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Somethin' to shoot for...
11-14-2015, 09:20 PM (This post was last modified: 11-14-2015 09:22 PM by Colonel Angus.)
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RE: Somethin' to shoot for...
As close to a 12.2 as you can get. Already itching to go back on a colder day and get it. Car is launching hard with no bog with the gear, I might need a bit more converter and my 3 year old tune needs a revision. Not going to pout, I got 3 PB's today out of 5 runs. Had to let the car cool completely down or it was back to 12.4's. Had a couple of my friends at the track wondering if the 26" tires would hook with the gear, had no problems hooking all day long. It's a good thing to have both tires grabbing and not having to do 2 burnouts per run to make sure I wasn't peg legging Laugh. Thanks to my friends on this forum for their help and advice making this swap possible. I got to meet Bryan and Alisha (hope I didn't butcher her name too badly), great folks! Bryan's SRT8 Charger runs hard people! I'm sure he will get on here to post his timeslips on both the Charger and his Whipple-blown Durango. Here is the time slip I posted on FB.


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11-14-2015, 09:47 PM
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RE: Somethin' to shoot for...
This is for that Voodoo feller who owns devil dawg, a bit of smack talk for not breaking into the 12.2xxx box.


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11-14-2015, 10:16 PM
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Nice!
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11-14-2015, 11:18 PM
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RE: Somethin' to shoot for...
(11-14-2015 09:20 PM)Colonel Angus Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.As close to a 12.2 as you can get. Already itching to go back on a colder day and get it. Car is launching hard with no bog with the gear, I might need a bit more converter and my 3 year old tune needs a revision. Not going to pout, I got 3 PB's today out of 5 runs. Had to let the car cool completely down or it was back to 12.4's. Had a couple of my friends at the track wondering if the 26" tires would hook with the gear, had no problems hooking all day long. It's a good thing to have both tires grabbing and not having to do 2 burnouts per run to make sure I wasn't peg legging Laugh. Thanks to my friends on this forum for their help and advice making this swap possible. I got to meet Bryan and Alisha (hope I didn't butcher her name too badly), great folks! Bryan's SRT8 Charger runs hard people! I'm sure he will get on here to post his timeslips on both the Charger and his Whipple-blown Durango. Here is the time slip I posted on FB.

Thanks for the kind words and it was good to meet you, too. She spells it Alishia, but that's close enough.

You may not have hit your 12.2's but you were still moving out....I had a front row view of 2 of your passes, Laugh

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11-14-2015, 11:25 PM
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RE: Somethin' to shoot for...
(11-14-2015 09:20 PM)Colonel Angus Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.As close to a 12.2 as you can get. Already itching to go back on a colder day and get it. Car is launching hard with no bog with the gear, I might need a bit more converter and my 3 year old tune needs a revision. Not going to pout, I got 3 PB's today out of 5 runs. Had to let the car cool completely down or it was back to 12.4's. Had a couple of my friends at the track wondering if the 26" tires would hook with the gear, had no problems hooking all day long. It's a good thing to have both tires grabbing and not having to do 2 burnouts per run to make sure I wasn't peg legging Laugh. Thanks to my friends on this forum for their help and advice making this swap possible. I got to meet Bryan and Alisha (hope I didn't butcher her name too badly), great folks! Bryan's SRT8 Charger runs hard people! I'm sure he will get on here to post his timeslips on both the Charger and his Whipple-blown Durango. Here is the time slip I posted on FB.

Congrats my friend!

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11-15-2015, 06:55 PM
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(11-14-2015 11:25 PM)BayouTigress Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.
(11-14-2015 09:20 PM)Colonel Angus Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.As close to a 12.2 as you can get. Already itching to go back on a colder day and get it. Car is launching hard with no bog with the gear, I might need a bit more converter and my 3 year old tune needs a revision. Not going to pout, I got 3 PB's today out of 5 runs. Had to let the car cool completely down or it was back to 12.4's. Had a couple of my friends at the track wondering if the 26" tires would hook with the gear, had no problems hooking all day long. It's a good thing to have both tires grabbing and not having to do 2 burnouts per run to make sure I wasn't peg legging Laugh. Thanks to my friends on this forum for their help and advice making this swap possible. I got to meet Bryan and Alisha (hope I didn't butcher her name too badly), great folks! Bryan's SRT8 Charger runs hard people! I'm sure he will get on here to post his timeslips on both the Charger and his Whipple-blown Durango. Here is the time slip I posted on FB.

