West Virginia Chapter Director /
MA Drag Race Team Coordinator
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Hedgesville, WV
This is something I've been thinking about for a long time. Most of the calculators show a specific HP to ET ratio.
I know there are a lot of cars on here that have dyno and have run track numbers. Obviously, track conditions and other factors are involved as well as car set ups.
I'd like to see a list of the track bunnies on here whether it be a 3.8 SC with Power adder, 3.8's, 5.0's, bored and stroked SB Fords, 4.6s ETC that have verified dyno numbers and track results.
It can be either NA or power adder. Some information on the combination, PI, Non PI, Stock and/or aluminum block, etc and where/when the runs occured would be nice too. Don't need to get into total detail.
This might be helpful for some of those that are planning power mods and running at the track down the road to see whats out there and how it works, and the power needed to attempt to hit certain ET's.
I'll start with mine
Stock Iron 96 4.6L 2V, shortblock, Stock PI heads, Stage 1 cams, Stock Bullitt Intake and TB, JBA Headers
Dynoed 251 HP Naturally Aspirated (2006), Best ET 12.94 @ 105+ (Mason Dixon Dragway- April 2012)
Dynoed 350 HP Nitrous Adder (2006), Best ET 11.75 @ 113.7+ (Mason Dixon Dragway- April 2012)
3680# with me in it!! I'm a lightweight so I guess that helps LOL!
1996 Cougar XR7 Special Edition (Street & Strip)
"There's a bad, built NA 4.6L COMING Spring-Summer 2018"
Elite member of the Halfshaft snapping, Auburn eating, Tranny crunching, Piston Melting, Tire lifting, 500+ lb ft Torque Club.
Cougar ET-Stock 4.6 shortblock/Stock PI headswap Bullitt NA 12.94 @ 105+
Nitrous 11.75 @ 114 MPH
2008 Ford Powerstroke 6.4 TT F250 4X4 Supercrew: 12.82 @ 105 MPH
"IN MEMORY OF MY FRIENDS JOEL BENDER 1979-2006", JOHNNY LANGTON 1975-2011, and MICHAEL VIVERETTE 1953-2013"
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