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Old 11-10-2012, 04:15 PM   #1
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Bolt on '12 GT runs 10's

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Old 11-10-2012, 04:23 PM   #2
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stock long block doesnt mean bolt on only necessarily. Drag radials out back, skinnies up front, could have a high stall converter, im sure he has some more to help him launch.
I guess it comes to your definition of bolt on, but i consider bolt ons to be power adding mods
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Old 11-10-2012, 04:25 PM   #3
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It says stock long block. Don't think it's just basic "bolt-ons".
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Old 11-10-2012, 05:30 PM   #4
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Well its most likely with full bolt ons, gigantic stall, probably extremely steep gears and massive weight reduction. Its possible without big hp.
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Old 11-10-2012, 06:11 PM   #5
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That car probably has nothing more than a drivers seat inside, as well as every possible "bolt on", 2 hail marys, a tail wind, and a bottle of octane booster. Point is, I'm sure it's not your basic bolt on car. It's a purpose built car. I know those mustang guys, they can be tricky SOBs...
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Old 11-10-2012, 06:13 PM   #6
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Hard to believe it's trapping 125 mph being stock long block and naturally aspirated. I does sound amazing though!
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Hard to believe it's trapping 125 mph being stock long block and naturally aspirated. I does sound amazing though!

that would be the weight reduction talking
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Old 11-10-2012, 06:51 PM   #8
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Meh ..still a mustang.
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Old 11-10-2012, 08:11 PM   #9
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Actually the Coyote 5.0 motor has gone 9 seconds with bolt ons only in a purpose built fox body. If you just do "power adders" you are leaving a lot of performance on the table.
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Old 11-11-2012, 04:37 PM   #11
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:44 AM   #12
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The true definition of bolt on is any modification to the car that that does not involve replacing or modifying engine internals. This is NOT a bolt on car. It may not even be a street car. No rear spoiler, no badging, but hard to tell from one video.
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The true definition of bolt on is any modifaction to the car that that does not involve replacing or modifying engine internals. This is NOT a bolt on car. It may not even be a street car. No rear spoiler, no badging, but hard to tell from one video.

How do you know he has internal engine modifications? So if you take off your spoiler and badging you are not a bolt on car anymore?
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"Bolt-on" isn't a defined term if everyone's definition is different.
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"Bolt-on" isn't a defined term if everyone's definition is different.

This.

The term "bolt-on" is ricer and stupid. Technically, everything bolts on. Turbos, gears, spray. It's a very general and stupid term.
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"Bolt-on" isn't a defined term if everyone's definition is different.

Bolt on car is defined as any car with no internal engine modifications. So any weight reduction, drag suspension car still qualifies.
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http://www.modularfords.com/f259/bol...gt-5-a-185818/

They seem to be bolt on cars - 3500 pound cars running 10's..
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There have been multiple 5.0s in the 10s with bolt ons. THere is one local that is not a gutted out race car.
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sean from aed in vacaville has a full weight 2011 converted to e85, bone stock except for a tune and slicks and skinnies and i personally watched him run a 10.99 @120 on a wednesday night without track prep (no vht)
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my prediction is next year they will be running 9s "bolt on only"

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Same car with mods listed.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:42 AM   #22
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Suck on that nutswingers !!!!!
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sean from aed in vacaville has a full weight 2011 converted to e85, bone stock except for a tune and slicks and skinnies and i personally watched him run a 10.99 @120 on a wednesday night without track prep (no vht)

So basically a tune only car with tires runs 10s @ 120 while this other car with a shitload of mods and weight reduction does the same time but 4mph faster trap?

That must be some magical tune and gas that kid is running...
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I wonder what that car weighs...
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The car in question is mine.

Yes it is bolt-on only meaning N/A, stock long block, no power adders.

Running a 3.31 rear gear.

Raceweight is 3,500.

Fuel is pump e85.

10.94 pass was made in 1,800' DA.

It is not a race car. It carries registration, inspection and current insurance. It still has A/C, power everything, factory radio, etc...

It is legal by the NHRA/IHRA rules for cars running quicker than 11.49 meaning roll-bar, SFI equipment, etc...

Every pass made that day was a 10 sec. run:


I am happy to answer any other questions.

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No worries. GM ball garglers are just jealous and love to hate on anything from Ford.

They will stick their heads in the sand and claim chicanery, despite the fact that this stuff it widely documented. It's legit.
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The car in question is mine.

Yes it is bolt-on only meaning N/A, stock long block, no power adders.

Running a 3.31 rear gear.

Raceweight is 3,500.

Fuel is pump e85.

10.94 pass was made in 1,800' DA.

It is not a race car. It carries registration, inspection and current insurance. It still has A/C, power everything, factory radio, etc...

It is legal by the NHRA/IHRA rules for cars running quicker than 11.49 meaning roll-bar, SFI equipment, etc...

Every pass made that day was a 10 sec. run:


I am happy to answer any other questions.

wow thats crazy! how much power did the bolt ons and the e85 tune add? what are you putting to the wheels?

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what are you putting to the wheels?

This was my next question.

Also... How high of a stall?
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wow thats crazy! how much power did the bolt ons and the e85 tune add? what are you putting to the wheels?

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I have no idea as it has never been on a dyno. The VCT and timing tables were developed on a friends car who tunes it. The rest of the tune refinement comes from dataloging on the street to ball park shift points, MAF curves, etc. with final refinement at the track. These cars come with widebands from the factory so it simplifies the process and reduces the need for a dyno.

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This was my next question.

Also... How high of a stall?

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