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« on: February 16, 2014, 07:00:20 PM »


Took the viper (2004 Stock w/Michelin Super Sports) out on an empty road using the GTech with the following results


First three runs had approx 5-6 gallons of gas in the tank

Last two runs full tank

Run 1 __ 60' was 2.2 __ 0-60 MPH was 4.06 __ 1/8 Mile was 8.04
Run 2 __ 60' was 2.1 __ 0-60 MPH was 4.02 __ 1/8 Mile was 8.01
Run 3 __ 60' was 1.9 __ 0-60 MPH was 3.97 __ 1/8 Mile was 7.86

Run 4 __ 60' was 2.3 __ 0-60 MPH was 4.37 __ 1/8 Mile was 8.35
Run 5 __ 60' was 2.3 __ 0-60 MPH was 4.35 __ 1/8 Mile was 8.25

Last two runs were at a different location w/full tank of gas. Didn't want to press my luck with to many runs at the same place. Weight of extra fuel and road surfaces may be the differences in results


Has anyone ever used a current model of the GTech purchased between (2010-2014) at a track to verify the results.
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« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2014, 08:45:41 PM »

I have an ancient Vericom computer (early type of GTech) and haven't had time to compare to my 2011 GTech.

My Vericom was .2 sec slower than my quartermile times and very acurate (depending on staging distance).  The GTech I thought had a setting of dragstrip?  The difference being that the first 6" (short stage roll out at the track) is .2 sec that my Vericom measures but being the roll out at the track it isn't measured.  My Vericom speeds were way off comapred to the track, but I would assume that the GTech would be much more acurate with an extra 30 years of technology?

I used to run 99mph in the 8th with my 68 'cuda but near as I remember it was 7.0ET.  I could be wrong as that was long ago.  The 'cuda was a low 10 to 9 sec quartermile streetcar.

You had more traction and bigger et?  I own extremely modified Gen 2s and can't remember if the Gen 3s launched easier or harder?  Hmm, now that I think about it, I've only driven a 2001 ACR and a few Gen 4s that autoX'd exactly the same.

I'll send this link to Trev.  TNT

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« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2014, 10:46:41 AM »

I used to run my 71 GTX...mostly on T&T nights as it was a daily driver.  Your Cuda really moved for those times - 440 or hemi.
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« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2014, 09:06:08 PM »

It was fastest on the street.  My 71 GTX did lose to a trailered Race car ... once.  It was a 4000# monster show car that did 9s as well. 


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