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In the latest issue of MM&FF, Evan Smith tested a 624hp GT350 in the 1/4 mile.

Their best time with stock tires was a 11.62 @ 122 mph. They then tested with M/T drag radials and ran a 11.55 @ 120 mph.

 

For comparison's sake, the two fastest Shelbys they had tested before were a 725hp Super Snake and a 540hp GT500KR.

The best 1/4 mile time for the Super Snake was 10.87 @ 134 mph on M/T ET Street tires. They didn't even try to test this beast with stock tires. :burnout:

The best 1/4 mile times for the KR were 11.92 @ 120 mph with stock tires and 11.58 @ 122 mph with M/T ET Street tires.

 

BTW, Evan Smith always runs the best times out of all the magazines. :peelout:

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FYI :read:

 

In the latest issue of MM&FF, Evan Smith tested a 624hp GT350 in the 1/4 mile.

Their best time with stock tires was a 11.62 @ 122 mph. They then tested with M/T drag radials and ran a 11.55 @ 120 mph.

 

For comparison's sake, the two fastest Shelbys they had tested before were a 725hp Super Snake and a 540hp GT500KR.

The best 1/4 mile time for the Super Snake was 10.87 @ 134 mph on M/T ET Street tires. They didn't even try to test this beast with stock tires. :burnout:

The best 1/4 mile times for the KR were 11.92 @ 120 mph with stock tires and 11.58 @ 122 mph with M/T ET Street tires.

 

BTW, Evan Smith always runs the best times out of all the magazines. :peelout:

 

So the GT350 offers what in the quarter mile versus the SS?

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Evan Smith is prety good at the drag strip!

 

Very interesting that the DR's only picked up a tenth and lost 2 mph. :headscratch:

 

I would have expected much better MPH seeing that I ran 120 mph on my 12.49 pass.

 

 

They did say they tested in hotter, more humid conditions with the M/T tires.

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FYI :read:

 

In the latest issue of MM&FF, Evan Smith tested a 624hp GT350 in the 1/4 mile.

Their best time with stock tires was a 11.62 @ 122 mph. They then tested with M/T drag radials and ran a 11.55 @ 120 mph.

 

For comparison's sake, the two fastest Shelbys they had tested before were a 725hp Super Snake and a 540hp GT500KR.

The best 1/4 mile time for the Super Snake was 10.87 @ 134 mph on M/T ET Street tires. They didn't even try to test this beast with stock tires. :burnout:

The best 1/4 mile times for the KR were 11.92 @ 120 mph with stock tires and 11.58 @ 122 mph with M/T ET Street tires.

 

BTW, Evan Smith always runs the best times out of all the magazines. :peelout:

 

 

 

Thank you Captain for posting the factual information on the GT350 and the true quarter mile times of the 624 HP car. There have been some claims of sorts about its alledged 1/4 mile times and Trap Speeds in the Team Shelby threads in the GT350 Section. Now we know the truth or aleast as close as you can come with some real reporting and actual testing without the Cool-aid induced stories of a few GT350 owners. :hysterical: Thanks

 

Scotty

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No koolaid here Scott. The car ran what it ran. That said, I'm running well over 100 HP more than the stock 624, so whatever time I end up running, it won't be what GT350 owners should expect without some modifications. You guys will be the first to know. But, I'm in Juneau Alaska, so it ain't gonna happen anytime soon...

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No koolaid here Scott. The car ran what it ran. That said, I'm running well over 100 HP more than the stock 624, so whatever time I end up running, it won't be what GT350 owners should expect without some modifications. You guys will be the first to know. But, I'm in Juneau Alaska, so it ain't gonna happen anytime soon...

 

 

So how much RWHP is that Warren ?

 

When did you get this 100 extra HP ?

 

What did you add to your car to give it 100 more H.P and is that at the rear wheels ? Also Warren why did you or your brother not tell us all about the additional mods that gave you this H.P in all of your previous Team Shelby posts about your car or are they top secret. :hysterical: You have told us about everthing else about your car ,but some how neglected or forgot to tell us about how you are making 100 more H.P on yout 624-R tune n the other mods you must have done to get that extra power ; Once again I love you and your brother and all that you do for Team Shelby.

