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Author Topic: CA20E 0-60's?  (Read 2979 times)

Offline myREDcarMAN

CA20E 0-60's?
« on: 10:56:55 PM / 13-Sep-11 »
so i searched and saw one or two times for em....and lotsa dynos....
but was still curious as too maybe a broader spectrum of input?   
Ive gotten 11-12 ish with stopwatch, so jus wonnerin if this might be average or not?
(hopefully one day shell blow{pos} and i can swap a sr )
« Last Edit: 11:39:55 PM / 13-Sep-11 by myREDcarMAN »

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Offline Jay

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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #1 on: 12:02:41 AM / 14-Sep-11 »
A long time.
All there is to it really.

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Offline myREDcarMAN

Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #2 on: 12:06:31 AM / 14-Sep-11 »
oh ik ik....  : P
im jus lookin for giggles and crap....

Offline Athens

Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #3 on: 02:04:36 AM / 15-Sep-11 »
I tried to time a CA20E 0-60, but after a week and a half I got bored.
CA20E- bringing you blistering 2 and a half week 1/4 mile times since 1984

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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #4 on: 02:15:52 AM / 15-Sep-11 »
ca20e 0-60 in forever good luck timing that lol my kids will be old and grey by the time you hit 60.....

Offline myREDcarMAN

Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #5 on: 12:41:06 PM / 15-Sep-11 »
lol

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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #6 on: 04:50:43 PM / 15-Sep-11 »
I stopwatched my car when it was ca20e and automatic.. it was something around 13-14 if I recall... nothing to brag about anyway lol

Offline 86forever

Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #7 on: 07:37:00 PM / 15-Sep-11 »
i when i try it my stop watch said "to be cotinue" lol 19-21 in quater mile.

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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #8 on: 09:16:05 PM / 15-Sep-11 »
Mine was like 11 seconds, never did a 1/4 mile pass though... It didn't stay in the engine bay long enough.
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Offline Phisherman09

Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #9 on: 09:34:00 PM / 15-Sep-11 »
I ran a 19 second quarter mile. Threw down 68whp . Get some.

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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #10 on: 09:55:57 PM / 15-Sep-11 »
Administrators: Please re name this thread the ca20 massive abuse site. Probably needs one of those sticky thumb tack thingys too! Wait till I get mine swapped back in. I live on a huge hill and bet I can easily break 8 sec.
« Last Edit: 09:57:30 PM / 15-Sep-11 by rednucleus »

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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #11 on: 01:35:49 AM / 16-Sep-11 »
Motion Denied.
There is no website that advocates the CA20E for performance.  The most any will say is to advance the timing, and other little stuff for the whopping 4hp you'll extract.



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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #12 on: 04:53:50 AM / 16-Sep-11 »
there is something very cool with ca20e tho...


they last surprisingly long even without oil and coolant.

Proof: bad shape, with a head full of deposit from burning oil for too long, no oil no coolant.
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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #13 on: 01:06:05 PM / 16-Sep-11 »
lol wow and how many people were watching it sounded like a gamer show (audience) AWWWWWEEEEE! lol good shit.....

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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #14 on: 11:25:13 PM / 21-Sep-11 »
Im going to try to put mine out of its gutless misery with a bit more bang! Still awesome tho. Im glade i have a working tach now! I can laugh at how hard i am really pushing it now instead of judging by the pitch of the motor... 110km in third before i had to slow down for a corner, I think i shifted out of second at 70 ish... lol
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Re: CA20E 0-60's?
« Reply #15 on: 12:07:57 AM / 23-Sep-11 »
mines about a week and 3 days haha