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0-60 times, post up!

I know 0-60 times don't really matter, but I'm just curious! Took the stang out today for the first time since last fall and had some fun, I managed a 6.5 in my 02' auto with basic boltons, but spun my all-terrains all through first! Anyone have extra street radials laying around? :-) What about you guys?

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I know 0-60 times don't really matter, but I'm just curious! Took the stang out today for the first time since last fall and had some fun, I managed a 6.5 in my 02' auto with basic boltons, but spun my all-terrains all through first! Anyone have extra street radials laying around? :-) What about you guys?
I have two questions:

1. How you time your 0-60 in a 02?
2. Why do you have all-terrain tires on a Mustang or for that matter a car? Those are truck/jeep tires for off road vehicles.

I need to get out and use my "track apps" and see what my 0-60 time is. Never used them and it is the main reason I bought a 13 over a 12. Maybe this thread will be my excuse to go to the track soon and use the 0-60 "track app". Plus that will get me a 60 foot, 1/8 mile, and 1/4 mile times at my local track. I also need to get up to VIR. So much to do. My "track car" has never seen a track. If I sell it then it may never see a track. How sad. haha


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I have two questions:

1. How you time your 0-60 in a 02?
2. Why do you have all-terrain tires on a Mustang or for that matter a car? Those are truck/jeep tires for off road vehicles.

I need to get out and use my "track apps" and see what my 0-60 time is. Never used them and it is the main reason I bought a 13 over a 12. Maybe this thread will be my excuse to go to the track soon and use the 0-60 "track app". Plus that will get me a 60 foot, 1/8 mile, and 1/4 mile times at my local track. I also need to get up to VIR. So much to do. My "track car" has never seen a track. If I sell it then it may never see a track. How sad. haha
No joke, I laughed so hard when I read your comment about the all terrains. I meant all season's

Anyways, I used my phone so go ahead and take my time plus or minus a couple tenths.

Go use those track apps!!!

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No joke, I laughed so hard when I read your comment about the all terrains. I meant all season's

Anyways, I used my phone so go ahead and take my time plus or minus a couple tenths.

Go use those track apps!!!

Glad you got a laugh. I got a much needed laugh last night as I reread it a couple times just to make sure I read it right before asking. I was thinking I guess that takes the mustang "4X4" look and joke to a whole new level. haha

I forgot about the phone app. I have used that before and it is pretty accurate if you have good cell service during use.

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Glad you got a laugh. I got a much needed laugh last night as I reread it a couple times just to make sure I read it right before asking. I was thinking I guess that takes the mustang "4X4" look and joke to a whole new level. haha

I forgot about the phone app. I have used that before and it is pretty accurate if you have good cell service during use.[/QUOTE]
Yeah I've played around with that Gps acceleration app and it's not too bad, sometimes it can lag though!
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