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Author Topic: Vg30de 1/4 time?  (Read 3810 times)

Offline outtawheels

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Vg30de 1/4 time?
« on: 10:38:49 PM / 07-Sep-06 »
anyone know around what a vg30de would run in a quarter....the one i want is rated at like 230hp...and like 218 ft/lb of torque.... im thinking like late 13s to be conservative?


anyone else have this swap and could helpout?

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« Reply #1 on: 04:45:14 PM / 08-Sep-06 »
Look up 1/4 mile calculators.  The simple ones just take your weight and your horsepower and give an estimate.  Keep in mind there are A LOT of variables - gear ratio, driver, humidity, temperature, track conditions, tire condition, etc.  My guess would be low 14's/high 13's.
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« Reply #2 on: 01:51:19 PM / 09-Sep-06 »
cool thats what i was thinking too... its not for drag but after drifting it at npr they let you drag for free so why not.
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Vg30de 1/4 time?
« Reply #3 on: 08:18:04 PM / 16-Sep-06 »
Quote from: outtawheels
cool thats what i was thinking too... its not for drag but after drifting it at npr they let you drag for free so why not.

let go off of this the VG30E in the S12 ran a 16.5 bone stock. (rated at 160HP) bump it up to 230, id say low 15's high 14's. BUT, Gearing within the tranny and differential can change the whole attitude of a car.

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Vg30de 1/4 time?
« Reply #4 on: 04:21:44 PM / 03-Dec-06 »
the vg's add a considerable amount of weight.

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« Reply #5 on: 12:22:25 PM / 10-Jun-09 »
Cold Air Intake, Gutted Cat and Exhaust, plus about 100lbs less weight than stock (AC components removed, glass sunroof removed, tire & jack taken out) and whatya think I can hit.

Advance the timing, run 93, and lower tire pressures?
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« Reply #6 on: 01:32:57 PM / 10-Jun-09 »
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the vg's add a considerable amount of weight.


 

Not that much.


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