how much are you riding the clutch out?
I'm dumping the clutch at about 2500rpm. When trying to slip the clutch the clutch the 60' foot times where 2.4s releasing the clutch pedal at moderate rate I would say. Dumping the clutch seems I better, or I could just suck at riding the clutch out. Im going to the track tomorrow I will post the results.
corrected for the 6594' comes out to about a 12.49 @ 119, which is respectable for a stick car on 18" wheels with regular NT05s (not NT05Rs), but plenty of room for improvement from both the 60' and also mph
60' will take practice especially with a regular NT05 and on 18"
at the very least i'd get some drag radials but again stick coupled with drag radials takes work
what exhaust is on the car?
have you had it tuned?
need more details...
Yeah Ive been practicing I had some cheap nexxen tires that I was able to pull 2.1 60' times with the nt05s I thought were going to help help a little.
The exhaust is bbk 1 5/8 shortys, 2.5" catted h pipe, borla proXs mufflers, comp cams 35-306-8 (.533/.544), upr power pipe, 70mm throttle body, 90mm pmass maf, 80 lb injectors, 255 lph fuel pump, sn 95 fuel rails, 3/8 fuel feed line, afm mr. freeze, quarter horse chip, tuned, 21 degrees of timing in boost, 11.6 afr in boost, spec 2+ clutch, and team z rear drag springs
18” tires have almost no sidewall. There’s a reason every serious racer runs a 15” wheel, be it slicks or drag radials. The sidewall is part of the suspension of the car. If you don’t want to get involved in changing tires at the track to run a 15” slick, then get some 15” dr’s or dot slick and change them at home.
The plan in the future is for 15 inch wheels with some type of slick, I've got the 95-04 cobra rear brakes on the car so I need to buy the correct wheels that clear the brakes. I'm a broke college student right now though, so it will probably be sometime after I graduate later this year. Ive got upper and lower torque box reinforcements welded in the car as well.