Mines gone 12.1 @110, you can do it.
You took the words out of my mouth dwilc47 (polite way was asking which line on the sheet was which). 12.66 with a 2.0, yikees, imagine if you hook up out of the hole???
You are running a quick car my friend! How many pounds of boost did you leave at?
the brakes are holding you back trust me!i just went through this with stock brakes,turned rotors and new pads,shoes.best 60 ft was 2.0-2.2 and only holding 3 or 4 pounds on the line before rolling. a friend told me to get the s-10 cylinders and longer shoes for rear,the braided lines for the front and rear brakes.then i found on cl.a set of front slotted rotors and pads.was told they grip way better than stock.so i bought them, put them on and drove 100 miles to the track and held 7 pounds on the line (could even had held more )but i choked and let it go thinking somethings wrong here but it ripped a 1.66 60 ft .also if your running at night try to go during the day to your local track when they are spraying it really good. at night it seems to bring moisture out on the track after dark. just 2 cents
...I do plan on trimming more fuel and adjusting the alky gain knob to compensate. At the top end of the track after some tuning the narrow band was reading closer to 805-810....
...I only had time to trim this once and I trimmed it from 128 to 125. I hot lapped it and ran a 2.2 60ft. I do think it's the hooker headers holding me back. I do have stock ones waiting to put them on. How much is to much fuel trimming. Till I see knock in first?
I did throw code 42 came and went a couple times. I believe it just my plug wires cause there old and the inside of the boots to the coilpack are rusty. Going to advanced auto to get some new ones tomorrow to see if this helps.
I do think it's the hooker headers holding me back. I do have stock ones waiting to put them on.
Things I have and wait on to arrive to put on.
Comp 980 valve springs
Gbody parts rear brake upgrade kit
Fuel pressure gauge