Last Friday I made it to the last test and tune of the year at Norwalk.
Wasn't a whole bunch of people there so I was thinking I'd get 4-5 runs, wrong. A bunch
of oil downs, one guy with a fox body Mustang dumped sand all over the track the first 100'
Anyway I only ended up with 2 runs before I called it quits.
Weather was mid 50's with a 15-20 MPH headwind, <- sucked...
93 octane tune- no revisions
My fan mod switch
Removed the air filter
2 gallons of 108 race gas
Removed spare and jack
First pass I didn't use sport mode but I had the suspension set to sport, it was kinda a shake down pass to get a feel for the car
since it was my first time with it out.
I don't have the exact time but it was around [email protected]
Did NOT brake boost at all, right at a 1.98 60'
Cooled down for 1.5 hours, I was towards the back of the staging lane and when I started it up to start moving
the engine temp was well below half, good thing I had 5 minutes to let it warm up.
Kept the fans running to keep the IC cool.
Full sport mode enabled
Traction control off
When the lights started to drop I rolled hard on the gas and released the brake after a second.
12.941 @ 106.37
I datalogged that run so I want to check that out soon, I flew to China Sunday so when I get back I'll run through it.
But it pulled hard.
Since the tune has no revisions on it and I don't feel I should sent it to Torrie since I had the race gas in the tank.
Car weighed 4220, with me in it, I weigh 195
I may not even mess with the 93 octane tune, thinking about going E30 for next year.
There was a guy with a grey Sport, he ran 13.15 after my 13.40 run.
This is my first AWD car, drag racing is actually fun when you don't have to worry about traction, especially coming from the last 15 years
with FWD cars.
I may try to run one more time at Dragway 42 if the weather hold out but it's not looking very promising.