Congrats my friend!

Thanks ma'am!

2013 Chrysler 200 retractable hard top-3.6 VVT
2007 Ram 1500 Quad Cab - 5.7 Hemi - 3:92 open diff.
2009 Challenger R/T auto J package
12.235@110.32 1.727 60' DA 879 ft.
Completely stock Big Grin
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11-16-2015, 10:23 PM
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RE: Somethin' to shoot for...
Good job Jack

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11-16-2015, 10:27 PM (This post was last modified: 11-16-2015 10:27 PM by BayouTigress.)
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(11-15-2015 06:55 PM)Colonel Angus Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.
(11-14-2015 11:25 PM)BayouTigress Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.
(11-14-2015 09:20 PM)Colonel Angus Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.As close to a 12.2 as you can get. Already itching to go back on a colder day and get it. Car is launching hard with no bog with the gear, I might need a bit more converter and my 3 year old tune needs a revision. Not going to pout, I got 3 PB's today out of 5 runs. Had to let the car cool completely down or it was back to 12.4's. Had a couple of my friends at the track wondering if the 26" tires would hook with the gear, had no problems hooking all day long. It's a good thing to have both tires grabbing and not having to do 2 burnouts per run to make sure I wasn't peg legging Laugh. Thanks to my friends on this forum for their help and advice making this swap possible. I got to meet Bryan and Alisha (hope I didn't butcher her name too badly), great folks! Bryan's SRT8 Charger runs hard people! I'm sure he will get on here to post his timeslips on both the Charger and his Whipple-blown Durango. Here is the time slip I posted on FB.

Congrats my friend!

Thanks ma'am!

Glad you had no traction issues because I pretty much always did with that gear. But my better half will tell you that a driver mod would have fixed that problem Smile

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"The first thing you check is the loose nut behind the wheel"
185.3 mph at the 10/14 Texas Mile
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11-16-2015, 10:56 PM
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(11-16-2015 10:27 PM)BayouTigress Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.
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(11-14-2015 11:25 PM)BayouTigress Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.
(11-14-2015 09:20 PM)Colonel Angus Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.As close to a 12.2 as you can get. Already itching to go back on a colder day and get it. Car is launching hard with no bog with the gear, I might need a bit more converter and my 3 year old tune needs a revision. Not going to pout, I got 3 PB's today out of 5 runs. Had to let the car cool completely down or it was back to 12.4's. Had a couple of my friends at the track wondering if the 26" tires would hook with the gear, had no problems hooking all day long. It's a good thing to have both tires grabbing and not having to do 2 burnouts per run to make sure I wasn't peg legging Laugh. Thanks to my friends on this forum for their help and advice making this swap possible. I got to meet Bryan and Alisha (hope I didn't butcher her name too badly), great folks! Bryan's SRT8 Charger runs hard people! I'm sure he will get on here to post his timeslips on both the Charger and his Whipple-blown Durango. Here is the time slip I posted on FB.

Congrats my friend!

Thanks ma'am!

Glad you had no traction issues because I pretty much always did with that gear. But my better half will tell you that a driver mod would have fixed that problem Smile

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Jack has no clutch to dump.

Jack has less power.

No need to go driver mod...yet. Hahahaha!


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11-17-2015, 08:25 AM
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(11-16-2015 10:56 PM)rdrdr90 Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.Laugh

Jack has no clutch to dump.

Jack has less power.

No need to go driver mod...yet. Hahahaha!


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It's ok. You can say it. Because I sure will. Jack is a better driver! Smile

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