DA -3,230 @6PM - Balmy 16 degrees, 30.20 Barometer and only 7 grains of water damn!
You ain't gonna find air like this everyday
Someone go wake up one of the Napps - if people can jump into the ocean in weather like this - we can sure as hell race. Just a little spray of VHT needed. Maybe a start of a new sport - extreme drag racing.
Come on Bruce (you know you want this), Bob, Stevie, Gary & Marc
See you there - I will be at the front of the line (as usual).
2004 Black, A4, (aka the Black Demon)
The Demon is a 100% numbers matching car - I used the same credit card for every part
PB 1.611, 11.732 @ 115.22, DA +1,973 @ 4,005 lbs
1.566, 11.585 @ 116.22, DA +960 @ 4,010 lbs (Nasty Headwind)
1.538, 11.352 @ 119.16, DA -2,340 @ 3,960 lbs
Location: The Most Expensive Place To Live, CT, Yuck!!!
Originally Posted by 04QSGTOMA...
I would love to see how much the maggie responds to the awesome air.
It's hard enough to keep the tires from spinning with a Maggie in the summer, imagine what it would be like on the C O L D asphalt??? Even with "sticky spray" it wouldn't last even a 1/8th of a mile, if that, before you'll lose traction. That's why I like the early spring, the roads get heated up from the sun and the air is still cold, but not freezing cold. My Goat runs like a monster in those conditions before the heat soak takes over. But on the street it doesn't really matter, if your car is modded, you're not going to find heat soak a problem. Unless you do some illegal street racing.
Originally Posted by JDJP...
Sorry i havn't been frequenting the forums lately, whats ROK?
Now it is up to -3,208 and 9 grains of water as of 8:55AM. I told you all we should have went.
Wish I could bottle this stuff for summer or even better yet start selling it to the guys down south. I could get 50 gallon barrels of of ode de Atco or Etown, with free shipping guys in Florida would kill for this sweet air. They could then inject it directly into their intake - forget nitrous!
Could you imagine the howl's of cheating from all the others if the track was open and we could get traction.
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