Got a 16.68 Saturday in the Arizona heat. I have the 2.0l 4spd auto, I'll post the timeslip soon. I don't think it was too terrible for an auto, especially for my intake temp being 138 degrees. My reaction time is garbage. Intake, exhaust, and well over 300lbs of added weight in the car (120lbs of it being dynamat) what are some other times for 2.0l 4spds?
Sorry i forgot to post my time from awhile ago, I went 16.1's all day with fairly pitiful reaction times, this was in my '08 2.3 A/T sedan with:
-Flex-Innovations TB ground
-Advanced Ignition timing
-Hypertech ECU programmer
-Rear seats and spare tire removed
If i went again with even slightly better conditions, i know for a fact i could've broken into 15's. will post timeslip soon
[quote author=Tripleskate link=topic=67360.msg3928850#msg3928850 date=1297224172]
I hope people here understand that your reaction time does not affect your E.T... You could stage for hours if you wanted to and still run 15.xx.
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