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post #1 of 11 Old 10-03-2008, 09:55 PM Thread Starter
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Went back to the track and sprayed it!

12.30 @ 110mph with a 1.68 60'

This was still all stock motor and it weighed 3080# with me in it. I'm going to take about 80 more pounds out, and wait on my Bogarts to come in and go back to the track. Also going to bump it from a 100 shot to a 150 and see if it will go 11.60's or 11.70's

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what kind of nitrous system are you running? how stock is the car, paper filter or those guys that run factory stock cars in NMRA?


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The motor is completely stock, The AC,PS & smog pump and associated stuff is gone, the battery is in the trunk and the car has plastic race seats in it. As for suspension, the car has stock upper/lower control arms with lakewood 50/50's and 4.10's, up front is all stock other than 90/10's. I have welds on the car now, but have bogarts on order, and 28x11.5x15 ET streets on the back. The car was an AOD that i swapped to 5spd. The nitrous kit was pieced together with parts from ebay, but i'm using a plate that fits behind the throttlebody if thats what your asking.
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wow those are some good times... is that your car in the avatar?

1988 5.0: T-5, Hurst Shifter, March UDP, no A/C, PS, SP, solid motor mounts, aluminum radiator, taurus e-fan, 3G alt., MM clutch cable, UPR speed release quadrant, UPR firewall adjuster, longtubes.
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Yes sir, thats it. Thanks for the compliments!
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all i can says is wow!!!!! what are your 60s
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all i can says is wow!!!!! what are your 60s
He states his 60' in his first post.

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oh ya i guess he does sorry
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all i can says is wow!!!!! what are your 60s
Thanks! gonna have to start saving for axles next.
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i cant belive you get that on stock upper and lowers

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i cant belive you get that on stock upper and lowers
I can!

<------ has been 11.00s with stock uppers/lowers with poly bushings

I have some stock uppers and lowers with poly bushings if you're interested. $30 for all 4 (I think I still have the uppers, if not $15 for the lowers).

12.30 is pretty good for a stock motor and at that weight. I do know someone at about 2800 lbs with stock motor (exception had an F303 cam with stock heads) with about a 2800-3000 stall AOD that went 11.00. I have no idea what he was spraying, probably the equivalent of a 200 shot.

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