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Evo X MHI-18k 1/4 mile?

Apologies if this has been covered, but I've searched and came up empty handed. I have a MHI-18k on my 2014 GSR; full bolt ons on E85 that netted me 418whp/357tq on a mustang dyno. I was curious what this roughly translates to in the 1/4 mile, I've had people ask me what it should run, and I didn't have an answer for them.
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Apologies if this has been covered, but I've searched and came up empty handed. I have a MHI-18k on my 2014 GSR; full bolt ons on E85 that netted me 418whp/357tq on a mustang dyno. I was curious what this roughly translates to in the 1/4 mile, I've had people ask me what it should run, and I didn't have an answer for them.
Low 11's @ 122 for full weight assuming that is a proper low reading mustang dyno. Obviously if the launch is slow the MPH might be there but not the ET. It also depends on what your torque curve and horsepower under the curve looks like but low 11's should be doable with a good launch.

I'm aiming for high 10's @ 128 mph on my MR once the built clutchpacks are in. Since I'm already at 390-400 whp on a 20g compressor I'm targeting 450-460 whp on E85 with the MHI-18k and 3400 lbs weight.
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Wow, well I was going to be happy with a low 12. I guess I'll find out this Friday when I take it to the track, last time the whole launching thing didn't go very well. Is there a 60' time I should be aiming for?
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Wow, well I was going to be happy with a low 12. I guess I'll find out this Friday when I take it to the track, last time the whole launching thing didn't go very well. Is there a 60' time I should be aiming for?
Well ..... how did it go?
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Wow, well I was going to be happy with a low 12. I guess I'll find out this Friday when I take it to the track, last time the whole launching thing didn't go very well. Is there a 60' time I should be aiming for?

Your estimate sounds more realistic.....If you get into the 11's that's a bonus.
60ft depends on many variables like tires, track prep, launch technique. Since I am not
a professional I usually felt really, really good if I got a 1.7 or below 60 ft.

Keep us posted!!!
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I ran 12.0 @ 113 mph with 460whp on a dyno dynamics, i was hoping to run way faster but i didn't push the car that day since it was the first pass since the build. Also the 60ft was 1.8, i still feel my mph was pretty low but hey not much ppl can say they run 12.0 lol so still fortunate for the time. I am waiting to head back for the cool weather .
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I ran a 12.04 the other day with this turbo. I'm getting better at launching so I'm hoping for a 11.9 run next time i go. I also am doing this on no so good tires for drag racing. this was the 6th time I've ever launched the car so I have plenty of room for improvement. full weight car too. Weight the car once and it was 3505LB with out me in it.


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