never seems to run out of steam, just keeps pulling... (I' ve actually hit the 6250 fuel shutoff a couple times...) my buddy has an 05 GT that ran 13.7 all stock and when he drove my car he thought that I should expect high 13s. He thought my car "tugged" pretty hard for what was done to it. Car has under 50,000 original on it, so I know the engine is fairly fresh.
So everyone, let me have it, what do you think it'll do??

P.S. I've had 13 sec Stangs before, this car pulls like them, if not harder, just it is'nt a 5-speed...


1988 LX hatch-AOD--Stock short block, Performer heads, Performer intake, Precision Industries 3000 NL stall converter, 3.73s, etc...
13.57 @ 103--2.07 60'--street tires--8.77 @ 82--1/8 100 HP N2O-12.30 @ 116--2.16 60'-street tires--8.07 @ 92--1/8
^^^TIMES WITH STOCK HEADS, STALL CONVERTER.
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Cmon, one of the 50000+ that use this website should know something.
Or, maybe I'm just too impatient....


1988 LX hatch-AOD--Stock short block, Performer heads, Performer intake, Precision Industries 3000 NL stall converter, 3.73s, etc...
13.57 @ 103--2.07 60'--street tires--8.77 @ 82--1/8 100 HP N2O-12.30 @ 116--2.16 60'-street tires--8.07 @ 92--1/8
^^^TIMES WITH STOCK HEADS, STALL CONVERTER.
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its going to bog out the hole
the AOD has to have a stall

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I understand that I don't have a stall...I would like an idea of what you guys think I'll run even without a stall...I'm guessin' 13.90s...if not better...

1988 LX hatch-AOD--Stock short block, Performer heads, Performer intake, Precision Industries 3000 NL stall converter, 3.73s, etc...
13.57 @ 103--2.07 60'--street tires--8.77 @ 82--1/8 100 HP N2O-12.30 @ 116--2.16 60'-street tires--8.07 @ 92--1/8
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guessin 14.50

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