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Well I am embarrassed to post these times, but excited because I know they can only get better.

My 99vert carries a load of 3800lbs with driver. Moderately tuned I dynoed 414.7rwhp and 386rwtq. My car has 19' boyd coddington rims and michelin pilots all the way around. This was the first time I have ever raced any car at a track. I live in Colorado where the air is thin and I believe Bandimere Speedway is 5600ft above sea level. Here is what I did on my 2nd and last run... No traction and my 60ft times suck.

R/t .474
60' 2.354
330 5.995
1/8 8.914
mph 82.10
1000ft 11.51
1/4 13.62
mph 104.39

What do people think is possible e/t's and mph with slicks and practice? I saw guys at the track that didn't have the mph at the end, but ran better e/t's?

Rear end has 3.55's
 

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at that elevation, you still should be able to break into the 12's I would think, But then again, your MPH is confusing for the amount of HP you are making. I know that you definitely need to toss the 19's for the track, those are killing you. With tires and practice, you should be doing a lot better! G/L

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I agree with ChrisBCritter. Try some slicks! They will definitly help your track times. With that much power, your mph doesn't seem that high. I would guees a mid 12 second run. Good luck!
 
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