1/8th mile MPH for my bolt on 95, decent?

Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by Stopsign32v, Sep 21, 2006.

  1. Stopsign32v

    Stopsign32v Active Member

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    Well I have a 95 with the mods in my sig. I was off the bottle on the runs and my timing is set at 10 degrees for the nitrous. Anyways I never got out of the hole good and had a pathetic 60' of 2.5. I KNOW I KNOW! :puke: Anyways the car ran [email protected] With a good run I think the car could hit low 9's at 77mph or so. What do you guys think? Is this below average, average, or above? :dunno:
     
  2. Lightning Struck

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    well I can tell you that my wifes best friend has a stock 94 GT with a 5-speed. The only thing it has is a pair of muflers ( stock tail pipes ) and her boy friend drives it at the local 1/8th strip and runs 9.10 to 9.30's all the time. Thats the only car around here with minimal mods, your time could be much better with traction.
     
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    I know. I'm not really worried about the ET since its not a drag car. The car has H&R SS springs and Bilstein shocks and struts so the street tires don't like to bite too well. Plus I will be putting in some 31's and slapping on some slicks. I was just wondering how the MPH averaged compared to other cars with minimal mods. :dunno:
     
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    with traction and good driving you should hit high 8's. if you have no traction, low to mid 9's.
     
  5. Lightning Struck

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    tell you what, you want to see some times with the 1/8 and 1/4 ? Go check out this site www.dragtimes.com and put in ford - mustang - and the year model you want to look at, you can spend HOURS looking at time slips and the mods that each car had. :thumb: