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!
Edited by DragoGT-R, 15 March 2009 - 03:55 PM.