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Author Topic: My Midnight Mayham Run...  (Read 2992 times)

Offline Wonderingraven

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My Midnight Mayham Run...
« on: 04:23:51 AM / 11-Feb-12 »

Read em and weep, I'm officially the slowest car tonight! win!

Transmission was slipping bad =(
but was successful launching at 2k RPM for some odd reason it wont go any higher.


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1987 - Project: Fairlady Silvia
1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
1986 - Project: Dread Pirate Robin
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Offline alundra

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #1 on: 07:25:30 AM / 11-Feb-12 »
Still pleasant to drag racing specially at night

Offline Sean_howell1

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #2 on: 08:43:13 AM / 11-Feb-12 »
Yup, I cant wait till mine is legal, gonna test mine out at the track!!

Offline Shark808

Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #3 on: 10:35:43 AM / 11-Feb-12 »

I truly enjoyed "every" second.  And goin balls-out at the drags 3X shows reliability.  Seen cars being towed after a couple runs, even some one-run wonders.  I found it helps to yell "Go Big V6 Go!" when I'm gettin on mine!
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Offline Wonderingraven

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #4 on: 12:10:05 PM / 11-Feb-12 »
Yeah, no point in having fun in a car if it's not reliable lol.
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1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
1986 - Project: Dread Pirate Robin
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Offline 1NZS12

Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #5 on: 02:23:22 PM / 11-Feb-12 »
cant wait to track test mine..hoping to be in the 12s

Offline Jeremy A

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #6 on: 02:29:34 PM / 11-Feb-12 »
WOOT!  GO S12 GO!

Offline JuneBug

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #7 on: 05:48:54 PM / 11-Feb-12 »
I took my 84 Turbo there.  It ran a 17.2, I had the slowest car there that night  :yay!:

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #8 on: 09:13:04 PM / 11-Feb-12 »



Here are the other 2 runs.
My car number is 131
1987 - Project: Fairlady Silvia
1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
1986 - Project: Dread Pirate Robin
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Offline Shark808

Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #9 on: 10:46:23 PM / 11-Feb-12 »

Appears you are 3-0 in reaction time against opponents.  That's what matters to a driver, the rest is car.  The .444 is impressive.  I never figured the under 70 MPH finishes.
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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #10 on: 11:03:28 PM / 11-Feb-12 »
yeah that is where it would take it's sweet time to get faster & faster. Feels like I need to get the paddles out and start rowing lol
Anytime after 55+ if I let go off the throttle before 55 around 40 it would then take forever to regain the momentum.

This is my theory I need to dump the auto and go manual, and I bet I'll get a better time and a slightly faster speeds in the 1/4 mile.
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1986 - Project: Serenity (backup daily driven)
1986 - Project: Dread Pirate Robin
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Offline Sean_howell1

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #11 on: 09:41:21 AM / 12-Feb-12 »
ur just spray it! mwhahha.

Offline Shark808

Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #12 on: 10:57:00 AM / 12-Feb-12 »


We used to drag race a friend's 455 Trans Am (auto) back when this island had a track.  He changed from 4.11 to 4.88.  I had a feeling it wasn't a good idea.  Nothing like running out of motor before the finish line.
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Offline 1NZS12

Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #13 on: 02:57:06 AM / 15-Feb-12 »
why doesnt everyone put their 1/4 mile times up on the board..there are fuck all drag or dyno runs on here

Offline seishuku

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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #14 on: 09:51:31 PM / 16-Feb-12 »
I would post more, but I run too fast and don't have a helmet.
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Re: My Midnight Mayham Run...
« Reply #15 on: 10:01:37 PM / 16-Feb-12 »
I haven't taken mine to the track yet maybe after the rebuild I will... i did dyno once tho stock ca18det 157hp and 153tq iirc I gotta dig out the slip or check the vid its here in a thread somewhere lol....