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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-19-2009 Thread Starter
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0-60 foot time?

Hi,

I borrowed a friends Gtech Pro and have been fooling around with it.

I had a question about 0-60 foot times and what is expected "decent"?

My car has 4.10's and a c&l cai/tune in it and the best I can get at the moment with stock tires without lighting them up is 1.99.

Should I be content with that or should I expect less?

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That's not bad at all with stock tires.



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yea man 1.99 with stock tires is really good. The best I could get was a 2.18 with stock tires. I plan on getting Nittos so Im hoping between a 1.8 and 1.9 60 foot time. Whats your 0-60mph time?

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that's not bad for stock tires, best I recall seeing on stockers has been high 1.8s

keep in mind the g-techs are not 100% accurate either


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My best 0-60 so far has been 5.4 but that was with 2 people in the car.

The gtech seems pretty good overall, when my friend is at the track and uses it, it's pretty spot on, I mean not EXACTLY the same but only slightly different.
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Mine been 1.8 with 17's MT

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Mine has been 1.71 with MT 275/40-17's, ill see what the new tires do this spring.
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I have a Gtech Pro... Mine is ok to within a tenth at the track.

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that's not bad for stock tires, best I recall seeing on stockers has been high 1.8s

keep in mind the g-techs are not 100% accurate either
Ahem cough 1.832 cough cough.

60's will vary largely because of the surface type/condition you're on as well.
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My best 0-60 so far has been 5.4 but that was with 2 people in the car.

The gtech seems pretty good overall, when my friend is at the track and uses it, it's pretty spot on, I mean not EXACTLY the same but only slightly different.
I think the OP was referring to 60 foot times, not 0 to 60mph.

GTechs are like anything else. Spend a little time and effort to get them dialed in and they can be pretty accurate.
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