I'll let the timeslip do all the talking :lol: Don't know why the dates screwed up, typical PMI for ya. I'm P281 . Again, this is a BONE STOCK 2004 Impreza WRX STi. Needless to say I am very pleased with this car.
91, next time I'll try 93 and see if that makes differance. If I go to Bandimere (5800ft) I'll try some 104 for the hell of it :lol:JJ said:CONGRATS! Any of you all out there realise that this is at altitude (~5000 Feet??) WOW!!
You running 91 octane, or did you put some juice in her?
Hmm, well the light was green for .028 seconds before I left the line (perfect is .000 so I was very close). Then it took me 1.868 seconds to go from 0-60 feet. 5.513 seconds 0-330 feet. 8.590 seconds to hit an 1/8 mile. 11.258 seconds to go 0-1000 feet and 13.530 seconds to go 0-1320 feet (1/4 mile). When I finished the 1/4 mile I was going 99.11 miles per hour. Hope this is what you meant.BHODGES3 said:How exactly do I go about reading that slip? Anyone care to do a breakdown please?
Beginning at the K&N Filters Winternationals, the opening round of the 2003 POWERade Drag Racing Series, NHRA will implement two significant changes on the starting line for the NHRA national events.gasguzzler259 said:A .500 light is perfect so that if you red light you can tell by how much. A .400 reaction time means that you were a tenth of a second before the green light.
What about the answer to this question? Did you have to 'pop the clutch' to get these sorts of times?CloNeGTS said:Jumping all over that light huh?
Nice run......what RPM were you letting her out at? I assume you just eased the clutch out?
I don't know what you mean by "Jumping all over the light". I didn't "pop" the cluth or ride it. Got the rpm's up to about 5k, let the clutch out easy. Little tire spin in the rear and I'm out. I think 1.7 60fts are possible at a better track.lars_cockswell said:
theres a half a second in bewteen the last yellow light and the green light.......hence perfect is .500...thats on the sportsman tree(light light light GREEN)shoeeater said:not being a drag racer myself I always wondered why a .500 reaction time was a perfect one. Anyone care to explain?