My best was a 15.5 @89 mph at Englishtown. I only had the GReddy and Hotshot intake. I think I coul dhave done better but I had a lot of weigh in the car with the spare plus a full tank of gas. Plus my RT was around .75something... So If I had a perfect reaction time, it wouls have been around 15.3-15.2. Also, I had my 215/45-17 wheels and tires so that accounts for a lot of the weight...
That was with the stock turbo, Weapon R filter, Superchip, MSD ignition and coil, and an HKS cat-back exhaust. That time was in aug and it was close to 100 degrees that day. Also I was on my stock rims with regular old street tires.
Hey streetspota, How loud is that?? Damn a 15.094 is real fast with a K&N and a straight pipe. Does the straight pipe make that huge of a difference? Your turbo was stock and everything? Where were all your shift points (RPM) at each gear?? I'm still new to my 6, so I'm still trying to figure out what RPM's are the best to shift at.
Actually you can have an R/T of 2.5s and still run a 15.5. Reaction times help you for competition and especially bracket racing, but they don't do squat for your times. The timer only starts after the car passes a certain sensor.
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