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Bone Stock 2011-12 1/4 mile times

Couldn't find much on this topic. Just curious, what ETs r u turning n the 1/4 mile bone stock?

I took my 2012 GT to the track last night, pretty much a nubie, n turned a 13.33 @ 107mph. 90F ambient temp. Trac Cntrl On which bogs it out of the hole. Made 4 more passes and they were n the 13.5 to 13.3 range. Just looking for more bone stock pass data before I start any mods... THX
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Never run at the track with the TCS on.

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My best time is 13.34 e.t., 60 ft 2.147 and 109.53 mph. That is with trac control off, launching at 1500 rpm and shifting easy to eliminate wheel hop and possibly missing a gear. It hit the rev limiter several car lengths before the finish line.

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12.92 @ 112.26. Airaid CAI and Bama93 Race tune. TC off. launch at 2500 RPM.

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12.76@111 bone stock with no mods whatsoever. i have an auto equipped car

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OP as others said dont ever run with your Traction control on. Also there are many variables in your time. I see your in Texas so hot and humid weather will yeild lower ETs.(My car has up to a 5 mph difference in hot and cold weather.) If your track is above sea level alot it will affect your times. Alot of tracks if you ask someone that works there can give you DA for that day. DA takes into account the temperature the elevation, humidity and pressure. The lower the DA the better the air and the quicker/faster you will go.
Before modding try to get the best times you can with what you got. There is plenty more left on the table stock. Also your 60ft is very important. What was your 60ft? A 1.9 will be about the best most people get on street tires. Once you get into the 1.9s your times will be at their best as long as the rest of your run is smoooth. If you dont get 1.9s 2.0s are all some get.
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Cool thx for the info. Tcs cuts the fuel right? So u take a chance of running lean and not getting the full power from your motor? Its been 103 with 25mph wind here lately not exactly prime conditions for anything! I think my 60ft times were n the 2.0 to 2.2 range ill have to double check my slips. How much wheel spin r u getting out of the hole with stock tires?
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My car isn't "bone" stock anymore, what mods I do have are in my Sig (If they count for much) I do have 275/35/19 Nitto NT555 tires so I didn't have any wheel spin. My best time out of 5 tries was: 60ft 2.24,1/8 8.83, 1/4 13.39, mph 109.28. That was hitting the limiter in fourth. It was my first time at the strip with a manual transmission.

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I went bone stock 12.76@112 M6 Car with Factory 3.73
Damn good time . I'd be proud of that .
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My 60ft times were 2.12, 2.20, 2.14, 2.15 Trac Cntrl On and 2.16 Trac Cntrl Off. I have the 19" pirellies, have y'all been lowering the air pressure at the track?
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Try this next time. Lower your rear tire pressure to 25 lbs and make a pass, then try 20 lbs, don't go much lower with street tires. You need to get as much rubber to the ground as possible and still have a good rolling tire. If you have someone go with you make sure you have them line you up in the sticky not in the bald spot. Street tires will pull the HTC right off the track.

Old drag racer's school of thumb, (1/4 mile) for every 10th of a second you take off in your sixty's you go faster, so you can take another 10th off on the top end.

Don't use 87 oct if you are going to the track! Your computer can adjust to your fuel and reduce your timing to keep your engine from knocking. Use the highest octane you can get (not race fuel!) With 93 or 91 octane, use pure gas if it's in your area, you will see a gain in HP and reduced trap times from that alone.

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Try this next time. Lower your rear tire pressure to 25 lbs and make a pass, then try 20 lbs, don't go much lower with street tires. You need to get as much rubber to the ground as possible and still have a good rolling tire. If you have someone go with you make sure you have them line you up in the sticky not in the bald spot. Street tires will pull the HTC right off the track.

Old drag racer's school of thumb, (1/4 mile) for every 10th of a second you take off in your sixty's you go faster, so you can take another 10th off on the top end.

Don't use 87 oct if you are going to the track! Your computer can adjust to your fuel and reduce your timing to keep your engine from knocking. Use the highest octane you can get (not race fuel!) With 93 or 91 octane, use pure gas if it's in your area, you will see a gain in HP and reduced trap times from that alone.

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Good tips Terry. I thought it was .2 for every .1 you knocked off the 60'? That has been my experience anyway.

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Good tips Terry. I thought it was .2 for every .1 you knocked off the 60'? That has been my experience anyway.
It might be a 2:1 ratio I'm a little conservative when it comes to numbers.

It's kinda like a RWHP dyno's a heart breaker for most people.
WHAT... that's all the HP I have? But it made 60 more then that on the engine dyno.
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my 2011 automatic has 4:10 gears,tune,CAI,aluminum driveshaft and off road x-pipe and comp series catbacks from Magnaflow. Tried 2 tracks this week and ran three 12.4s @113 at one track and two 12.4s and best of12.38 @113.89 at the other strip. These were with TC ON. I tried previously turning it all off and car almost looped twice about 100 yards off of the line,totally wild slide to the left when it lost traction. I am running Nitto's on 18" x 10" rims also. Trying many different pressures. Best 60' was 1.96 and rest were all 2.0s.Car ran 12.8@110 with tune and K.& N with gears on street tires! Comparing a guy had a new Camaro with SLP 550 Pkg. (blower) that had a best of 12.31 @110 and the rest were in 12.4-12.5 at 110 & 111.
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