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SRT - Stage 2.75 PROVEN TRACK RESULTS. With Video & Slips!

Well Ladies and Gentlemen,
We went to Crapital raceway yesterday and had a bit of fun. We ran yamsta's car (stage 2.75 kit, SRT 3" turbo exhaust, SRT VB upgrade, trans cooler, Blitz SBC-id iii, pump gas 93 octane, 16PSI) at the track to get some numbers. It was hot as sheit and humid as heck yesterday - 95°. The results were pretty impressive.

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Video for above, Run 1 - Take 1. click Here!


Video for above, Run 2 - Take 1. click Here!


Video for above, Run 3 - Take 1. click Here!


Video for above, Run 4 - Take 2. click Here!


Not too bad for our basic bolt on kit, huh?

MORE Videos coming soon ... Stay tuned.

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not too shabby at all for "Crapitol" run it next time @ MIR or come on up to etown like Ray used to do with a few of their cars..

what tires were those on? size?

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Thanks for making my decision harder Mo.
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Mo, Great runs, I cannot wait to finally get wrenching on mine!

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not too shabby at all for "Crapitol" run it next time @ MIR or come on up to etown like Ray used to do with a few of their cars..

what tires were those on? size?
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On the contrary, this should have made your decision easier
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awesome times/traps... the 60 foot is a little slow, but what can you expect with street tires? great job Mo!! congrats on a proven-made kit!

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awesome times/traps... the 60 foot is a little slow, but what can you expect with street tires? great job Mo!! congrats on a proven-made kit!
That is true, next thing that car is getting is a Torque converter & return fuel system, That should put the car in the 11's on pump gas and 17PSI with street tires. Not too shabby for an entry level kit, LOL
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^ Sweet. Put some DR's or some MT ET STREETS and some footbrake skills launching with some boost should get that 60ft down. Get that 60ft down to 1.7's - 1.6's and that thing should be in the mid 11's. Good job guys!

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Pretty impressive considering its in full street trim on 18's . Does the car still retain the stock GE motor with stock internals?

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Does the car still retain the stock GE motor with stock internals?
completely stock GE motor/head with a headgasket

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Impressive, especially on stock internals at 16 psi. if i only had the funds

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This makes me even more anxious to get mine back. You think I should observe similar results with my setup Mo?

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What sort of power is that car putting down?

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