 

However to be frank Warren the Storytail that you are weaving is getting deep. I have been down the track way to many times to believe your claims especially without proof , no time or dyno slips , 2.20 60ft times and bad clutch etc

 

No time or dyno slips the rest is BS end of your story. When you get a smaller pulley and or some forged internals or ported cylinders heads and or headers then I will believe you and so will everybody else. Bol

 

I still have a couple half gallons of Crown for you and the gang for the Dearborn Event. :happy feet:

 

Scotty

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So how much RWHP is that Warren ?

 

When did you get this 100 extra HP ?

 

What did you add to your car to give it 100 more H.P and is that at the rear wheels ? Also Warren why did you or your brother not tell us all about the additional mods that gave you this H.P in all of your previous Team Shelby posts about your car or are they top secret. :hysterical: You have told us about everthing else about your car ,but some how neglected or forgot to tell us about how you are making 100 more H.P on yout 624-R tune n the other mods you must have done to get that extra power ; Once again I love you and your brother and all that you do for Team Shelby.

 

However to be frank Warren the Storytail that you are weaving is getting deep. I have been down the track way to many times to believe your claims especially without proof , no time or dyno slips , 2.20 60ft times and bad clutch etc

 

No time or dyno slips the rest is BS end of your story. When you get a smaller pulley and or some forged internals or ported cylinders heads and or headers then I will believe you and so will everybody else. Bol

 

I still have a couple half gallons of Crown for you and the gang for the Dearborn Event. :happy feet:

 

Scotty

 

 

 

Warren upgrade for horsepower was discussed in the mods section a couple of weeks ago. If I did everything correctly. the link is below

 

http://www.teamshelby.com/forums/index.php?/topic/66348-5th-modnext-level/

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Warren upgrade for horsepower was discussed in the mods section a couple of weeks ago. If I did everything correctly. the link is below

 

http://www.teamshelby.com/forums/index.php?/topic/66348-5th-modnext-level/

 

 

Ah thank you for pointing that out that Warren got a tune n pulley. However, the 588 RWHP is still not enough RWHP for the car to obtain a trap speed of 129 especially with a 2.20 60ft time. Still without a time slip the claims that Warren has made are unsubstanciated. Just use the 1/4 mile calculator. Sorry Warren time slip talks and BS walks end of story. :hysterical:

 

Scotty

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Hmm, maybe I'm making up everything...Maybe I don't even own a Shelby... I have shown you no proof that I have done a mod or even own a GT350, so perhaps we all should stop talking about how our cars perform because apparently, talk is cheap.

 

Funny thing is Scotty, I haven't done 200+ runs down a dragstrip, and in fact, never done a single one timed until I bought the GT350. So I wouldn't know if 100mph was a good trap speed or 150...

 

One thing we CAN agree on is if I was able to do it before with a clutch not engaging right, it stands to reason I will do it again, right? So I post that I will keep proof and show the numbers as soon as I get back from vacation, as Alaska has few 1/4 mile drag strips, no Internet for me to post it, and makes loading and unloading the car tough and hard on the paint job. So while I'm away, I guess we all get impatient, and decide to call me out when I have been nothing but an open book up until this point.

 

I guess what I am saying is- I don't keep secrets, and I you go to the mods section, you see- 1st mod, 2nd mod, etc. Nice and simple and easy to spot. Apparently not worth looking at, it is ignored along with my promise to show data as soon as I get home and back out on the strip.

 

I swore I would not share further info publicly since you guys don't feel one thread is enough to pound on me and call me a liar-, but I will do 2 things- my car will be at the raceway Wednesday night, and I will post time slips even if it is dnf because I spun and went into the wall, because obviously, you won't beleive that unless I show you proof of impact.

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Oh yeah, btw- before you tell me how impossible a 129 is, check this out-

 

http://mustangforums.com/forum/5-0l-v8-technical-discussions/623127-10-74-129mph-for-the-lethal-performance-2011-5-0l.html

 

I'm running 11 lbs of boost and have all other mods this car has minus the working clutch return spring.

 

But, my car has Shelby written on it, so it must be slower, right?

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Oh yeah, btw- before you tell me how impossible a 129 is, check this out-

 

http://mustangforums.com/forum/5-0l-v8-technical-discussions/623127-10-74-129mph-for-the-lethal-performance-2011-5-0l.html

 

I'm running 11 lbs of boost and have all other mods this car has minus the working clutch return spring.

