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vega4 vega4
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/10
Posted: 09/28/12
02:43 PM

My Grandprix just ran a 14.09 at a 106.4mph. It has a 383(chev) with Edelbrock heads, stage three Summit intake, and a single pattern can with 509lift, 108 lsa and 246 degrees of duration at fifty thou lift.  It has a th350 with a 3000 stall converter and 4.11 gears.  And just so you guys know twenty year old snow tires have terrible traction  

76Skylark 76Skylark
Guru | Posts: 854 | Joined: 12/11
Posted: 09/28/12
03:36 PM

I need to see a time slip to make a proper determination  

pepsi1 pepsi1
Guru | Posts: 1718 | Joined: 09/11
Posted: 09/28/12
04:57 PM

Vega4.
What is there a confrontation between 2 cams, and other information. Try to break it down a little better. It actually should have run better.

Give us a little more information, a little less confusing. Confused

Bob  

pepsi1 pepsi1
Guru | Posts: 1718 | Joined: 09/11
Posted: 09/28/12
10:45 PM

Vega4:

It really doesn't help anyone when you make multiple posts on several forums.
Thanks.

Bob  

vega4 vega4
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/10
Posted: 09/29/12
01:59 PM

I can't figure out why it keeps adding that last part.  I tried post at carcraft but it was doing it here too  

jpatt87 jpatt87
Enthusiast | Posts: 567 | Joined: 02/10
Posted: 09/30/12
03:04 AM

im no expert but when my car ran around 106 in the quarter i was doing around 13.00, your vega is light and should run faster then that, these guys will help ya figure it out.  

Dave632 Dave632
Addict | Posts: 2225 | Joined: 07/08
Posted: 09/30/12
09:14 PM

Yes I agree you are at least a second slow for your MPH.
Tires should be your first move to much quicker ETs. I would venture a guess that you are between 325 and 350 hp judging by your speed and estimating your weight at 3200-3300 lbs.  
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vega4 vega4
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/10
Posted: 10/01/12
05:21 PM

I planning on getting some.  But the drag strip's closed for the winter, so I'm not in a big rush.  The weight was closer to 3800 or 3900 with two fat guys, so I was pretty happy  

jpatt87 jpatt87
Enthusiast | Posts: 567 | Joined: 02/10
Posted: 10/01/12
06:36 PM

what was your 60ft time  

Dave632 Dave632
Addict | Posts: 2225 | Joined: 07/08
Posted: 10/01/12
07:43 PM

If the weight was that high I would push my guess up to 420-450hp.
Get those tires and reduce the weight and you will be seeing some low 12 second times.  
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76Skylark 76Skylark
Guru | Posts: 854 | Joined: 12/11
Posted: 10/02/12
07:49 AM

And only One Fat Guy at a Time!.Have Fun with your Toy.  

Dave632 Dave632
Addict | Posts: 2225 | Joined: 07/08
Posted: 10/03/12
07:36 AM

Icon Quote76Skylark:
And only One Fat Guy at a Time!.Have Fun with your Toy.

Grin  Grin  
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vega4 vega4
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/10
Posted: 10/03/12
05:57 PM

Icon Quotejpatt87:
what was your 60ft time

It was 2.55 secs.  the other fat guy was a hitch hiker, he said he was in a rush!  

Dave632 Dave632
Addict | Posts: 2225 | Joined: 07/08
Posted: 10/04/12
09:09 PM

I think my tow truck had a better 60' and yes I did run my tow truck down the track once. If I remember right it ran 11.9 in the 1/8th. It was quicker than a lot of rice cars which ran in the 12 and 13 second range. This was with a 350 motor in a Chevy 3500, 3 ton dually. The 2500 with the LS motor was quicker but I never took it to the track.
Getting some decent traction will dramatically reduce your times but it will not change your mph much.  
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vega4 vega4
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/10
Posted: 10/05/12
06:52 AM

They don't call it a drag'in wagon for nothing.  

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