How slow is your daily driver?

AyWoSch Motors

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Tested it on the way home and it works great. Resets when you stop and starts to record when you start moving again. Will keep your fastest time and speed.
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Only hit one stop light and could not punch it or get up to high speed because of traffic. But here's a little Sample.
That's cool, I'm gonna have to try that out.
 

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An app that measures your 0 to 60 or 1/4 mile and more by GPS. Pretty cool
I know lol i was askin if thats the one youre using? Ill try it, curious to see what my lil 4.3L will do other then smoke em from a stand still lol
 

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I figure if everyone uses the same app then it will be more fair. It's obviously on the honor system but, I think people will be honest about it. Need to start it's own thread tho probably. Lol

Just take a screen shot and there ya go.
 
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Dude! Ya done good!
Thanks man! What a bunch of fun we can have playin with that deal!

Yeah..lots on honor system , still fun though. I wanna play!

I am ALLLL about bracket racing. I bet my not cool civic will cut umm..umm...
Any day would probably run




14.7 @ 86
That's my dial in.
170k on the clock - air filter and muffler.
Weight reduction stage 1.

Wonder what the innerwebz says itll go?
 

AyWoSch Motors

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I just downloaded it, so I'll give it a try as soon as I get back.
 

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It’s a Corvette or Camaro Z28. Neither are slow. My Z28 has an all aluminum Corvette LS engine in it. It can break the tires loose at 60 mph when you stomp the pedal. It’s actually hard to keep it on the road. The ass is light and it’s got more horsepower than I actually use. My wife’s Yukon Denali has the 6.2 LS. It’s very fast also. We were at a stop light yesterday bringing her truck in for a new windshield due to a gravel truck a week ago. Anyway, she wanted to race me in my Vette. I laughed but she was serious.
 

Vbb199

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Here's my time for my 89 burb, on a fairly flat grade stopped in the middle of the road.

Stock coil, stock base timing, stock 12psi fuel pressure. 31" tire, 4.10 rear gear, 700r4.

Back on the old "pre engine bay fire" setup, I had an aftermarket coil and ignition system and a couple degrees put into the base timing.


Manually shifting it on this pull, I could hear the current stock coil fading at 4k, which the cam is practically flat at 4500, so I couldn't squeeze out a whole lot more.

This isnt a race truck... so I don't like beating on it too hard.

But.... I'll post a 2nd time after I turn the regulator up to 18psi to support the full 330hp + timing advanced+ better coil, and I'm confident it'll shave seconds off.

I would've ran it to 100mph, but the road was kinda busy , and thats dangerous at this time.
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Vbb199

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The lumina

3.1L, 4T65e

Tuned for 89 octane.
There's more on the table if I wanted to run 93 octane on it.

again, like the burb.... my wallet cries so I go with lower octane ...
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Vbb199

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I failed to mention the lumina was overheating the whole time, so I'm sure that didn't help chit.

I forgot about that recently revealed issue that still isn't resolved, so I'm sure the fancy shmansy ecm pulled timing and adjusted fueling against my favor to save itself from damage


Edit : the lumina has no bottom end

It sucks.
But..... roll racing.... it's hard to beat it from a 55mph, 2nd gear stand
I dare say it'll easily outrun my burb on a roll.
 
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I won't push either of my squares hard enough to find out how fast they are, but I do know they both laugh at the hopped up turbo diesel pickups that are driven by mentally off people who think they have the fastest thing on the road when the light turns green and leave huge clouds of black smoke to obscure the other drivers.
As I look in my rear view mirror, shake my head, and giggle to myself ............
 

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