 

But, my car has Shelby written on it, so it must be slower, right?

 

 

Hi Warren,

 

I own Shelby's also so I do not understand your last comment ?

 

I was also wondering if you have a whipple 2.9 supercharger on your GT350 ?

 

And

 

Warren I have read your post about your mods. That being said, you will need WELL OVER 600 RWHP not 588 or 587 RWHP to have a trap speed of 129 mph or faster. I look forward to you proving me wrong and when and if you do i will apoligize publically on this forum and in person at the Dearborn Event. So here's to you substanciating your 129 trap speed and being in the hi 10's, but you will more likely be in the 11.30's - 11.60's with a trap speed of 120 - 125 mph. Only time will tell ; that and a time slip. I wish you the best on your runs.

 

And I still have thoses 1/2 gallons of Crown Royal :hysterical: So no matter what everyone is going to be happy in the end unless you do not like Crown Royal any more ?

 

Scotty g. XOXOX

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Yes, I have the frpp whipple. My comment was just a joke, as I am merely pointing out that apples to apples, my car is every bit the aforementioned lethal 5.0, with suspension mods and a tad bit more boost. So while you claim 588rwhp is not enough, remember this- the lethal 5.0 did it with less hp according to the tuner of both cars.

 

You may also be overlooking the fact that my car pulled 588 rwhp on a mustang Dyno, not a dynojet. They say to add 10-12%, so wouldn't that put rwhp more like 650rwhp on a dynojet? I'd love to find out- but won't until I get my hands on the mobile Dyno coming to mid America a la revan racing and Jon Lund.

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Oh yeah, btw- before you tell me how impossible a 129 is, check this out-

 

http://mustangforums.com/forum/5-0l-v8-technical-discussions/623127-10-74-129mph-for-the-lethal-performance-2011-5-0l.html

 

I'm running 11 lbs of boost and have all other mods this car has minus the working clutch return spring.

 

But, my car has Shelby written on it, so it must be slower, right?

 

 

Just for the sake of accuracy... The Lethal car is using a 2.9 whipple not the 2.3 in the 350 and they have an upgraded TB. I am interested in maxing performance safely (when i get mine...some time this year:( ).

 

What is the difference in performance between the 2.9 and 2.3??? Just wondering. I was thinking of adding the same TB and fuel injectors they used.

 

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Another great night at the track for Team Lethal and our 5.0 Mustang Magazine project car. The cold air finally showed up so we loaded up the 2011 and headed to Palm Beach International Raceway. This time we added a few more lbs of boost and C16 race fuel. The car has a stock motor, 100% stock suspension, stock exhaust manifolds and the stock 6 speed manual. The mods are: 2.9L Whipple supercharger, Whipple 123mm Intake, L&M 66mm throttle body, Lethal Performance 3" Offroad X-pipe, DSS driveshaft, Mcleod RXT clutch, SCT X3, Bogart drag wheels and of course the driver mod UPR Products Jeremy Martorella and tuner Jon Lund of Lund Racing.

 

Our first 2 runs of the night blew the tires off at the line. Our 3rd run Jeremy made some adjustments to the launch and cracked off an amazing 1.43 60ft which yielded us our fastest time yet 10.45@133mph. This was granny shifting the car. The run after that Jeremy wanted to powershift the car but the stock chrome shifter knob made it difficult and he missed 3rd gear. For our next run Jeremy swapped out the stock knob for a stock Shelby leather knob which he could get a better grip on.

 

So the last and final run of the night was made. Jeremy cut a 1.45 60ft and powershifted the car making it look like an automatic. The car ran a 10.39@133.25 making it our fastest pass to date.

 

Even though we may not have reached the limit of the stock block we're going to continue on with our project and start the build. Plans for the car will be a built motor, triple return fuel system using Fore Precision Works products and more boost.

 

You'll be able to read all about it in the upcoming issues of 5.0 Mustang Magazine thanks to Editor and good friend Steve Turner.

 

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Tags:

Lethal PerformanceLethalPerformanceTeam LethalWhipple2011 Mustang2011 5.0L2011 5.02011 mustang performance2011 mustang parts2011 mustang suspensionwhipple 2.9lwhipple superchargersdriveshaft shopbogart racingSCTJon LundJeremy MartorellaUPR productsUPRMcleodRXTMcleod RacingL&M throttle bodymustang specialists

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Just for the sake of accuracy... The Lethal car is using a 2.9 whipple not the 2.3 in the 350 and they have an upgraded TB. I am interested in maxing performance safely (when i get mine...some time this year:( ).

