Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by HorseDick, Nov 15, 2005.
275/60/15 (28") Mickey Thompsons
nice car the the rims just don't seem to match the looks
imho still a nice car
Thanks.....some people don't like it, but most do.
heh never said i did note like the car
i just said the rims don't exaclt work well for it is all
it is still a nice car
I know...I was talking about the wheel/tire combo.
BTW, I only keep these on for "drag racing season". Here's my other set of wheels...
Those Drag Season Wheels are intimidating
I hope you have a 12 bolt to go with that....
Nope, still on the stock 10. Waiting for it to blow up.....I've already launched on a 100 shot a few times without any problems. Automatics tend to be much easier on the rear...
I'm going to a pretty hookin' track Dec. 17th. Gonna try launching on a 150 shot and see if I blow the rear. Of course, I'll be trailering the car there....
I miss my green 95 :cry:
150 shot on an LT1 the motor is what you are going to blow
if not...bye bye rear end.
You obviously know nothing about the lt1
LT1s can hold 150 w/ stock cats.
can hold more then that
Still pulled off a [email protected]
That was on an easy launch too.... 1.84 60'
Wtf are you talking about? The cats have nothing to do with how big of a shot the bottom end of the motor is going to take. If you do not do some serious fuel modifications to that car (e.g. inline fuel pump, larger in tank fuel pump, injectors) you WILL burn up your pistons. The LS1 is a great deal stronger motor than the LT1 has ever been, stock for stock, and even on an LS1 150 shot on a stock bottom end is pushing it..... Just my $0.02, do what you will.
LOL you don't know dick about lt1's or ls1's then lol
Although cats do not have anything to do with it.
Tell me WHY I would have to use an intank pump AND an inline pump, when my fuel system with just the intank pump will support around 600rwhp? And why upgrade the injectors when running a wet shot?
and FYI the LS1 doesn't have forged internals either, so I don't see how it's a "great deal" stronger than the LT1 has ever been.
Tell you what...when I go to my track rental Dec. 17th, I'll get a video of a pass on a 150 shot and post it just for you, ok?
colder spark plugs and timing is some other stuff to consider when using a nitrous system, oh and the air/fuel ratio.
Believe it or not these lt1 and ls1's can run 175 shots and all you really have to do is change to tr6 or colder plugs. any more then that and you really should do a custom tune though.