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#1 celsius Posted 14 March 2009 - 02:39 AM

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Guys, I ran my car @ PIR last night and on the very last run, I hit 11.38 @ 124MPH with a 2.63 R/T and without using LC. Just imagine my time with the NEW LC :wavey: Anyways, my car's TCU hasn't been updated yet and the run right before I hit 11.38 was done with the original LC and the wheels spun so much, I only managed a 11.85 :biggrin: . Below are my timeslips

*When I ran the 11.38, the lady that gave me my timeslip wrote "TECH" on the slip because she said I was running illegally, so basically they kicked me out.

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#2 35R Posted 14 March 2009 - 03:15 AM

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mid-track MPH almost 102mph, get a quick 60 and you will sail close to 10's

nice work

which tyres are you running and do you have a tune?



#3 celsius Posted 14 March 2009 - 04:10 AM

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View Post35R, on Mar 14 2009, 02:15 AM, said:

mid-track MPH almost 102mph, get a quick 60 and you will sail close to 10's

nice work

which tyres are you running and do you have a tune?


Thanks! Everything is BONE StOCK, except for the tune ;) and TiTek midpipe. I have a custome tune from SurgeLine Tuning of Portland. All runs were made on 92 octane and below is my dyno sheet.

Midpipe = $599
AP = $925
Tune = $450
Total = $1974

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#4 FikseGTS Posted 14 March 2009 - 10:22 AM

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great runs, you should be at 11 flat with the update....



#5 Dave@GotboostPerformance Posted 14 March 2009 - 12:12 PM

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Celcius, nice times dude.
I can't wait to try mine out, especially since my car made more power on the surgeline dyno...hehehe
I would have loved to go there with you but I was up skiing last night.
Next time we'll both go after we get our updates and maybe we can both get kicked out.
Your car should run quite a bit quicker judging by your 60' and your 1/8 mile trap speed.
Your reaction time will make no difference to your ET since the timers don't start until you cross the starting line.

Any NW owners that want a custom tune, go to Surgeline tuning in Portland. They know their stuff!!!!
Tim, Jeff, Dustin, Travis ......GREAT JOB!!!!!!

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View Post35R, on Mar 14 2009, 02:15 AM, said:

which tyres are you running and do you have a tune?

He's running Bridgestones.


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#7 xwing Posted 14 March 2009 - 12:44 PM

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How did you get a Tune without buying an Accessport or something? Accessport people have to buy the AP for $995 and the custom tune for $450-600...so to duplicate your results would be $2044 for Cobb Accessport people maybe...or maybe the AP tune would make a few more hp...

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#8 Dave@GotboostPerformance Posted 14 March 2009 - 12:52 PM

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View Postxwing, on Mar 14 2009, 11:44 AM, said:

How did you get a Tune without buying an Accessport or something? Accessport people have to buy the AP for $995 and the custom tune for $450-600...so to duplicate your results would be $2044 for Cobb Accessport people maybe...or maybe the AP tune would make a few more hp...


He has an AP, I think he forgot to list it on his expendature list.


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#9 celsius Posted 14 March 2009 - 01:10 PM

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opps, list has been updated. :biggrin:



#10 celsius Posted 14 March 2009 - 01:25 PM

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View PostFikseGTS, on Mar 14 2009, 09:22 AM, said:

great runs, you should be at 11 flat with the update....


Thanks man!  Im actually gonna try for 10's.



#11 STI2EVO2GTR Posted 14 March 2009 - 02:17 PM

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View Postcelsius, on Mar 14 2009, 06:10 AM, said:

Thanks! Everything is BONE StOCK, except for the tune ;) and TiTek midpipe. I have a custome tune from SurgeLine Tuning of Portland. All runs were made on 92 octane and below is my dyno sheet.

Midpipe = $599
AP = $925
Tune = $450
Total = $1974
I think Johnturbo's car is also BONE STOCK just with a few goodies. It's not stock unless you haven't modded it which you have.



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View Postcelsius, on Mar 14 2009, 04:10 AM, said:

Thanks! Everything is BONE StOCK, except for the tune ;) and TiTek midpipe. I have a custome tune from SurgeLine Tuning of Portland. All runs were made on 92 octane and below is my dyno sheet.

Midpipe = $599
AP = $925
Tune = $450
Total = $1974

2 tenths off that 60 will yield up to four down the end, you're almost there i reckon

How much fuel were you running?



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Celcius, I think we need actuators. I want to make sure we get into the 10's in case the track techs remember us and don't let us run again. I want to make sure I nail a 10 1st time.

If only John @ Cobb could figure out how to keep the boost from falling in the higher gears we wouldn't need them. The ASR Engineering module electronically keeps the boost levels up, why can't the AP?
Are the wastegate doors getting blown open at higher gears, rpms because of an lack of diaphram pressure or is there a way electronically to keep them shut?

Tim @ Surgeline Tuning thinks there is a way to do it but they just haven't figured it out yet. If this was possible, aftermarket actuators wouldn't be needed to keep the boost pressure up at higher rpms. People like me that just want a consistant 17psi wouldn't need actuators. I know 10's will be an easy task if this could be accomplished.

Celcius, if you grab some actuators I'll help you put them in!

