I don't doubt you - never did. I was just trying to figure out where that ET could have came from. The only thing I can think is that you have really good slicks, they pour GALLONS of vht on the track in between each pass, and the weight of your car. It is indeed really light. Though how does your car eek out a time slip that's a FULL 1.2 seconds quicker but with a hp/weight ratio of 12.44 lbs. per horse when my car has a 12.12 lbs per horse ratio? That's soo weird. I know the hp/weight ratio isn't that valid when you have to consider launch, ambient air temps, traction (from tires, diff fwd vs rwd vs awd) track prep, drivetrain loss, driver skill, torque curves, when the power band comes in, synergy between the intake design, cam, trans gearing, rear end gear, etc etc. I get that... but WOW. That car is bone stock?
Why isn't that thing in any car mag's sleeper articles?
had some fun today with my neighbor. 2014 s4 I think. 6 cal supercharged, intake tune. Got him the first time. Pretty evenly matched! My 240 is a stock s14 sr20 on stock boost. Has gone 12.35@110 on radials 1.71 60'
"I am just that good lol. Idk doesn't make sense to me either but j assure you it's stock. Boost turned up to 14 from 10 but nothing on the motor changed. It's an animal and so much fun to drive. I call it my little red rocket. And by all means let's get this thing in a magazine!!! Show me the link I'll submit it."
Thats where the disconnect was... Ok I see now. I just didn't put two and two together. That's a super rough estimate of around 257 horse that put that number down. So that's not a 12.44 lbs/horse ratio any longer that's about a 10.5 lbs/horse now. I'm trackin' now lol.