Ennis (take 45 south to Ennis then about 6 miles west to the track). Nice track, full details on the slips, etc. There are a lot of Subaru's down at Ennis all the time.xman810 said:infernosti
Where is this track at? since your in mckinney, im in north dallas. I would like to take my sti out for a run to see what times i can get.
Its all good i just really want an sti so i can Own soopa he my good friend and he beats me now....so the sti is the ticket for me!!! Sorry about the ball bustingInfernoSTi said:That was me in the STi.
It was my first time at the track so I would agree that my driving was pretty weak. A good Subby driver with lots of experience could have dropped almost a second off my run. You can see by my times, I have a real slow start (but it sure looked fast on video):
1/4 14.379 @ 96.38 mph (79 degrees)
My friend Mantis (Acura-CL.com) has a CL-S with headers, intake, and a 75 shot of NOS. He had run a 14.5 before the NOS and this was his first trip out with the new mod. He had his trunk emptied and his lower back seat out for weight reduction. He won (you can tell by the lights at the end) by 0.0514 seconds (about 3 feet) at the end. He ran a 14.1 but I had him at the tree.
I can tell you, it is a good match up because I have about 0.5 seconds I should be able to drop with better driving, and he sould be in the 13.75 to 13.95 range consistantly (he ran a 13.98 much later in the evening when the temps dropped significantly).
Thank you for the detailed shift info--that is really useful to hear.YBnormal07 said:I've tried every shift point imaginable. The best runs I've gotten were shifting at my rev alarm, which is set at 7K. If you don't shift fast, you might want to consider setting it at 6800 or 6900 to avoid hitting the rev limiter. I still do it from time to time. Good luck!