The reaction times aren't factored in to the timeslip. On that particular run the tires chirped just a bit on the launch so that may have been the difference. If the wind wouldn't have been blowing I'm sure it would have run a 13.6. I got my fan controller in finally. It's going to be towards the end of the month before I can get those on. I want to build a bracket for them so I don't have to run those plastic strips through the radiator fins to mount it.
Without. We get a lot of rain here and at times, it dumps 3 or more inches in an hour so you more or less drive through some water every once and a while. I just don't like the idea of sucking water up because I wouldn't think about it until after the fact.
I also have put tow hooks on my ride so I'd have to sell those off. But I sure like the way they look.
Once the electric fans go in, I might have more room to run a not-so-squished-and-bent pipe. If that is the case, I'll run a dryer hose or PVC pipe to get like a 3" or bigger hose for it. For use at the track, only.
Head, are you going to try the TB spacer that JT tested with screen off? i wonder if the low end power that he gained from it would translate to a better qt mile time? you would be the best person to test this out because you could also test it with the nos on
Actually I would consider removing the screen only. I'm not a big fan of the throttle body spacers since the plenum area is usually where the most gains on a fuel injected manifold are made (unless the throttle body is too small).
What I'm thinking, and I could be way off, is that the ridges on the tb spacer act like some of those tornado things to increase mileage. The tornado becomes a restriction for power, but under light airflow conditions they seem to work for a lot of people (as far as mpg). I wouldn't use one myself, but some "snake oil" things do work for certain vehicles. The tb spacer doesn't really create a restriction in the system per se, so I don't think they really do much for power but I can see the ridges maybe doing something to help with mileage. I plan on removing my tb and looking at the screen and further inside the intake to see what the innards look like before I just pop it out.
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