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PostPosted: 13 Sep 2003, 10:38 
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Whats your personal best 1/4 time and with what mods/setup? Don't forget to post your terminal speed and 0-100, 60ft etc. if you have them.
1) alltime ---------> 12.32@ 117m/h.........60ft 1.9
2) THEONE -----> 12.4 @ 129mph.
3) Omyvr4_69 -----> 12.9 @ 123mph.
4) ox!gen --------> 13.60 @ 118m/h.............5.91 0-100km/h
5) AMR ----------> 13.7.....@ 107m/h
6) mitsboost ----------> 13.81.....@ 98m/h
7) redcordial ----> 13.85..@ 108m/h
8) Kham ---------> 13.95..@ 175.2km/h.......5.81 0-100km/h
9) Alex -----------> 13.95.@ 173km/h...........5.82 0-100km/h
10) Carrot ---------> 14.2...@ 98m/h ..............60ft 2.222
11) 510DIA -------> 14.4....@ 98m/h...............60ft 2.3
12) Steve ---------> 14.7....@ 99.6m/h..............60ft 2.8
13) Rogercordia---------> 14.8....@ 94m/h..............60ft 2.3
14) Steve ---------> 15.0....@ 98m/h..............60ft 2.8
15) AC_CORDIA ------> 15.086....@ 93.65m/h..............60ft 2.3
16) gsr018 ------> 15.3....@ 98m/h
17) Nashstyle -> 15.489@ 88.12m/h.........60ft 2.596
18) Brads Barnetts -> 15.5@ 95m/h.........60ft 2.0
19) Black GSR -> 15.572@148.4k/h.........60ft 2.596
20) cerbera ---> 15.581.....@ 86.78m/h........60ft 2.408
21) sabes ---> 15.721.....@ 88.58m/h........60ft 2.692
22) Icey_cold ---> 15.73.....@ 96.2m/h
23) fat4g62b ---> 15.9.....@ 87m/h
24) PureXTC ---> 19.8.....@ 113km/h


STRIP list

1) THEONE -> 12.4 @ 129mph.

4G62
Bored 40 thou
Forged Pistons
Lightened/Balanced Shotpeened Rods
ARP Bolts and Stud Kit
Fully Balanced
Removed Balance Shafts
Crank, Lightened, Balanced, oil holes elongated etc
I use Clevite 77 Bearings
Total Seal Gapless Rings
O-Ringed Head/Block
Copper Head Gasket (80 thou)
Head was fully ported, polished chambers etc
HG Galant Multi-Point intake manifold(Ported to suit head)
2 injectors per cylinder
Custom Ballistic Concepts Intercooler(core size 600 by 300 by 100)
Custom Stainless Turbo Manifold
T3/4 Turbocharger
Custom Billet Camshaft
Double Valve Springs
Custom Crank Angle Sensor
2 Dual Output M&W Coils
2 MSD 6A's
2) alltime -> 13.543 @ 98.78mph, 2.156 60ft at eastern creek
stocky 195/60/14 on the front, vr4, haltech, tdo6, large front mount, 3inch exaust. 173kw at front wheels @15psi. "13.5 here we come"

4) AMR 13.7 -> @ 107mph at calder, 4g62b, ported head, wolf 3d v3, hi flow
tc06, multipoint inj, 3" exhaust, tube and fin cooler,
custom grind cam, standard 185-60-13 street tyres. best 60 foot time 2.1

5) redcordial -> 13.85 @ 108mph. willowbank.
AB cordia GSR, sohc 4g63, std computer, 1 cylinder down on compression, std turbo running 12psi (tc06) 3'' zorst, huge bar and plate. oil catch can, bov and a fudged clutch... which helped launches... less wheelspin!!...

rebuilding engine now.. forgies, ported head, microtech and highflow.. if i don't get a flat 13.. i'll be pissed! will let ya's know.

8) Carrot -> 14.2 @ 98m/h 60ft 2.222
VR4 Stock computer, Supra intercooler, 17inch street tires
Gearbox pretty much busted, running 9 psi

9) 510DIA -> 14.4 @ 98mph 60ft 2.3

10)Rogercordia -> 14.8 @ 94mph
G62,factory standard tco6,14 psi,2.5 inch exaust, Tx5 intercooler.

11) Steve -> 15.0 @ 98MPH 60ft 2.8
ABGSR, 1.8motor (on last legs), ATS hi-flow TC06, 3inch turbo back exh, k&n in cut airbox, mix of optimax & AVGAS. run at 12psi.

12) gsr018 -> 15.3 @ 98Mph at willowbank
AB Gsr 1.8
Mods inc K&N filter, 2 1/2" exhaust, running 11Psi, street tyres

13) Nashstyle -> 15.489 @ 88.12m/h

AC GSR
K&N in cut airbox
CAI
RX7 FMIC
16PSI
Removed Wastegate Plate (I heard all these Habibs yelling out "Hey its a V8 Cordia Turbo!!)
HD HPM Clutch
73.1wkw (4th gear)

14) Brads Barnett ->15.5 @ 95mph. 60ft 2.0 at Calder Park
ABGSR
2ltr SOHC
TC06 @ 13-14psi
2,5 mandrel turbo back exh

15) Black GSR -> 15.572 @ 148.4kph (92.2mph) 60ft 2.596
1986 AC Cordia Turbo Front mount intercooler, cat back exhaust, 12psi boost, full street trim.

