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Old 01-07-2002, 12:56 AM   #1
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The Best Way To Run Good Times In Your GT-S

When i took my celica to the track in Budds Creek, Maryland, the only mods i had done were and intake and drag radials. The first few runs i was hitting low 15's. Then i decided to unbolt the rear section of my exhaust, this helped out alot. I guess it freed up backpressure and made my car a bit quicker. My best time for the day was [email protected] It was only my second time at the track and i found out that i had to launch high with the nitto NT555R drags. I was launching around 4500-5500 rpm. I hope this helps you guys out a little. I also made it to the quik 8 that day and everybody had came around and was lookin at my car tryin to figure why it was so fast. It was kinda funny.
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Old 01-07-2002, 01:10 AM   #2
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good job~
hey i got celica GT-S 6spd also~ w/ injen rd intake and TsuperRacing medalion~
do you think i can pull mid 14's like you?
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Old 01-07-2002, 01:23 AM   #3
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nice times.. if u have sotck exhaus then you should gain a few ponies by unbolting..ofcourse this would change if u were to have an aftermarket exhaust, then its kinda pointless..
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hmm, maybe my times hurt so much b/c i'm still running the stock yokos. is it recommended to use drag radials for the drag strip? how much are they, sounds like they would be expensive.
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Old 01-07-2002, 02:55 AM   #5
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the stockers are fine for drag racing

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hmm, maybe my times hurt so much b/c i'm still running the stock yokos. is it recommended to use drag radials for the drag strip? how much are they, sounds like they would be expensive.
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