 

What is the difference in performance between the 2.9 and 2.3??? Just wondering. I was thinking of adding the same TB and fuel injectors they used.

 

Uploaded by Lethalcamp on Dec 9, 2010

 

Another great night at the track for Team Lethal and our 5.0 Mustang Magazine project car. The cold air finally showed up so we loaded up the 2011 and headed to Palm Beach International Raceway. This time we added a few more lbs of boost and C16 race fuel. The car has a stock motor, 100% stock suspension, stock exhaust manifolds and the stock 6 speed manual. The mods are: 2.9L Whipple supercharger, Whipple 123mm Intake, L&M 66mm throttle body, Lethal Performance 3" Offroad X-pipe, DSS driveshaft, Mcleod RXT clutch, SCT X3, Bogart drag wheels and of course the driver mod UPR Products Jeremy Martorella and tuner Jon Lund of Lund Racing.

 

Our first 2 runs of the night blew the tires off at the line. Our 3rd run Jeremy made some adjustments to the launch and cracked off an amazing 1.43 60ft which yielded us our fastest time yet 10.45@133mph. This was granny shifting the car. The run after that Jeremy wanted to powershift the car but the stock chrome shifter knob made it difficult and he missed 3rd gear. For our next run Jeremy swapped out the stock knob for a stock Shelby leather knob which he could get a better grip on.

 

So the last and final run of the night was made. Jeremy cut a 1.45 60ft and powershifted the car making it look like an automatic. The car ran a 10.39@133.25 making it our fastest pass to date.

 

Even though we may not have reached the limit of the stock block we're going to continue on with our project and start the build. Plans for the car will be a built motor, triple return fuel system using Fore Precision Works products and more boost.

 

You'll be able to read all about it in the upcoming issues of 5.0 Mustang Magazine thanks to Editor and good friend Steve Turner.

 

Category:

Autos & Vehicles

 

Tags:

Lethal PerformanceLethalPerformanceTeam LethalWhipple2011 Mustang2011 5.0L2011 5.02011 mustang performance2011 mustang parts2011 mustang suspensionwhipple 2.9lwhipple superchargersdriveshaft shopbogart racingSCTJon LundJeremy MartorellaUPR productsUPRMcleodRXTMcleod RacingL&M throttle bodymustang specialists

 

 

 

Thank you !!! ; Gator for proving all of my points in my previous posts for me on this and another thread in the GT350 section. Further more the points that you bolded are exactly what I was getting at when calling Warren out on his cars Trap Speed. Additionally, his car is not the same as Lethal Performances 2011 Mustang 5.0 as he porported it to be. So thank you again for posting this information and substanciating all of my points not to mention the 60ft times, Trap Speeds and the C16 Fuel Lethal was running. When you have been down a Drag Strip 200 plus times there is no way of getting us people to believe what your saying when you know that what you have been told just does not add up and the Performance Calculator and this post from Lethal Performance proves it.

 

Respectfully,

 

Scotty g.

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Well, dont know what vindication you think you are getting there Scotty. I am putting more boost with the 2.3 than the 2.9 they are running due to my pulley size. John Lund Lund told me we are running almost identical HP and Torque numbers...

 

True, the SC is a different size, but its PSI that dictate additional power, no? Im putting out 11 lbs of boost, they are putting out 10...(do please correct me if Im wrong on this point)

 

Other than that,

 

DSS driveshaft, check

Whipple 123 mm intake, check

SCT X3, check

Jon Lund tune, check

McCleod RXT Clutch, check (just got that)

3" exhaust, check (Borla for my car)

 

The only two things I dont have- Im running the stock throttle body as Jon told me to keep it stock as there is no real benefit to upgrade it at this time, and dont have the D/Rs.

 

:headscratch:

 

But, I assure you....I'll post a 129 or better trap speed, and the only payoff will be silence....as compared to the countless ( I bet at LEAST a dozen different posts) saying it is impossible. Or maybe I'll get wow, okay, thanks....gee what great incentives and reasons to post and share my experiences...where do I post the next unbelievable thread...