16) cerbera -> 15.581 @ 86.78mph 60ft 2.408 @ Kwinana
k&n oem filter and boost around 9psi using 195 g-grid tyres.

17)sabes -> 15.721 @ 88.58 60ft 2.692 @ Kwinana Motorplex
AB 13psi
hi-flowed tc05
3 inch exhaust with 2.5 inch dump pipe
k&n filter 205/45 16 tyres

19) fat4g62b -> 15.9 @ 87mph
dead stock 9 psi at willowbank





G-TECH list

3) ox!gen -> 13.60 @ 189.5km/h, 5.91 0-100km/h
$70 195/50/15 tyres. vr4 engine, big 16G turbo, hybrid 450mm front mounted, microtech LTX-8, 3" stainless mandrels turbo back. many psi. underfueling, mild detonation

6) Kham -> 13.95 @ 175.2km/h, 5.81 0-100km/h
ATS hi flowed TC-05, 1.8, 19psi, front mount cooler, 2.5 straight through exhaust, 16x7 inch rims on very grippy 215/40 Dunlop front tyres.

nb: This car is now owned by SilverCordiaGSR

7) Alex -> 13.95 @ 173km/h, 5.82 0-100km/h
AB model, Standard TC06, 1.8 litre, 20 psi, RX7 front mount, 2.5" press exhaust, 15" Magna rims with 205/50 tyres, 10 BTDC timing, 'Ralliart' style airbox with holes, Unifilter. Oh and a mate who weighs 100kg sitting beside
107 kW at the wheels on the dyno with about 16 psi of boost. G-tech

18) Icey_Cold 15.73 @ 96.2miles, tc05, rx-7 coola, 2.5 zorst (cannon muffla), 14psi (only done 1 run)

20) PureXTC -> 19.8 @ 113km/h.
Mitsubishi Cordia GSL, 1.6 litre carby stocker


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1986 AC Cordia Turbo

15.572 @ 148.4kph (92.2mph)

60ft 2.596

Front mount intercooler, cat back exhaust, 12psi boost, full street trim...

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13.95 @ 175.2km/h
ATS hi flowed TC-05, 19psi, front mount cooler, 2.5 straight through exhaust, 16x7 inch rims on very grippy 215/40 Dunlop front tyres.

The car was sold to SilverCordiaGSR earlier this year though.

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nice time there Kham! was that a VR4 motor or the 1.8?

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It was just the stocky 1.8. All shifts were at 6200rpm though and my launch was better than I had ever managed. I could normally only ever manage 14.2 on most of my other attempts. The RPM heavy duty clutch was also only about 6 months old.

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It was (still is) a 1.8, the turbo is good though unlike the tc-06's


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Yeah I absolutely loved the work ATS did on the turbo. The compressor wheel that was fitted is actually 1.5cm larger in diameter than the standard TC05 compressor wheel. The inlet was also ported slightly. It's also water cooled. It is true that some TC05s are only oil cooled?

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waiting for a exhaust before heading down to the 1/4 mile :?

Its taking fudging ages to get any decent money saved but i just got a second job so hoprefully wont be too long

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Hey,

Since the GTech has been given the nod in this top ten, here's mine:

Alex -> 13.95 @ 173km/h, 5.82 0-100km/h, AB model, Standard TC06, 1.8 litre, 20 psi, RX7 front mount, 2.5" press exhaust, 15" Magna rims with 205/50 tyres, 10 BTDC timing, 'Ralliart' style airbox with holes, Unifilter. Oh and a mate who weighs 100kg sitting beside :-)

I also got 107 kW at the wheels on the dyno with about 16 psi of boost.

By the way Kham, which compressor wheel did you have in your hybrid turbo?

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ATS. is that Adelaide Turbo Services? im not that sure about them.......

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I'm not sure which turbo the compressor wheel is made for. The guy just told me it was 5mm larger in the inducer & 15mm larger in the exducer.

ATS stands for Australian Turbo Services. They are very well known for their VL turbos. They are based in Tullamarine in Melbourne.

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15.0@ 98MPH down calder. My 60ft 2.8sec :oops:
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yeah good call reson8, maybe a Gtech list and a strip list would be in order, just a suggestion


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/me edits again

keep the suggestions coming guys, and tell me if i've buggered anything up so i can change it :)

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15.3 @ 98Mph at willowbank
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Mods inc K&N filter, 2 1/2" exhaust, running 11Psi, street tyres

since then i have put an intercooler on but havent had a chance to run it again


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98Mph sure is popular :p

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Kham wrote:
It is true that some TC05s are only oil cooled?


My TC05 is only oil cooled.

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i think only drag strip times should be on the list as that's hard evidence, lol - but a seperate list for gtech times would be cool. anyone in brissie wanna lend me a gtech so i can gauge the difference between my strip time and the gtech time?!?! :)

oh yeh and i must own the bloody slowest farken cordia around... :?

must save for more mods!!!!!!! :shock: (and learn to drive, lol)

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why are Gtech times so inaccurate?, i've never used one, or a strip either so what would I know, but I would have a thought a Gtech would be super accurate. At least you have a cordia to be slow in Black :D, i don't get mine for another 2 weeks :(

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joshua wrote:
why are Gtech times so inaccurate?, i've never used one, or a strip either so what would I know, but I would have a thought a Gtech would be super accurate. At least you have a cordia to be slow in Black :D, i don't get mine for another 2 weeks :(


I am pretty sure all of the error comes at the start as it has problems timing over wheelspin.

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