Every combo that I ran in it (with real dyno numbers) was about 8 tenths too quick, and about 5 mph fast. It has my car running 9.60's (I wish!)Why do you say that
The calculator I use shows 122mph around 11.04Based on this calculator it should have been in the high tens to get that MPH. By this my car could have ran 10.74 at 122.
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Those guys defy all the laws of physics!! I have a friend whose 305 "stocker" blows my car away, and it's about 700lbs heavier! All the stuff those guys do "legally" is crazy. The guy that builds my transmissions races a Stock Eliminator car--he built a fixture for his lathe to cut down the piston rings(they have to run stock width rings) They don't last very long, but there is very little drag, which makes for more power. He did some of the tricks to my current trans (bearings where the bushings used to be) but not all the lightning he does to his personal stuff. There's not a lot of drum left when he's done with his trans.NHRA stock records show that a 122 mph car is capable of running 10.8 seconds or so in the quarter mile.