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Old 01-11-2013, 11:14 AM
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And to that end, all of the members he mentioned, (there are others as well) are old members and did it when these cars were VERY new, and nothing was known about their full potential like there is now.

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Old 01-11-2013, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by datdude20 View Post
i doubt it...1/4 mile times match the power he made. he dynoed 237 and ran a 14.3 @ 97mph on his 18s. If he was to switch to some 16s he could get a higher trap and better time but im certain it was nothing wrong with the dyno. Maybe he needs to find a better tuner.
true lol while we can blame the dyno, the 1/4 run and trap def backed up the dyno accuracy lol
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^^^ True.. As much as i want to get the most out of a tune when you compare the jump in price from an AFC to a Haltech IMO it isn't worth it. If it were an 800 hp supra ok i can see that but a Maxima..Really ?? To each there own i guess and im not bashing anyone with a Haltech but let's face it to run a standalone that costs a quarter of the book value if not more of most of our cars is crazy. We need someone to be able to flash our ECU's again like TS use to. A reflash and an AFC works perfect.
I agree with this x328497824397523.... it really isn't worth it IMO also... for the power you making on a NA maxima...

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Uhhh a 6th gen ran 12s all motor...

blubyu2k2 has hit high-13's all motor on street tires in his 5th gen. On slicks he would have been in the mid 13s.

onesexyleo ran 13.6 with a 2.5'' exhaust.

punjabi hit 13.7 on street tires
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I am sure there are plenty more.



FYI adding weight and staying NA makes 0 sense. NA is way more of an expensive route to go than FI. You should be stripping weight not adding it if you are NA. Adding weight is like tying an anchor to your subframe.

If you want to go fast buy my 6 spd swap. guarantee you will gain HP and be in the 13s.
Grand_hustle17 ran 13.70 with full interior and street tires and no tune with less mods lol

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Old 01-11-2013, 07:27 PM
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grand_hustle17 ran 13.70 with full interior and low psi street tires and perfect weather and launch technique and no tune with less mods lol
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I see one man w/ professional driver. He used Altima SE-R 6MT ran 13.9 @ 99 mph 100% stock.

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Old 01-12-2013, 03:07 PM
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Huh?.... What are you trying to say?.... What was my launch technique?.... Id say a shift kit n tune is better than pressing on brakes n gas at the same time lol

What was the weather for my run?... I can say it was the week after maxus in New Jersey, weather was 105* there so someone back track that date, the friday after that in MD lol... Im willing to bet weather was in the 80's lol... Where did this guy get his info from?

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Who cares about the weather or if he deflated his tires(which everyone does).

Point is plenty are in the 13s NA without cracking open the motor or running a standalone.

Some that are in the 13s have even done it without an AFC or slicks.
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Originally Posted by FastnFuriousMax View Post
Who cares about the weather or if he deflated his tires(which everyone does).

Point is plenty are in the 13s NA without cracking open the motor or running a standalone.

Some that are in the 13s have even done it without an AFC or slicks.
yup....

def no slicks or radials here, had an afc with everything set to zero tuning wise
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So what are we up to these days, seeing the best time we can get with the most minimal mods?
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yup lol... u know it bro.... but naw seriously, want it always like that in the car scene?
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Originally Posted by Grand_hustle17 View Post
yup lol... u know it bro.... but naw seriously, want it always like that in the car scene?
Yup! That's exactly how it was, and still is for some.

Look at grey, still tuning by tape, and a whole helluva a lotta people still using an AFC.

Som of the fastest are still minimally modded.

Basic bolt ons.
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