Best 60ft on stock/bolt on 10r80 car

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  1. Slow89

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    Just trying to see what kind of 60fts everyone is getting with stock or bolt on 10r80 cars.
     
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    PB last night. PBD E85 tune, JLT, ET street SS 305/35r19. Seats removed.

    Just for infos sake. Would be good to collect more info on this thread 28142C28-01B1-4A17-8237-413D590F58B8.jpeg
     
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    1.68

    2k Launch
    E, Kooks, Stop the Hop, JLT, 305-45-17

    Goes 1.69 pretty consistently,
     
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    I have a base 300A PP1 and kinda kicking myself for not getting a 301A now after seeing what drag mode does for these 10R's.

    I have a PBD E85 tune, 275/50-17 M&H DR, Steeda IRS and Diff locks... foot braking and holding the emergency brake I can flash the converter to 2300 and that gives me a 1.78 60'. Just foot braking and launching at 1900 nets me a 1.85 60'.



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    Are you using the line lock for your burnout?
     
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    No need to use a line lock on an auto. Just touch the brakes enough to keep it from rolling out and give the DR's a 5 second roasting in 3rd.

    These M&H's dead hook even with 30psi in them and hitting them with a 150shot @2000rpm. That netted me a 1,52 60.

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    I’d disagree on it not being needed. In fact, going from foot braking my burnout as you mentioned, to using the line lock consistently improved my .60 by .05.

    I also run my tires at 18 psi.

    Good luck.
     
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    Foot braking at burn out just puts unnecessary wear on rear brake pads. I prefer to use line lock.
     
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