Pulled the first GT-R sub 1.5 60ft too. 1.497
We were running the same setup as our previous 10.80 run; just playing with some boost control settings. Mostly offset changes; still running 17psi. Car was running 100OCT. Temperature was about 71. LC was used.
Big THANKS to Chuck_H as always for coming out (and shooting video) and to Eddie & Mike, my mechanics who have done such a great job with the car. We added a little bit of power to the car with some new stickers tonight. Hard to see but the car is now sporting "Samurai Speed" on the doors. That's the new company I recently started (which Eddie and Mike are now a part of.)
Team Samurai Speed is making some great GT-R progress and we've got a lot other great stuff in the works. (This is only the beginning.)
AS ALWAYS... a HUGE THANKS to John Cobb for working so hard on tuning the GT-R's ECU and for creating a custom map for us.
Here's the slip...
Here's the video...
And, yes, that Grand National was fast. Chuck told me they announced that it was some sort of NHRA champion. Not bad that the GT-R hung within about a half second. I'm sure he wasn't expecting to have to reel me in at the finish.
Edited by Chuck_H, 20 December 2008 - 04:19 PM.