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With my stock headed, stock stall, AOD equipped bolt-on LX, managed a 13.669 @ 102.08. I'm happy with that, ran 8.82 @ 81.22 in the 1/8 last fall in stellar conditions with a much worse 60' (2.10), went 8.837 @ 81.39 in warmer and humid conditions last Saturday. Only thing done since last fall is about 125lbs of weight loss on the car. So I know there is a bunch left there. All I need is some lightweight wheels, sticky tires, skinnys, and a stall to be knocking the 12's on motor.

Here is the breakdown of the pass:

60------2.049
330-----5.799
1/8-----8.837
1/8MPH-81.39
1000---11.457
1/4----13.669
MPH---102.08

Ran on street tires, as I had driven 1hr 40min there and had to drive home.

Just thought I would share with everyone.
 

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Sweet man! That's a good ET for a 102 trap. I just went today and trapped 116 mph with an ET of 13.0 (lol tires).
 

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102 trap speed is good?? 102 should be good for 12s if my car was efficient...
 

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whats all done to the car? does it have gears in it? My buddies got a 88 with an aod and bolt ons and it feels like a complete turd.

but as far as mph goes from what i've seen thats pretty slow et for but I don't think its good for 12's, more like low 13's. I've got 3 buddies who have grand prix's and a wrx and they all run between a 13.4-13.7 and all trap right around 100.
 

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Car has 3.73s, and all the basic bolt-ons a stock long block. Edelbrock intake, 70mm throttle body and spacer, 1.7 Crane cobra rockers, electric fan, pulleys, 1 5/8 longtubes, x-pipe, Pypes stainless exhaust. That's pretty much it other than some weight reduction, car weighs 3110 with me in it, I'm about 170.
 
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