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Estimated 1/4 mile time in v6

I have an 07 v6, with manual trans, 4.10 gears t-lok, shorty headers, no cats, x-pipe, Pypes m80 mid muffler system, jtl c.a.I, sct 93 octane tune, and nitto nto5 tires 295/45-18... Jw wat y'all think my 1/4 mile time would be, thanks in advance



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I would say mid 14's, maybe a little better if you can get a good 60ft time


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check out my mod in signature to give you an idea I got 14.7 at my best run last year I would say 14.4 at your best

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14.45 if you know how to drive.

more than likely a 14.5-14.75

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I have an 07 v6, with manual trans, 4.10 gears t-lok, shorty headers, no cats, x-pipe, Pypes m80 mid muffler system, jtl c.a.I, sct 93 octane tune, and nitto nto5 tires 295/45-18... Jw wat y'all think my 1/4 mile time would be, thanks in advance

To give you a guage: I ran a 15.2 @ 94 mph with my only mod being dual exhaust. (also on stock tires) My friend with an 05 v6 with auto trans with dual exhaust, JLT CAI, SCT 93 Race ran a 14.3 @ 96mph and on stock tires.

You have gears and t-lok, I would expect for your numbers to be around my friend's #'s, if you are a good driver and dont loose traction.

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i would agree with most these guys saying you will get around a 14.5. with the 295 tires you should def be able to hook up those are some beefy tires are you running them on the front to?

p.s do you got a sound clip of your exhaust you have a pretty interesting setup, i havent heard a no cat mid muff system on the 4.0

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Well my exhaust isn't finished yet, they are dumped b4 the axle, my tires up front are 255/45-18


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I have an 07 v6, with manual trans, 4.10 gears t-lok, shorty headers, no cats, x-pipe, Pypes m80 mid muffler system, jtl c.a.I, sct 93 octane tune, and nitto nto5 tires 295/45-18... Jw wat y'all think my 1/4 mile time would be, thanks in advance
I think most of the responses are right on. I turned in 14.7 a few years back. Since that run I've installed 4:10 gears but haven't made it back to the track - I suspect the gears would drop my ET another second or 2. Good luck!

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I think most of the responses are right on. I turned in 14.7 a few years back. Since that run I've installed 4:10 gears but haven't made it back to the track - I suspect the gears would drop my ET another second or 2. Good luck!
your new gears arent going to drop your 1/4 a second maybe 2/10ths of a second def not 2 seconds. i wish getting gears could put me in the 12's but that aint gonna happen

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^ He's right. Gears will be good for a few tenths of a second but that's about it. You will need a s/c or turbo to shave of a full couple of seconds

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your new gears arent going to drop your 1/4 a second maybe 2/10ths of a second def not 2 seconds. i wish getting gears could put me in the 12's but that aint gonna happen
You are exactly right. I did mean a couple of tenths, not entire seconds. I am the eternal optimist and thanks for correcting me. I guess that if all it took to turn 12 second E.T.s were gears we'd all be there.

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