What are your 1/4 mile times?

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What are your 1/4 mile times?

Post by legacymax » Fri Aug 20, 2004 6:08 pm

what are people running in the quarter mile? What you guys down at sea level are running?

Track: Bandimere Speedway about 5600 ft
My Car: SS auto, 4.44 gears, 3 inch hks DP with one high flow cat in midpipe, de-snorked, spare tire still in, up on the converter= 16.6 at 82(mph?) Since then i have a torque chip and will have my Saab 900 installed before the next race. stock boost at 10 psi.

Question: for the 1/4 mile should i run my WRXwheels/re92s or stock 94 SS wheels or does make a difference?
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Post by georryan » Sat Aug 21, 2004 2:14 am

wait, you have 4.44 gears??? How'd you manage that?
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Post by mTk » Sat Aug 21, 2004 2:18 am

Tranny swap prolly, with the wrx wheels your car will accel slower, so i would run w/ the stock wheels (and tires for both).

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Post by legacymax » Tue Aug 24, 2004 6:48 am

I just bought the car about 6 months ago and it already had the 4.44 gears in it. I asked the previous owner and he said they are out of a late model Outback. The rear dif is late model and my speedometer is way off so right now i guess i'll believe him. The transmission is an older one because it has the black bolts holding the valve body up and they changed to all gold color bolts in 95. I put a transgo shift kit in it today and and when i took off the pan there was quite a bit of metal at the bottom so it will probably need a overhaul soon. Then i will see for sure. :?
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Post by farfrumwork » Mon Aug 30, 2004 7:26 pm

16.6@82 is pretty good for Bandi. what was the temp?

My '98 Legacy 2.5GT ran a best of 16.8@82, and that was with full header/cat/exh./ intake/ pulleys and launching as well as the clutch would allow (5spd obviously)

The GT's gone now, but I will be picking up a turbo Leg before spring (hopefully). I am looking for a 5spd, but the auto's are soooo abundant (in comparison) and cheaper.... so we'll see.

I like seeing an auto pull 16.6ET's up here - that gives me some hope :) I really would like a mid 15sec car out of it so the auto *might* just work.... hell, your probably just a TC job away from 16flat now.

You going to race in the Import Drags on 9/18 (or whenever it is)?
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Post by rsstiboy » Fri Sep 03, 2004 9:25 am

13.18 @ 106.9 MPH 2.050 60ft
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Post by douglas vincent » Fri Sep 03, 2004 4:47 pm

I started at a 16.6 @ 79 with my stock 1990 NA.

Switched to an 80 shot nitrous and pulled a single 14.967 at 91. Most runs were 15.2.

Switched to 55 shot of nitrous and supercharger and pulled multiple 14.8-15.0 second runs at 92-93 mph.

Supercharger alone is only 16.4 but is not working properly yet.
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Post by legacymax » Fri Sep 03, 2004 11:25 pm

I HEARD that there is a company called Knight Motorsports that sells kevlar clutch packs and paddle shifters for the 4EAT. Probably pretty expensive. I will think about that this winter when i am working on my engine. I am trying to get my Turbo XS high Performance MBC to work right and put a Saab 900 IC on this weekend before high School Drags. I will be in Moab during Import Mayhem. The temp was a blistering 67 degrees. :)
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Post by azn2nr » Mon Sep 20, 2004 12:54 am

oh my god. i feel horible now. douglas ran 16 in an n/a and my best is 17.3 with a .3 light.


legacymax whats your rpm crusing at 80 that should help tell if you have a 4.44 rear end and matching trans
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Post by douglas vincent » Mon Sep 20, 2004 6:47 am

Azn, remember if you are truly at Salt Lake City, you are way higher than I am to start with. That makes a big difference to start with. Then again, I was running as HARD as I could on a brand new clutch and I am a damn fast shifter. My wagon driven by the average Joe woould problably only pull a 17.2 when I would pull a 16.8. At 500 elevation (or whatever PIR is)

I finally have the SC installed again with new pistons and the new rrfpr and cant wait to see how it runs by itself. Probalby like a stock ss or better I hope.
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Post by azn2nr » Mon Sep 20, 2004 10:36 pm

i have an auto which makes it consistent but not fast. and yeah salt lake city is at 5000 ft but i didnt think it would make that much difference
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Post by BAC5.2 » Tue Sep 21, 2004 12:51 am

15.601 was my best ET.
90.93 was my best trap.

