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Old 10-27-04, 09:38 PM
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New time w/ TII diff

R/T .216
60 1.872
330 5.137
1/8 7.708
mph 99.42
1000 9.904
1/4 11.758
mph 120.17



I just went with a TII diff after destoing my torsen. I run a T-70 with 14psi on Nitto 555r's . Still running stock touring suspension. Oh well not bad for the last run of the year. hopefully with a some tuning and suspension work I will hit low 11's.
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Old 10-27-04, 09:42 PM
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I would expect you to have higher trap speeds on 14psi with a t70. Is the car tuned?
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Old 10-27-04, 09:56 PM
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It was tuned by Banzai racing in Fort Wayne (Pierceton IN), but still pretty rich. We just did a full rebuild not that long ago. So stillo =on the safe side. I forgot to mention this is a non ball-bearing T-70. So I prety happy with the speed I ran a 12.1 at 108 about a month ago so the 120 was a nice step up. I still am having some traction issues, so that where my speed is goin to have to come from. The T-70 is not a bad turbo, but needs more boost to make it efficient.
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Old 10-27-04, 10:02 PM
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Nice run Tim, I need to find myself a TII diff at a good price. Good talking to you at the BBQ on Saturday, next year I'll have to come up to Stanton for some runs.
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Old 10-27-04, 10:19 PM
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Originally Posted by ROTARYFDTT
Nice run Tim, I need to find myself a TII diff at a good price. Good talking to you at the BBQ on Saturday, next year I'll have to come up to Stanton for some runs.

Ya Stanton is really nice strip check out this pic. I made my first 2 runs alone.
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Old 10-28-04, 11:11 AM
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Yeah Tim. You need to get that thing tuned, you're not fast enough!
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Old 10-28-04, 06:00 PM
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Need more boost......
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Old 11-08-04, 01:04 PM
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Thats funny I broke my stock diff not long ago on 10 psi I went 7.81 with a 1.6 60ft on Nitto drags. Now I got a Kazz.
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Old 11-10-04, 12:28 AM
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Blew my stock diff. and bushings a few runs after this one on ET streets @15psi:

10/06/04

R/T .615
60 1.771
330 4.988
1/8 7.658
mph 94.55
1/4 11.835
mph 116.35

Found a 40k S4 TII diff. for $150 and installed last week. May run again on the 20th of Nov.
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Glad to see all the good press on the s4 TII diff. This may motivate me to finally install mine.....I have had a brand new one sitting around for over a year. Coincidentally, I have not drag raced in over a year
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drag racing is extremely hard on the parts....and expensive

kind of a shame to run a road course car like an FD at a drag strip and beat the **** out of it....why not just buy a $4000 '68 Camaro, which will be quicker and FAR more reliable....if quarter mile bragging rights really worth it? I think not...

actually I never understood dragracing....bores the crap out of me unless it's top fuel...now those cars SHAKE THE EARTH baby
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Old 12-04-04, 01:13 AM
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road racers usally feel that way but i have respect for all 7's
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Originally Posted by the ancient words
drag racing is extremely hard on the parts....and expensive

kind of a shame to run a road course car like an FD at a drag strip and beat the **** out of it....why not just buy a $4000 '68 Camaro, which will be quicker and FAR more reliable....if quarter mile bragging rights really worth it? I think not...

actually I never understood dragracing....bores the crap out of me unless it's top fuel...now those cars SHAKE THE EARTH baby
Well it will only cost $20-$30 to drag on a weekend, but it will cost 20 to 30 times that to take it to a road course. Why not do both if you pockets are deep enough?
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Originally Posted by the ancient words
drag racing is extremely hard on the parts....and expensive

kind of a shame to run a road course car like an FD at a drag strip and beat the **** out of it....why not just buy a $4000 '68 Camaro, which will be quicker and FAR more reliable....if quarter mile bragging rights really worth it? I think not...

actually I never understood dragracing....bores the crap out of me unless it's top fuel...now those cars SHAKE THE EARTH baby

Well ANCIENT WORDS ;( I got as real simple answer for you, and by your screen name you should know it; "To each his own."

For one a 68 camaro is probally one of the uglyist cars around from that era. Second, when the time comes my rx7 will be a track car as well. So just cause you don't like drag racing don't come on a primarily drag racing thread, and try to **** on our parade. So next time you think about posting just rember where you are.
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