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Renfrick1

0-60 mph timer

So me and Greg have been talking about 0-60 mph timer on our cars.

 

I feel there really not accurate but are somewhat close to give you at least a ball park idea of where your at in times. So when I’m at the track I can do a 2.6 0-60 mph. I know it’s not right but that’s what it says. Do I believe it? No. Another guy stated he does a 2.2. Do I believe it? No. But it’s gotta be in the ballpark.

So what’s everyone’s thought on how close is it??

 

 

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Like i said before, when you spin you win. i got 1.9( impossible for me to go to 60mph in 1.9) at the track when the tires spun. if you don't spin expect 3.0 to 4.5 at the track. you might be getting the burnout 0 - 60 . Tesla  does a 2.9(i think thats what i quoted in my text) and no way are we going to be faster than that.

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I use that timer when I'm bracket racing the Challenger.  It has displayed impossibly low numbers at times (1.8 or 1.9 sec) which I normally attribute to wheel spin or cosmic rays.  Mostly it shows 4.1x to 4.4x times, after a while I could almost predict the final 1/4 mile ET based on the 0-60 time, helped a lot when setting dials.  I know it might be called unfair but its a stock option :)  So I do trust it, not to be correct but consistent.

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