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ran at castrol raceway today, got a new best.
[email protected] 88.97mph

mods are k&n drop in filter and pulled out the seats.

 

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Very nice! I'll add you right now! :wink:

Dumb question you are a 2.4 right? lol
 

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ya, 2.4L
 

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^ good, you have just been added :wink:
 

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What's your corrected altitude? You're almost as fast as my Cobalt SS/SC, but my corrected altitude is 7000 - 11000 feet above sea level.
 

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the altitude is 3200ft that day, dont know what that changes to for sea level, can some one convert for me?
 

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very nice times
 

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cruisn said:
the altitude is 3200ft that day, dont know what that changes to for sea level, can some one convert for me?
3200' would be the air pressure, density, and humidity in ideal weather directly above the ocean surface. In order to do any conversion somebody would need to know several things such as humidity, barometric pressure, temperature, etc.
 

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Re: Re:

cruisn said:
blackriderg6 said:
cruisn said:
the altitude is 3200ft that day, dont know what that changes to for sea level, can some one convert for me?
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seriously? that seems a little fast???
I know but its a very rough idea, lots of thing can impact the results.

Here is the conversion table.

Here is the NHRA altitude correction table.
http://members.cox.net/bobcosby/cobra/altitude.html

To convert your Quarter Mile ET and MPH to sea level times, multiply your ET and MPH with the applicable factor times .

Track Elevation (in ft) ET Factor MPH Factor
1200 .9874 1.0129
1300 .9861 1.0143
1400 .9848 1.0157
1500 .9835 1.0171
1600 .9822 1.0185
1700 .9809 1.0199
1800 .9796 1.0213
1900 .9783 1.0227
2000 .9770 1.0241
2100 .9757 1.0255
2200 .9744 1.0269
2300 .9731 1.0283
2400 .9718 1.0297
2500 .9705 1.0311
2600 .9692 1.0325
2700 .9679 1.0339
2800 .9666 1.0353
2900 .9653 1.0367
3000 .9640 1.0381
3100 .9627 1.0395
3200 .9614 1.0409
3300 .9601 1.0423
3400 .9588 1.0437
3500 .9575 1.0451
3600 .9562 1.0465
3700 .9549 1.0479
3800 .9536 1.0493
3900 .9523 1.0507
4000 .9510 1.0521
4100 .9497 1.0535
4200 .9484 1.0549
4300 .9471 1.0563
4400 .9458 1.0577
4500 .9445 1.0591
4600 .9432 1.0605
4700 .9419 1.0619
4800 .9406 1.0633
4900 .9393 1.0647
5000 .9380 1.0661
5100 .9367 1.0675
5200 .9354 1.0689
5300 .9341 1.0703
5400 .9328 1.0717
5500 .9315 1.0731
5600 .9302 1.0745
5700 .9289 1.0759
5800 .9276 1.0773
5900 .9263 1.0787
6000 .9250 1.0801
 

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your a god, lol. thanks for that
 

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there's no way in hell our cars would do a 14.8 stock (even with that filter)

it's a damn good time though.

never went to the track but on the streets I had a tough time beating 15.7 @ 89mph with my DashHawk

ofcourse traction isn't the same, since industrial areas are usually covered with sand and gravel.
 
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