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I'm curious. Do any of you who run the 1/4th mile tracks have your 1/8th mile numbers? We don't have access to a 1/4 mile track here in San Diego. I'm running 9.1 to 9.3 in the 1/8th on a slippery parking lot track. I'm wondering what those convert to in 1/4th mile times. Car is running stock rear 3.55s with a C&L and a Predator tune and the Hurst shifter. 18 inch Hankook Ventus tires (255/45). 60 ft times are 2.1 to 2.3 and best reaction so far is a .509.
 

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Take your 1/8 mile e.t. and multiply it by 1.56. So if your running a 9.5 in the 1/8, it would be a 14.82 in the 1/4. Its not perfect, but its pretty accurate.
 

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NoSlow5oh said:
Take your 1/8 mile e.t. and multiply it by 1.56. So if your running a 9.5 in the 1/8, it would be a 14.82 in the 1/4. Its not perfect, but its pretty accurate.
wow... that is darn close... i came up with 1.566666 base on my time slip... LOL!
 
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