At 10psi with a HORRIBLE launch.
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Post by legacymax » Tue Oct 19, 2004 9:11 am

Sorry for the late post. Azn2nr, the elevation makes a pretty big difference. Suppose to be around a second or more for Bandi(varies). The 4EAT can be a great drag tranny if built right. Look at EasyStreet. The shift kit helped a lot, the cooler helps on the canyon runs with keeping the shift points solid, and the external filter helps too. I will post the rpms later because of the speedo being off, i have to pull out my GPS to get the correct speed.
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Post by mattyg41383 » Thu Feb 24, 2005 3:56 am

17.3 @ ??mph (Ill get the timeslips whenever I go home)

thats in my 1990 Wagon, 2WD auto, 277k miles (thats not a typo)... Intake, Magnaflow muffler, +100lbs of stereo

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Post by sammydafish » Fri May 13, 2005 2:35 am

damn, I'm dissapointed now. I just ran a 16.8 at 82mph at Lebanon Valley last night. Clutch is slipping horribly so I wasn't able to stay WOT the whole time. Still thought it was going to be a tad faster. This is on a 90 N/A wagon that I strapped a Toyota turbo and IC on. running about 5psi.

I've got to get the clutch thing sorted out, then I'll try to make a pass again and see what it can do.
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Post by LegacyPGT » Mon May 30, 2005 6:40 pm

12.6 @ 119.6mph at 1000 feet above sea level
93 octaine, with VF-34, STi pink injectors, STi Top mount I/C, HKS header, DC-sports up-pipe, Invidia Race Turbo Back, Blitz SUS intake, Turbo XS UTEC, with launch control, and a light anti-leg.
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Post by legacy92ej22t » Mon May 30, 2005 8:14 pm

LegacyPGT wrote:12.6 @ 119.6mph at 1000 feet above sea level
93 octaine, with VF-34, STi pink injectors, STi Top mount I/C, HKS header, DC-sports up-pipe, Invidia Race Turbo Back, Blitz SUS intake, Turbo XS UTEC, with launch control, and a light anti-leg.
I'm assuming that's with your WRX, right?

Nice time by the way. :D
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Post by LegacyPGT » Tue May 31, 2005 12:27 am

Yep that was with the WRX, but the 94 Legacy Turbo rally car is much slower....damn PGT turbo restrctors
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Post by morgie » Tue Jun 14, 2005 5:02 am

finally got some decent times..

13.38@103.75mph on 11psi and moderate launchs.. (1.99s 60')

now i'm getting a 4.44:1 tranny, and maybe some 550's so i could raise that boost a little :)

not too bad i think :)
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Post by legacy92ej22t » Tue Jun 14, 2005 5:16 am

Mid 13's on 11 psi? Hell ya Morgie!
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Post by morgie » Tue Jun 14, 2005 3:22 pm

yeah I was surprised too, last autumn i was doing 14.6 on 9psi.. :|

I guess my SDS setup is better now :)
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Post by douglas vincent » Thu Jun 16, 2005 6:03 am

SDS = ?

Thats almost "Bullshit" terrirtory with only 11 psi! Thats freaking insane for that low of PSI! But that means I can dream!
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Post by morgie » Fri Jun 17, 2005 1:46 am

SDS is the engine management i'm using. It's a pretty simple yet effective stand-alone ( www.sdsefi.com )

I've run a wideband for a month and fine-tuned the fuel / timing maps quite well. That may explain the times.
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Post by hackish » Sun Jul 24, 2005 9:43 pm

I barely consider SDS to be engine management. More like a box with a hampster inside that turns your injectors and coils on and off. All the same your time was a lot lower than mine...

Until reading this thread I was quite disappointed... Ran a 15.43. I'll have to dig up the MPH. Running 10 PSI, stock turbo, starion FMIC, 4.44 gears 2.5" exhaust and OEM management. I'll do up an ECU for myself soon.

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Post by Splinter » Thu Aug 04, 2005 3:23 pm

Where abouts do you go to do this?

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