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has an NA Coyote S197 Mustang gone 11's on street tires?

there are plenty of drag radial and slicks clad Mustang's in the 11's all over the interwebs... but I haven't seen any regular street tire clad Mustang's in the 11's...

Is it even possible with basic bolt-on's? I'm sure it is with a full on NA high compression, but cams build... but I kinda wanna go 11's with bolt on power and street tires...

I went 12.5 today with just a catback... can anyone guestimate how much power is needed to shave off half a second assuming the same launch?


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2014 White Mustang GT MT82 3.73 Brembo Recaro
Kooks catback, Barton 2 post, CJPonyparts Clutchline, Vorshlag Brakelines, ST Coilovers, BMR LCA, Panhard Rod, and Relo Brackets
12.502 @ 112.28 - 1.917 60' <-- stock tires
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Well...your E.T. is all about the 60ft times. It tough to get a really good 60ft time with street tires. My guess is it could possibly be done assuming awesome conditions, track prep, and a perfect launch.

What street tires are we talking here? You could get a set of super sticky summer tires and that may help....

I can't answer the power question. The mroe power you have the harder it is to launch on street tires. what about decreasing weight in the car and rotational mass (aluminum flywheel, DS, lighter wheels, etc...)

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