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Its okay Scotty,

 

I can see how you can totally beleive a 133 trap speed from the Lethal 5.0, but since my experience is coming from me, and I dont have a throttle body and D/Rs, a 129 is complete BULLSHIT...dont strain yourself on the response....its cool

 

I do find it funny that I dont see a timeslip on their "claim" either, but you are fine with what they are saying, cuz they had a guy with a camera shoot a video of the run where you cant even see the time and speed....:hysterical::headscratch:

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Its okay Scotty,

 

I can see how you can totally beleive a 133 trap speed from the Lethal 5.0, but since my experience is coming from me, and I dont have a throttle body and D/Rs, a 129 is complete BULLSHIT...dont strain yourself on the response....its cool

 

I do find it funny that I dont see a timeslip on their "claim" either, but you are fine with what they are saying, cuz they had a guy with a camera shoot a video of the run where you cant even see the time and speed....:hysterical::headscratch:

 

 

 

 

 

Talk is cheap Warren and you have no proof. Additionally Lethal's Trap Speed was obtained with an amazing 60 ft. time which you are failing to realize is how they obtained 133 mph and their low 10 second pass with an expert 1/4 mile driver. There is no way you had a Trap Speed of 129 mph with a 2.20 60 ft.time and with only one or two passes under your belt. It does and would take at least a dozen if not more passes for an inexperienced driver; that you admitted you are; and that is only one of the reasons that your 60ft.time was a 2.20. So I will end this post here with this to say and I quote " Put up or shut up " You got no proof and everything you have stated to this point about your 60ft.time and bad clutch, also missing a gear and coasting thru the Speed Trap lights substanciates the fact that you could not and did hit the 129 mph mark and are a bunch of excuses. One last thing you also claimed on another Thread that you had done an 11 second pass and then had to admitt to having done it on a simulator or dyno. Even if your car is capable ; you are not ; it takes countless runs down a 1/4 mile before you can obtain the results that the expert driver for Lethal Performance had done and that is the bottom line. It would be just like saying you ran the same Lap Times as Gary Davis at the Las Vegas Bash. So pass whatever you have been smoking or post your time slips. I am done with your stories and lack of proof and experience on a 1/4 mile. This is so pathetic that you do not even realize that you are full of it ; I am sorry to say. I look forward to your time slip or video proving me wrong. This thread has been a total joke so I am done with all of your excuses and rationalizations. I repeat what I stated earlier. " Put up or shut up " !!!

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Yeah, exactly.

 

Scott, you are officially grand poobah for the "team Shelby hatred club". Enjoy your throne, scepter is in the mail....

 

Just don't tell anyone...they may ask for proof.

 

 

Then that must make you the official Grand Poobah for the Team Shelby B.S. Club. So enjoy your throne and the hip waiters are on there way for all the other members. Additionally, i am not a hater, but I can not stand a person that has blantently and repeatedly change their story of how they have accomplished something they have not. :hysterical:

 

I can not wait for you to prove me wrong tomorrow when you go to the Drag Strip. Do not forget to video and your time slip.I will say it one more time for you Warren " Put up or shut up ". You must like being proven wrong for you keep on coming back for more and if you did know anything about Drag Racing you would stop coming back for more until you actually accomplish what you have portedly already done. :finger:

 

Oh yah do not be nervous at the track tomorrow for only all of the Team Shelby Members that have been listening to your stories are waiting for you to prove that you are not full of B,S.

 

You might want to get some advice on what to do when you get to the Drag Strip so you do not choke. :hysterical:

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"Posted 29 May 2011 - 05:25 PM

 

Yeah, just picked up my car. Clutch seems great, but I'm having some engine problems now. Codes 0300, 0304, 0307....misfire on cylinders 4 and 7. Guess it might be pushing it to get a run Wednesday. I planned on putting 500 miles on the car the next few days to get the clutch broke in, but now I've got this to deal with.

