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best time of the night was [email protected] :barf: :(

that was the second run, I only ran three times because the track was packed. I launched at idle all runs (will be getting DR's soon)

On the first run I missed 2nd:mad:
[email protected] 2.1 60'

second run I was getting wheel spin and had to let off during the launch (time listed above)

third run [email protected] 2.1 60'

compared to my other track runs, on avg I have dropped a sec. old times ranged from 13.5-16.5. most of the time high 13's and low 14's
 

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It's all in the 60ft, get it around 1.8 or so and you'll see low 12's high 11's with practice
 

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Even with your current mph you should be running low 12s..
Maggie is all about the low end torque,
,if you cant launch you cant put the power down..
I see your in Austin,,where did you run?
What was the temperature?
Did you let the engine completely cool off before running?
 

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Get some DR's and what was the DA of the track? they could play ALOT of factors
 

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HTRDLNCN said:
Even with your current mph you should be running low 12s..
Maggie is all about the low end torque,
,if you cant launch you cant put the power down..
I see your in Austin,,where did you run?
What was the temperature?
Did you let the engine completely cool off before running?
it was in the park of 85degrees and the only time the car cooled was when I was waiting to stage. I ran at San Antonio Raceway Sat. (midnight maddness).
 

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Torkster said:
it was in the park of 85degrees and the only time the car cooled was when I was waiting to stage. I ran at San Antonio Raceway Sat. (midnight maddness).

Last night I was letting the car cool down for roughly 45 minutes - netted me my 11!!! LET THE CAR COOL - especially with 85 degree heat!
 
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