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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby Asylum » Sat Jun 27, 2015 10:36 pm

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And with all due respect I think you are looking at mid 12's "maybe".

My call? 12.65 @ 115 mph.



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115 mph for the power you are making.

12.65 trying to get it to launch,

Rodney ran some incredible mph numbers, which indicate horsepower, but launching a FWD car is yet again another science.

Weight transfer is your enemy and inertia once the tires catch up can be a killer. (Turbo lag CAN be a good thing!)

You are going to need ~1.75 sec 60 foot time to get anywhere close to an 11.

That is what will kill ya!

Look forward to your results.

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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Sun Jun 28, 2015 2:05 pm

I run 1.80 60's with my Mickey Thompson slicks on and lauch control leaving with 10psi. It jumps out of the hole :-) I blast supercharged mustangs out of the launch!!
Throw in no lift to shift, I won't lose boost and have to respool between gears, so I will be at 25PSI immediately upon taking my foot off of the clutch . My calculations say I should blow through the traps at 119mph. I'm telling you... This is an 11 sec car



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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Sun Jun 28, 2015 2:07 pm

I can also turn the boost at which I leave up higher, but I'm slowly working into that. Once I strt getting wheel spin leaving, I'll have to back it down and leave it right there. Still have opportunity for some sub 1.80 60' if I hold my mouth just right



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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Sun Jun 28, 2015 2:14 pm

Here is a vid of me leaving on a supercharged mustang... When I had 100 less Hp than today. About the halfway mark, I blew a coolant hose so I let off and coasted the rest of the track. That mustang went a 12.30
I went 13.80 coasting.
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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby Asylum » Sun Jun 28, 2015 7:08 pm

Well I am excited to see what you can accomplish.

Still think you are going to have to get 1.75 or better 60' (I was consistent at 1.87-1.89 and only 13.50's N/A)

Go for it, report all your runs good and bad, and don't break it!

Still predicting mid 12's, 115 FWIW.

REALLY hope you prove me wrong.

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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby 1988GTU » Sun Jun 28, 2015 7:43 pm

Take a spare set of axles and intake clamps.


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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Mon Jun 29, 2015 11:21 am

Thank you for the encouragement. I'll be posting vid of the best run and all time slips.



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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Sat Jul 04, 2015 9:28 am

Rained out yesterday as I was was 5 mins from the track :-( Really sux cuz that was an 80mi round trip



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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Sun Jul 12, 2015 11:20 am

T&T today at 1p and its a sunny day! It's on :-)



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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Sun Jul 12, 2015 5:59 pm

Made it happen today. I ran ok, but had this weird issue where right after each flatshift, I think the car was stumbling, as if it was stuck in flatshift mode limiting the RPM's for a second or so after I let off the clutch. I think that severely affected my times.

13.05 @ 111.11 with a 1.88 60'
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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby nukkinfuttz » Sun Jul 12, 2015 9:45 pm

So researching on msextra.com I find others have the same issue of it falling on its face after a flat shift. Turns out, it cuts all spark to quickly bring the motor RPMS down, which fuel fouls the plugs... That's exactly what it felt like. Then after a period of time, it would come back to life. There is some settings to work with that can stop it from happening, but I might just turn that crap off for now. I could have done so much better today if not for this.



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Re: Nukkinfuttz Turbo GTZ

Postby Asylum » Mon Jul 13, 2015 7:33 am

First time out is always a learning experience and it's to be expected that not everything will be perfect.

That said, 111 mph IS impressive for a first outing.


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