6.1L Took her to the Track last night

Discussion in 'Challenger SRT8 Engine & Performance Modifcations' started by 70-426_10-SRT, Aug 25, 2019.

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    loved that video....
     
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    I made the top 100 on Dodge Garage Modified list:

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    just wondering why you are running mid to high 13"s with an SRT 6.1

    all i have on my 2009 Rt is shorty headers and exhaust and a canned tune on my trinity and run 13.0 to 13.5 on street tires.
     
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    Let’s see your current track slips
     
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    i'll have to dig them up , when i find them i will post them.
     
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    My best time, with my stock 2009 6.1 (auto.), was 13.0 sec. @109.7 mph. With practice, you should be able to do this.
     
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    Difference in altitude? Given no other variable, cars usually will run quicker the closer they are to sea level.