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It was not a good outing...needs a tune more than I thought.

14.0 @ 100 2.1 60
14.2 @ 98 (hit limiter in 2nd gear) 2.1 60
13.5 @ 105 (on nitrous) 2.0 60

Pretty disappointed but it was fun. Tune and slicks are a must before I go out again.


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You shaved a half second on the bottle? Was that a 100 shot?


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Yes a 100 shot to the wheels if I'm lucky...probably only 80.

I wasn't running too bad compared to other new edges there. I was significantly faster than the bolt on new edges there. It was pretty humid too and I'm used to running in pretty cold temp like 50s and below lol....I'm not as mad but I did expect better times.

My car is running so rich it's ridiculous.

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I think when you get it all worked out you are going to be right around the numbers you expected the other day. You've heard me talk about my old C5 times several times now. But I regularly pulled 12.3-12.6's out of that on Kuhmo all season street tires and a stock 3:42 rear gear. Out the box it was rated at 396Hp and I am not sure how much adding the O/R X pipe and swapping old the CAI for a ram air effected it, but lets say it was a little north of 400. Car weight was right around 3300lbs. (not adding driver weight) so I think it had about 150lb. weight advantage. Now I am not saying I am the best driver or anything, but after practice, I was pretty damn consistent. I know I could have improved ET's greatly with better tires (which you have).
I would say when on the juice that you are probably making somewhere right around 400 +/- at the crank.
I think N/A (even with slicks) that you won't break into the 12's, but with the N02 I think you will get down to mid/lower 12's (with sticky's).
Keep us posted.
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I just ordered the .030 fuel jet (currently have the .034 in). This should lean out my nitrous AFR. I will see where it's at and adjust from there.

I also ordered, yet again, new mufflers...Magnaflow 11236s...These flowmaster Super 44s are drving me crazy. I love the sound but damn is it loud and droney. If these Magnaflows work out, I'm selling the 3 other sets of mufflers I have .

About to do ball joints and inner/outer rod ends also. All the while unpacking in our new house.

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Do you still have your stock mufflers? I am honestly a big fan of how mine turned out with the factory cat back and the O-R h-pipe. you having this shorties would probably add a little deeper tone, but it's otherwise a pretty nice sound (the way it should have sounded from Ford)...stupid emissions.
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My stock mufflers are long gone. I have 2.5in all the way back. I'll see how these Magnaflows are and go from them.

I have a set of Pypes M-80s (wont line up with my tailpipes), Flow super 44s (loud and droney as hell), Quiet Flow SS (too quiet), and now these Magnaflows (to be determined).

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First impressions of the magnaflows is good. Much more toned down than the flowmasters. Deep and mellow. No drone but didn't drive it far. Gets loud on WOT but not too obnoxious. I'm happy for now. Those flowmasters were so damn loud...

....do I sound like a 28 year old? Lol

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Only thing about the mufflers with packing is that as the months go by, they WILL get louder. I wish a muffler manufacturer could find a way to prevent that from happening.
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Magnaflows are off....put the quiet flows back on. Much better!

I also got to tune the nitrous. I bought 2 more jets today at the shop and got the bottle filled. I bought a 32 and a 28 jet (already have a 30). I started with the 32 and it was in the low 10s AFR. Put the 30 in and hangs right at 11.0 which I'm happy with. I could probably go to the 28 but I don't want to push it.

My FPDC is only at 50%...I have a lot of room to grow with my pump and boost a pump. Timing was at 21 total at like 6k. It's running good.

Getting some 28in QTPs tomorrow from my uncle. I'll install my driveshaft loop and head to the track soon.

12s should be no problem as long as the rear end stays together.

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