That's WAYYYY too low. You need a bottle heater. You should be like 300 or 400 PSI more than that.venom95svt said:about 6-700psi in the bottle.
i was under the impression that stock 94-95 cobras ran between a mid to low 14. if you add a second and a half to the 13.7 that would be a 15.2 not a good time for a cobra. even if it is stock.BigPimpHustler said:That woudn't be all that bad for a pretty much stock mustang. The only two things in your sig that add any acceleration are your gears and your nos. a 13.7 would be almost a second and a half off your stock ET. That would be good.. not bad
Where do those numbers come from? I don't understand how anyone could think that is accurate.Bobo said:If you spun or didn't launch hard (like on slicks), try multiplying your 1/8 by 1.55. MPH by ~1.26. If you hook really good, multiply 1/8 et by 1.56 or 1.57. Some really good hookinh cars would multiply by 1.58.
10 years of drag racing and studying drag racing. Yes the #'s can vary, but usually the #'s are pretty close. I can't remember exactly where, but there are some of these 1/8 to 1/4 conversions on line and they always jive with mine. My time slips and friends time slips work out tooAnaconda said:
Where do those numbers come from? I don't understand how anyone could think that is accurate.