I played around with Justin's g-tech thing last night. I do runs here and there when the roads are open. Last night I did email@example.com, which is 2 tenths and 3mph faster than I've ever run before, even with a so-so launch (2.10 60') and revving out 4th until I hit limiter. When i used the g-tech at the track with my mustang it was within .10 or 1mph, consistently, for 3 runs.
ah that sucks. if you call APR or the place that tuned you, they should have it on file.
13.9 is actually pretty weak for 100 octane, but acceptable on stretched street tires. There are guys hitting 13.1@106 with bolt ons, stock turbo and 100 octane. My trap is good for like a 13.4ish so I just need to get the 60' down and figure out better shift points.
from the guys page, "Remember how Brian was so worried when hector came in to Harry's with his specs for his 3 civics. Well hector better watch out for this bad boy as im coming for him!"
Last edited by spicygimp; 04-26-2012 at 03:38 PM. Reason: apparently delos is a f'n english teacher
In case anyone needs some cheap 5x100 wheels.
I know both . Witha lot of money you can make anything pretty amazing. Im just saying a new stock mustang right out of the box with nothing done is one hell of a blast to drive. Prolly the most fun in a stock non super car Ive ever had.
formally pow3r hour
The new 5.0 is a top competitor to the new M3. Go read some reviews and specs on one and your opinion will change. The only complaint i've heard about the new one is that the trans is notchy.
I was joking about trading my car in for one. But if I knew I could get a base GT for what I paid for my GTI I wouldn't be stuck driving a 2.0t right now. My friend just ordered a 2013 for 28k out the door.
I'd take the $26k savings (as tested) and spend $2500 on some serious suspension mods, or drive it as is because none of us are close to professional drivers and would never notice the difference.