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Must be track day......... New best numbers for the Bullitt

All runs were Naturally Aspirated:

I was scared to run it because I have a lot of noise from the rear end, so I told Eddy I would go, but I wasn't going to launch the car hard.

So, with a soft launch, still on a bone stock 2V longblock:

12.74 @ 107.7
1.82 60ft time.

So even with a soft 60ft time, I still improved my best time by almost .2 and added almost 3mph.

This is going to be a good year once I put the 4.30's in it and rebuild the rear end and actually launch the car......


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Alright. Nice Runs. What was the trap speed?
and how much weight were you down at the time?
Still a great run! cant wait til you can launch that thing like it should be.


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Trap speed was 107.7mph. I didn't hit the scales, but my best guess would be 3200lbs or so.

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Nice run! Did you take your seats and passenger headlight out before you ran?
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Yeah.........

Here's the video. Notice that I'm only spinning one tire, I guess the rear end is worse than I thought it was. I did pretty good for a one legged man.......

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Good runs today bullit
i was falling asleep all day today at the light .
just looked at my previous best reaction time from my previous run at the track which was like 2 weeks ago and it was .69
oh well maybe next time

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nice run bullitt!, can't wait to see what your times will be once you do the gear swap. I was goin to go to the track but we got an all day rain and snow mix up here in, and its april!! and todays in the 60s, typical michigan weather.

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Very nice, still hear people say its impossible. I love that word, out makes it twice as sweet when you do it.

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I just realized that cuda ran a 4.89, that thing was moving. probably an x275 car

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No, the Cuda was a backhalf car with huge slicks, no 275's, that's for sure.

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What mods are done to that bullitt? I see in your sig that you have a 90 shot to get that 350+rwhp figure... Do you have full bolt-ons?

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It's just a bolt-on car with full suspension. I don't have a throttle body yet, I think that's the only bolt-on that I'm missing.

The nitrous isn't on the car right now. It may make an appearance again, but for right now, I don't even have a nitrous kit.

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Really impressive numbers for 4.10 gears and 266rwhp Bullitt. Well done.

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Holy crap! Excellent times Bullitt! This is the proof I needed, I knew I saw it somewhere: I knew I saw that a just bolt on GT with suspension made it into the 12's.

Hmm I'm going to be reading more on your build

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It's just a bolt-on car with full suspension. I don't have a throttle body yet, I think that's the only bolt-on that I'm missing.

The nitrous isn't on the car right now. It may make an appearance again, but for right now, I don't even have a nitrous kit.
Wow those are awesome numbers on your bullitt bro! Good job!


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