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Old Nov 12, 2017, 09:28 AM
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Stock Motor ETS 6466 1/4 Mile Results

Wanted to share my results from the 1/4 mile yesterday.

06 Evo SSL
57k miles
E85

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Stock bottom end, stock trans and stock t case
Ets v band turbo kit
Pte 6466 gen 2 dbb turbo
Kelford 272 cams
Gsc springs and retainers
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Tuned by Kasey Harris at Dyno Time speed works

This was the first pass of the day and first pass ever on these tires. I had my best 60’ on the next pass and almost got into the 6s 1/8 Mile but missed 4th gear. Was so mad. Probably would’ve been my 10.5-10.6 I wanted. This is on a comp stage 2 clutch and I think when it gets hot the shifting gets really notchy for some reason. Need an exedy twin disk and a shep trans so I can bang the gears and run a low 10.









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Nice job man!! Get that 60’ down to 1.6 and your low 10’s for sure, keep at it.
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Originally Posted by ctfpevoVIII View Post
Nice job man!! Get that 60 down to 1.6 and your low 10s for sure, keep at it.
Thanks man. Yeah Im slipping the clutch too much on my launch. Scared to let it out in fear of breaking something!
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Congrats! Is there a return trip planned?

I wouldn't worry about it on the slicks. Slicks and a 1.6 60 ft should be fine for stock drivetrain. The soft sidewall of the slicks will help absorb the initial shock.

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Congrats! Is there a return trip planned?

I wouldn't worry about it on the slicks. Sicks and a 1.6 60 ft should be fine for stock drivetrain. The soft sidewall of the slicks will help absorb the initial shock.

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Yes going to try and make it back either later this month or early next month and get a low to mid 10!
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Originally Posted by ETS Michael View Post
Slicks and a 1.6 60 ft should be fine for stock drivetrain. The soft sidewall of the slicks will help absorb the initial shock.

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Another reason I wanna do slicks. I too am scared of destroying the drivetrain, so this is good to know.


OP, good work man
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Using slicks will impose more risk on damaging the drivetrain because you have instant traction, therefore, rather than dissipating the energy thru wheel slip, it will transfer into the drive-line components and clutch slippage.

Slipping the wheels is a good thing for the drive-train!
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I've heard it go both ways. Tire slip can cause wheelhop or shock the drivetrain when it finally catches while slicks absorb that shock. But slicks provide a bunch more traction. I don't really know lol all I know is these damn Evos are a hell of a lot harder to cut a good 60' versus the DSMs that I'm used to.
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