 

Scotty, funny thing is my mechanic really doubted you having any knowledge of drag racing whatsoever, as a trap speed alone is no telling factor without all numbers being considered. He simply noted that 129 would be hard to believe with a 1.6 sec 60 ft, but reminded me that I had major wheel spin on launch with a 2.2 sec 60 ft., so 129 shouldn't be a surprise to anyone with experience. Just a number to me. I don't care. I've driven my gt500 172 mph with the top down, and 175 with it up. That is something of an achievement to me...not 10-12 seconds of acceleration...or in 2008 driving at top speed several minutes at a time for 6 or 7 stretches....at the Shelby Bullrun in Terlingua....which btw, Nordic Shelby did a great job keeping up in his SGT, and we were averaging at least 130 over a 100 miles of road. That is an achievement of true performance. I'm just doing 1/4 mile runs because every test I have seen is all over the place, but I get no real sense of achievement or fun from it. It's hard on the car and over before you have a chance to get into it. Just my opinion, but we will get baxk out there and give it a go once more. I have no doubt I will get my trap speed number again, and then I will do a better run and get a lower trap speed and better 1/4 mile time.

 

Btw- I don't doubt your drag experience and defended you when he said that, but he felt you shouldn't be questioning that trap speed. Many cars hit well above 130 out at our raceway. "

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Dont you remember this post from the other thread? Thats what Im talking about Scotty...you dont even pay attention to what Im writing...:headscratch:

 

Oh, and one more thing...0-60 ft could be 10 seconds and I could still have a 129 trap speed. I could sit on the line, or spin my tires until they hook and get a nice speed boost, but it would kill my 1/4 mile time....which is exactly what happened...

 

The good news is, even though I cant run tomorrow, I have contacted the track and asked THEM for a copy of the timeslip, since I did post my car number and time and date on a later and a little better time timeslip in another thread, I am hoping they can simply reprint the slip so I can provide that holy grail of tie slips JUST for you....

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What's the matter Warren afraid to go to the drag strip ? This just sounds like another one of your excuses for no time slip. :redcard: Why don't you just go to the track like you have stated you where going to do and repeat the trap speed that you have repeatedly claimed that you have done.

 

Now you are trying to weasle your way out of it and hoping that the drag strip can find a time slip that did not ever exist. What excuse is next you sprained your ankle and you can not push your clutch in to shift. :hysterical:

 

All I know if someone was calling me out I would be at that drag strip to show them no matter what that I am not full of it and put down the run and speed that I knew I had already done and show that time slip to them and have them stick it where the sun don't shine. After all you did state that you have all the boost and more power than the 2011 5.0 Mustang that Lethal Performance has and they ran a 10.39 at 133 mph. So a Trap Speed of 129 should be a walk in the park

for you let alone a high 10 second run. :hysterical:

 

Oh ya one last question what was the number that was assigned to your car and written on you window ? I figure I better ask that now before you post this mystery time slip that the Drag Strip is trying to find and what date was your 129 Trap Speed on ?

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Welcome to the world of Drag Racing Warren!

 

Like "Pinks" which Scotty competed in....or pro wrestling...the talk is part of the schtick...makes for fun grudge matches...

 

I doubt that they will have the old slips, but ya never know....

 

 

 

 

:rockon::rockon::rockon: :burnout: :banvictory:

 

 

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FYI :read:

 

In the latest issue of MM&FF, Evan Smith tested a 624hp GT350 in the 1/4 mile.

Their best time with stock tires was a 11.62 @ 122 mph. They then tested with M/T drag radials and ran a 11.55 @ 120 mph.

 

For comparison's sake, the two fastest Shelbys they had tested before were a 725hp Super Snake and a 540hp GT500KR.

The best 1/4 mile time for the Super Snake was 10.87 @ 134 mph on M/T ET Street tires. They didn't even try to test this beast with stock tires. :burnout:

The best 1/4 mile times for the KR were 11.92 @ 120 mph with stock tires and 11.58 @ 122 mph with M/T ET Street tires.

 

BTW, Evan Smith always runs the best times out of all the magazines. :peelout:

 

 

http://www.musclemustangfastfords.com/features/mmfp_0910_2010_ford_shelby_gt500_drag_test/index.html

 

THATS FROM 2010 GT500

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http://www.musclemus...test/index.html

 

THATS FROM 2010 GT500

 

 

In my opinion this link shows Warren most likely isn't lieing (from my experience 60' times usually don't hurt trap speeds much if at all when your spinning). 11.70s @ 119mph on first try with MT ET streets with an otherwise stock 2010, and Warren has a GT350 that's modded. Let's try to chill and wait for the timeslip, afterall were all here for fun. :surrender:

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