reply to post by Mark98SS
Here is an example of an 320 whp evo (on a mustang dyno) that hit mid 11's.
Granted I cannot drive and launch like this driver but if I hit close to the 350 whp on a road tune (tuned on the road vs. on a dyno so you get true
wheel load) my car should be close to the same. This car also has stock turbo, which is what I am planning for.
I have to admit I am a bit of a evo "fanboy" much of the time. However, I do respect and see the pure performance of cars such as yours.
My biggest problem is I need driver mods but I am afraid to break stuff
After I get my tune I will have my two step (a launch control rev limitor) which will be set at 5500 rpms. I doubt I will ever use it but I admit I
think hitting the two step sounds cool.
Evo two step sound..
***Basically for those who do not know a two step allows me to launch the car at 5500 rpms while slipping the clutch a bit. This allows a car with AWD
to get a lead on cars it is racing with only a 2WD system due to lack of wheel spin (unless the car has huge whp).***
Your car rocks the tracks for sure and could take mine I am sure of that. I can say though that I can get around in the winter with mine really nicely
sorry had to toss that in.