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STOCK 2004 mustang 1/4 times "AUTO"

I just got myself a 2004 blk on blk mustang gt and I would like to know what it will do in the 1/4 mile 100% bone stock "auto"
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15-15.5 Maybe better or worse. Depends on track condition, tires, YOU, the launch, etc. Many of variables.

Take it out when the tracks open and let us know.

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15-15.5 THANKS! BUT 15 -15.5, MY GIRL COULD RUN THAT AND SHE HATES RACING.
MY MAXIMA RAN 14.7 , AND THE MUSTANG SEEM ALITTLE FASTER.
WELL ONLY THE TRACK WILL TELL.:smilie
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It will prob do about mid 14's....I just saw a bone stock o5 Gt run last sat at 13.50....

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i have an 04 GT 5 speed that i got to run a 14.2 missing 3rd stock
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I say anywhere from low 14's to low 15's. It really depends on the racing conditions and you.

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Went to the track last wed. and ran two 14.0's backed by 2 13.8's and the last run was a 13.692. Thats with a manual. Not sure with an auto but u should at least be low or mid 14's. If u have stock suspension it would probably give u a better launch than i get with my sportline springs.

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Went to the track last wed. and ran two 14.0's backed by 2 13.8's and the last run was a 13.692. Thats with a manual. Not sure with an auto but u should at least be low or mid 14's. If u have stock suspension it would probably give u a better launch than i get with my sportline springs.


Is that with the stock tires and does your car have any bolt on's,,,R2R
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With street tires i run 14.1 the 13.6's are with Nitto Dr's. I have catless x, steeda catback and ud pullies, triax shifter, and jlt cai.

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What were your 60ft times?

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2.2 w street tires and 2.0 with dr's. my best was only a 1.9x

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The dr's make a huge difference. The nitto's arent the best for the track but i also use them as my daily drivers and they have at least 10,000miles on them and at least 25 passes at the track and they still have alot of tread left!

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Nice, I had traction issues with my street tires and pulled off a 2.5 at 14.5. I need some DR's or just better tires overall.

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I was thinking of going 315's in the back for street and buy a set of MT's for track use. Right now I run 275's all the way around and it's almost time for some new rubber. All this will have to wait after I graduate from college and then comes the fun part of paying back loans

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I have 315's in the back and 275's in the front. I love how the 315's look in the back.

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