A question to those making near 300 WHP and above

  1. amirza786

    amirza786 Senior Member

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    I have a question for those of you who are making near 300 WHP and above on your Si's. I am curious if any of you have timed your 0 to 60 runs. I'm interested in finding out how much the power you are making translates to off the line times. For example when I was stock I was able to achieve 6.4 seconds and it would be great to know how much the additional power decreases that time
     
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    I'm on board with this question, especially considering how everyone is trying to limit WOT and torque at low RPM.
     
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