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I haven't been able to go to the track to run my car due to this bipolor weather here in texas. I know to take off the front sway bar and tower to help out, but my main deal is seeing what I should be able to run?
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Slicks + 10 bolt = gamble. With a low stall you'd probably be fine, but those darn 10 bolts are hit or miss. I've seen guys run stock ones into the low 11's every weekend at the track. Then I blew one apart on the street.
I ran 13.6 @ 105mph one street tires a long time ago. That was at around 1500ft above sea level with just a few bolt on's and street tires.
^yup, my buddy cut 1.6 60s on his 10 bolt dumping the clutch at 5k on ET streets. it whined a little, but lasted all season. he just sold it
id run a nitto 555R if you want traction in the rain and get 15-20k miles on them. ET streets if you want to consistently dead hook, only will get about 10k though beating the crap out of them. The nittos were the best tire ive owned, but im not making 450+hp
well since everyone is chatting about what they have and what times you all have ide like to see what yow think my 93 is going to run. its a 93 z28 with 97 lt1 with pcm for less tune, intake , ported intake manifold, londtubes with y pipe no converter, mildly modified trans very mild, and the stock rearend with 150 wet shot.