I was pretty impressed with my automatic SE R stock time of a 14.9 @ 94mph with a 2.289 60 ft. an only 5,000 miles on my car when i did it .. I ran it again after i put the s.techs on it an then the car only had 7200 miles on it an the car went 14.6 at 96mph wit a 2.208 60ft. An u also have to keep in mind this was run at Moroso which happens to be a very shitty track for hooking up i spin out of the hole but so far i very happy wit the cars time i am going to bradenton which is the second best track in the US, every car that runs at moroso then runs bradenton goes around about a few tenths of a sec faster so we will see .
I ran 15.3 @ 93 with a 2.351 60' on a full tank of midgrade with 2000 miles on her. Will compare that with my times after installing limited slip this week.
My best runs were against quiet cars or trucks when I could hear the engine and tiresqueal. If I ran against a 10 second Mustang, I could barely hear myself think, much less hear how much wheelspin I had going on. Sadly, my best run was with my AC on. D'oh. But it was in the fast lane against a (quiet) turbo Integra who inexplicably couldn't get below 17 all day.
My range was from 15.3 to 16.0 @ 89 to 93. The track just got slipperier as the night went on. 60' times were from 2.4 to 2.7.
Would really like to know what she would run on premium and a quarter tank of gas, but a full tank of midgrade was how my wife had filled it before she picked me up from work. A romantic Friday night at the track.
2005 L31 SER, limited slip, 245/40s, racing stripes.
2004 GX470. iPod adapter.
1991 MR2 Turbo sunroof. Rock stock.
1988 MR2 Supercharged. Limited slip. Hood strut.
1994 Pathfinder. 152 hp, but a good steed. Sold.
1971 510. Big radials. Konis. 1970s Tuner car. Sold.
Check my sig for my times (not exactly stock). My car has run better with every mile. My first track visit was at 1200 miles and the best I could do was 14.7 @96 (2.16 - 60'). At 10K miles the time was 14.5. The times below were with about 20k on the odo.
The one night I went to Moroso, the traction was awful. Bradenton's track is prepped much better.
BTW...A few of us are planning to go to Bradenton on 3/25 (Runday Sunday). Maybe you can join us.
Best stock time *first time with SE-R @ strip
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 2.4 60' (35psi in fronts)
Best time w/ AEM CAI *only mod
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 2.2 60' (approx 21psi in fronts)
Haven't been back to the strip since fall '05, when I ran the 14.4. Definitely need to take a few more passes after the additional mods (CE y-pipe, Nismo suspension, and Falken FK-451s). Of course, I think the biggest improvement is just knowing the car better - how to launch and drive it.
i ran a 14.6 bone stock at englishtown. i only had about 2000 miles on her. i think i would get a much better time if i knew how to drive the car at the time. now i think i could hit low 14's with a stock car. this summer im aiming for very low 13's with the mods that i have.
like someone said before, the best mod is knowing how to drive your car.
2005 ALTIMA SER 6SPEED
-ENOUGH MODS TO WHOOP YOUR ASS!!!!
-THIRD PLACE IN V6 N/A DYNO COMPETITION AT
NOPI NATIONALS 2006.
Originally Posted by swat1279
Tuko316, that vortec cyclone that you mentioned,ordered 2 and works great. I got great gains Thanks. Oh and your car is sharp dude.
Ran a 14.7 with a 2.365 60 foot bone stock here in Orlando. I ran it again with a Cold Air intake and a 2.374 60 foot and ran a 14.5. They key to getting good times is the 60 foot. Taking a tenth of a second off your 60 foot takes more than a tenth of a second of your time. I have the mods listed in my sig and will have the spacers, vias, and SSIM all installed tomorrow with Taz's motor mounts. Will all that installed I am going to the track next Friday. I will keep everyone posted with times.
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