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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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CAR: 1200 ute
MOTOR: A15, mild cam (54rwkw)
GEAR BOX: 5 speed
CLUTCH: stocka
DIFF: 4.11
TURBO/SUPER CHARGER/CARBY: 32/36 DGV weber
EXHAST: Extractors into a straight through 2.5"
WHEEL/TYRE package: 185/60R14

60 foot time: 2.3
1/4 mile time: 16.9
MPH/KPH: 76mph (into 8kt headwind)

should have done a mid 16 and a few more mph without the headwind.

Will have another crack when the blower is properly sorted out- hopefully high 14's so I can keep up with those stock 120y's


Posted on: 2007/1/31 4:39
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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First time I went out on the strip was with the car standard apart from the wheels and bog pipe (see engine bay pics :P)

Car: 75' 120y 4 Door Sedan
Motor: A12 Standard
Gearbox: 56A 4 sp
Clutch: Standard
Turbo/Super Carger/ Carby: Standard
Exhaust: Origional exhaust and muffler
Wheel/ Tyre package: 175\70R13

60 foot time: 2.656
1/4 mile time: 20.249
MPH: 64.84

Next time I went out I took everything out of the car that wasn't needed to drive me there but not over board as to remove dash and whatnot.

Car: 75' 120y 4 Door Sedan
Motor: A12 Standard
Gearbox: 56A 4 sp
Clutch: Standard
Turbo/Super Carger/ Carby: 32\36 DGV
Exhaust: A15 manifold with 1 3\4 inch pipe into lukey semi baffled dumped at diff
Wheel/ Tyre package: 175\70 R13 Front
155\something or rather 12 Rear

60 foot time: 2.592
1/4 mile time: 19.316
MPH: 68.80

And my best reaction time was down from the first time which was around 1.3 seconds to .569 seconds!! (not on that particular run though)


All in all that's what a standard vs slightly less standard, bummed out motor 120y will do down the strip. And that better run was my first for that night and I beat my friend in a KE Laser, by .03!!!!

Posted on: 2007/1/31 10:27
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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CAR:Nissan Bakkie
Motor:A14
GEARBOX:Std 5 speed
CLUCTH:Stock
DIFF:Stock
CARBY:38 weber
EXT:5oMM
TIRE/WHEEL package:155/80/12
STD Steel Rims

1/4MILE TIME 18.59(Wet Track)

Got only 1 go at it ,hopefully we will have another event this month

Posted on: 2007/2/1 17:54
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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note reguarding 1/4 mile my 1200 s/wag had a a14gx import removed su,s put on moded 32x36 down draught weber, welded on the adaptor [most people make the mistake and dont't] so i could open up intake manifold. heaverly moded cyl head[my own porting] shaved beyoned belief match ported intake & exhaust,genie tuned extractors 2in exhaust a berkley stright through track muffler only.a rather large cam.i kept it std in the bore.also other mods brakes clucth,heavy duty 4 speed etc.on a stop watch 2 up app mid 9's 0 to 100 from memory 15's 1/4 mile pasenger doing timing.app200.plus kph stuffed a few 8000 rpm tacho's,this was in 97. used to scare most v8 boys she had a bit of a rep.belive it or not i had 235x65x13's on the back & 215x65x13on the front on cam am spider mags with spacer plates , they were off a toyota corolla i am 42 and been moden 1200's since 1983 yep still got the old girl part of the family had s/wag since 1989.yes s/wag family man wife loved the a series grunt.8's cyl.s are . allways to manyp.s iknow ther not offical times but clock don't lie

Posted on: 2007/2/3 11:10
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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ran the car again last night.bad track.

10.29 e.t
133mph
109mph to half track.
very loose
andra licence all done and fastest so far so im happy.

Posted on: 2007/2/4 2:48
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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Well done dat383! That's an exceptional time and an amazing mph number.

What do you think the car is capable of?

Matty

Posted on: 2007/2/4 6:26
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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by dat383 on 2007/2/4 12:48:20

ran the car again last night.bad track.

10.29 e.t
133mph
109mph to half track.
very loose
andra licence all done and fastest so far so im happy.


Got a 60' time too?

Posted on: 2007/2/4 17:14
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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it still went 1.6 to sixty foot,but i was having a few problems holding it on the line to get the stall up.
it was leaving at about 2500rpm.
should be more like 4500rpm.
i hope on a good track it will run a nine,i am still running the carb out of the box,no jet changes yet and no changes to ignition timing.
on saturday it was pretty much black tracking most of the track,esp. the first third and last third of the track.
i plan to be at the tin tops in a few months so it will be a good track then,see how it goes.

Posted on: 2007/2/5 4:04
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Re: 1/4 mile time log.
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CAR: 1200 coupe
MOTOR: A14
GEARBOX: option1 5speed
CLUTCH: exeedy ceramic button
DIFF: h165 locked 3.9:1
INDUCTION: 45mm throttle bodys
EXHAST: JTS extractors, 2.5" pipe
WHEEL/TYRE: 195,50,15 yokohama advans

60 FOOT TIME : 2.0
1/4 MILE TIME : 14.1
MPH: 97.1

Posted on: 2007/2/5 5:18
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CAR: 1200 sedan (my old car)
MOTOR: CA18det (<100psi in one cylinder) 78kW@wheels
GEARBOX: Stumpy Skyline 5 speed (crunched every gear change)
CLUTCH: whatever
DIFF: h165 3.9:1
INDUCTION: EFI, S14 T28
EXHAUST: 2.25 mandrel.
WHEEL/TYRE: 205/14-60

60 FOOT TIME : dunno
1/4 MILE TIME : 15.0
MPH: 91mph

Posted on: 2007/2/5 5:51
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