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I have been searching the internet to find good techniques on launching an A6 Coyote with 3.15 gears. Obviously a stall with transbrake would be great, but I have spent enough money lately. Any other ideas?

Currently having troubles stalling it up high enough to get a decent (less than 1.90) 60'.

Car is a 2013 mustang gt, paxton 2200, return fuel system, dual 465 walbro fuel pumps, stock pulley, stock exhaust and suspension. I am still working on an e85 tune so HP isnt the issue. Best runs so far are [email protected] (2.0 60', cold day) and [email protected] (1.93 60', hot/humid day, 2400 DA).

Open to suggestions on technique, obviously I know I can switch our gears, add stall or add shocks with varying results. Looking for technique changes though.
 

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Several guys in my area racing these cars. A stall and sticky tires are where it's at. No need for a gear change. The steep 1st gear ratio in the 6 speed auto combined with the 3.15 rear gear is more than enough starting line ratio.
 
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