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#14 celsius Posted 14 March 2009 - 06:05 PM

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View Post35R, on Mar 14 2009, 02:15 PM, said:

2 tenths off that 60 will yield up to four down the end, you're almost there i reckon

How much fuel were you running?

GOOD POINT! LOL, I had a FULL TANK, probably a little over 3/4ths when the last run was made.

View Postgotboost, on Mar 14 2009, 03:11 PM, said:

Celcius, I think we need actuators. I want to make sure we get into the 10's in case the track techs remember us and don't let us run again. I want to make sure I nail a 10 1st time.

If only John @ Cobb could figure out how to keep the boost from falling in the higher gears we wouldn't need them. The ASR Engineering module electronically keeps the boost levels up, why can't the AP?
Are the wastegate doors getting blown open at higher gears, rpms because of an lack of diaphram pressure or is there a way electronically to keep them shut?

Tim @ Surgeline Tuning thinks there is a way to do it but they just haven't figured it out yet. If this was possible, aftermarket actuators wouldn't be needed to keep the boost pressure up at higher rpms. People like me that just want a consistant 17psi wouldn't need actuators. I know 10's will be an easy task if this could be accomplished.

Celcius, if you grab some actuators I'll help you put them in!

Right on! :)

You can tell the boost drops off after 5000 rpms and the car definately lacks "top end" power.

Edited by celsius, 14 March 2009 - 06:14 PM.




#15 celsius Posted 14 March 2009 - 06:07 PM

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View PostSTI2EVO2GTR, on Mar 14 2009, 01:17 PM, said:

I think Johnturbo's car is also BONE STOCK just with a few goodies. It's not stock unless you haven't modded it which you have.


John has a lot more stuff than me and his times relect that!



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View Postcelsius, on Mar 14 2009, 05:10 AM, said:

Thanks! Everything is BONE StOCK, except for the tune ;) and TiTek midpipe. I have a custome tune from SurgeLine Tuning of Portland. All runs were made on 92 octane and below is my dyno sheet.

Midpipe = $599
AP = $925
Tune = $450
Total = $1974

Great times, celcius!  I ran a 11.4 without LC and similar mods to you.  That price breakdown looks very familiar too!  

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#17 FikseGTS Posted 14 March 2009 - 09:45 PM

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the ASR module can't hold the boost to redline either....  it's a physical limitation of the stock actuators....  electronics will not solve it....

Actuators with a tune designed for them will result in high 10 second @ 130+ MPH GT-Rs all over the place....



View Postgotboost, on Mar 14 2009, 06:11 PM, said:

Celcius, I think we need actuators. I want to make sure we get into the 10's in case the track techs remember us and don't let us run again. I want to make sure I nail a 10 1st time.

If only John @ Cobb could figure out how to keep the boost from falling in the higher gears we wouldn't need them. The ASR Engineering module electronically keeps the boost levels up, why can't the AP?
Are the wastegate doors getting blown open at higher gears, rpms because of an lack of diaphram pressure or is there a way electronically to keep them shut?

Tim @ Surgeline Tuning thinks there is a way to do it but they just haven't figured it out yet. If this was possible, aftermarket actuators wouldn't be needed to keep the boost pressure up at higher rpms. People like me that just want a consistant 17psi wouldn't need actuators. I know 10's will be an easy task if this could be accomplished.

Celcius, if you grab some actuators I'll help you put them in!

Edited by FikseGTS, 14 March 2009 - 09:45 PM.




#18 Sharif@Forged Posted 14 March 2009 - 10:34 PM

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Great results!  Keep it up!

To clarify, even upgraded actuators will result in a boost taper, albeit you will have higher overall boost.  The limitation is mostly the tiny OEM turbocharger.  Nothing new here...we see it all the time on the Evo 8,9,and 10.  Even when we upgrade actuators on the Evo 10, we still have boost taper.


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#19 Dave@GotboostPerformance Posted 15 March 2009 - 01:09 AM

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Thanks for the clarification Fiske and Sharif,
Looks like aftermarket actuators are in my future soon. Does anyone know the best/cost effective out there? Forge performance or ?


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Forget the Reaction Time (R/T)....that means 0 in 1/4 mile racing unless your going up against someone in a head to head race in for example an elimination round and the first car to cross the finish line wins the round! It does not effect your time whatsoever....

What does excite me is your 1.9 60ft.....

For an AWD car- Not to be a smart a** is terrible but there is a positive.

When I ran my GT-R I saw 60fts around 1.84 which is still not very good at all.

With other AWD cars I've owned and taken to the drag strip, hitting a 1.6 or 1.5 is where I usually was which of course lead to some really good passes..and although I never saw that elusive 1.4 I was seeking there were a few guys out there hitting them.

If you would have even cut a 1.7 60ft you would have seen a 10 sec pass for sure.

Every time you go down by a .1 of a sec in your 60ft you will lose approximately .2 up top...same rule applies with a increase in your 60ft's only in reverse.

So if you would have hit 1.8 60ft, your 1/4 mile time would be around 11.1.
Cut a 1.7 60ft and it you would have probably saw about a 10.9 run.

Your mph really doesn't change much with this...power and torque is the key there.

In drag racing 60ft times are KEY.....

Why do you think for example pro-street cars are so fast....they cut insane 60fts! Of course HP and torque add to the overall ET and MPH!

BTW Nice runs for what you have in your car :) but we will all have to start focusing on trying to bring our 60fts down!

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