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just wondering, hope theres an answer...is there a general time and speed corollation?

example....

14 sec 90 mph
12 sec 120 mph
11 sec 130 mph
10 sec 140 mph?

i know alot depends on weight and horsepower, ect.

keeping it simple... should a time range have a certain speed asscoiated with it?
 

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Here is what I have seen, when you figure about 3000 lbs and sticky tires...

10s = 120-135
11s = 112-120
12s = 102-112
13s = 96-102

There are 94757493 factors that go into these things, but the numbers I posted there are more or less what I see for well running cars on sticky tires.
 

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Here is what I have seen, when you figure about 3000 lbs and sticky tires...

10s = 120-135
11s = 112-120
12s = 102-112
13s = 96-102

There are 94757493 factors that go into these things, but the numbers I posted there are more or less what I see for well running cars on sticky tires.
exactly what i was looking for, thanks,
 

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That is with good traction, if the traction is not there than your numbers will look like a supras numbers

11s = 145-149
12s = 155-159
13s = OMG LIGHTSPEED
 

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Before I tore my 93 tbird down I ran a 16.78 @ 90mph. It had a sloppy AOD with stock torque converter and stock 3.27's but the motor was very healthy.
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That is with good traction, if the traction is not there than your numbers will look like a supras numbers

11s = 145-149
12s = 155-159
13s = OMG LIGHTSPEED
:lol: So true
 

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I saw the factor 1367.38 posted on another site. It does seem reasonably accurate.

In other words take an 11.0 second et.
1367.38/11 = 124.3 mph

Or take say 130 mph
1367.38/130 = 10.52 et

It's at least ball park and that's all you'll ever get with so many factors to consider.
 
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