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10172013, 05:03 PM  #2 
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This is a true beast. Good job again PP performance.
BTW, When will you guys release some products for my 650GC?
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10172013, 07:46 PM  #5 
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Yeah same here. On drag radials I am hitting 11.68 @ 121mph bone stock with 20003000 DA.
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10172013, 09:27 PM  #7 
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very nice, any idea where we can get "race logic" device like that?
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10182013, 05:45 AM  #13  
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You would only see the difference in a GTBoard type shootout with a rolling start from 50km/h to topspeed. That's where you could see the difference between the Manhart M6 vs stock, when they tested that one back in May. In a standings start situation, you won't have any useable gains in ET, as traction is limited. 

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10182013, 09:20 AM  #15 
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First of all do the math... 60130mph DOES NOT EQUAL 100200km/h which is 62.1mph to 124.2mph.
Someone cut and pasted an excerpt of my vbox data. Here are a rolling run and standing start run converted to metric figures: On the standing start run without using any rollout or launch control: 0100km/h: 4.15 0160km/h: 7.97 0200km/h: 11.76 100200km/h: 7.61 On the rolling start: 100200km/h: 7.34 My car has K&N dropin filters and Supersprint Race mufflers... that is it. Full weight (a little more than 1/2 tank of gas) and my 240+lbs (109kg) at the helm. 
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10182013, 11:12 AM  #16 
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We're talking about a 1 ft roll start or a rolling start? Either way your results were no worse than his, even taking K&N, environment, slope, temperature, surface etc account

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You can configure the vbox to report the acceleration times with a 1 foot rollout. So it merely is chopping the time it takes to go 1 foot to simulate the timing lights at a drag strip. So the 0100km/h time would have been 3.81s with a 1 foot roll out. Otherwise, the rollout has no bearing on the 100200km/h times. 

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