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VicRattlehead
09-26-2011, 06:54 PM
So what are the results? Post your track times and dyno numbers

neverfastenough
09-26-2011, 06:59 PM
540rwhp:)
12.1 @ 11x mph:(
Think I had a timing problem track day hence the slow time and no trap speed.

92sclikenew
09-26-2011, 07:58 PM
540rwhp:)
12.1 @ 11x mph:(
Think I had a timing problem track day hence the slow time and no trap speed.

What happen track day to your car

and that was me you blow past when i was hauling my car.. funny

rzimmerl
09-26-2011, 08:09 PM
438hp/425tq

11.846@119.79

HP and ET not quite as good as last year, but the MPH is up:D

XR7 Dave
09-26-2011, 08:35 PM
It's gonna take me awhile to go through all the sheets so it will be best if people post their times up and save me some headache. :D

Here is the list of names that raced, so we'll start with that.


David Neibert --- 10.0482 @ 138.99
Brian Oatway --- 11.4702@119.57
Richard Pingol --- 12.80@104.98
Ken Wagner --- 12.045 @ 115
Casey McCarty --- 11.15 @ 136
Kurt Kreisz --- 12.0067 s @ 113.45
David Dalke ---
Robert Cotter ---
Rodney Bushong ---
Matt Haub --- 13.1811 @ 104.05
Ryan Zimmerly --- 11.846@119.79
Melissa Butler --- 14.7401 @95.42
Corey Binkiewicz --- 12.1 @ 11x
Brian St. Pierre --- 13.788@ 98.33mph
Alan Brown --- 14.06 @ 89.03
Keith Nichols --- 11.424 @ 119.14
Mike Siska --- 10.5574 @ 127.57
Chris Vining --- 11.2234 at 123.41
Sam Young --- 14.2 @ 99.8
Shane Glynn --- 13.6097 @ 102.54
John Peters --- 12.908@102.88
Kevin McMahan --- 12.51 @ 109
James Smith ---
Alan Stewart --- 12.6341 at 106.24
Tony Serno --- 12.24@113
John Ludorf --- 12.2661@115.63
Ricardo Alfonseca --- 13.5-ET @102MPH
Richelle Huizinga ---
Mikki Crnojevic ---
Rod Maksimovich ---
Will Smith --- 13.7522@104.67
Paul Gearhart --- 12.5831 @ 109.60
Chris Davis --- 13.34@ 105
Chris Lazzo ---
Robert Pearson ---
Sarah Lichtsinn --- 13.93 @ 98

Dyno --

V8 Unlimited - David Neibert 726rwhp
V6 Unlimited - Casey McCarty - 806rwhp
M90 W/O nitrous - Will Smith - 377rwhp
M90 Unlimited - Keith Nichols - 478rwhp
V6 Supercharged - Chris Vining - 449rwhp

SCme94
09-26-2011, 08:53 PM
My best was 12.24@113

92sclikenew
09-26-2011, 08:54 PM
my best run was

13.788@ 98.33mph

belt slip(only 9psi) sucks but a few guys suggested sand blasting the belt surfaces since they look kind of polished.

ALS35
09-26-2011, 09:24 PM
My best was 12.6341 at 106.24 MPH.

nickleman60
09-26-2011, 09:26 PM
My best slip of the day was 11.424 @ 119.14 with a 1.57 60'

BLOWN38
09-26-2011, 09:30 PM
So what are the results? Post your track times and dyno numbers

If you showed up you'd know.:rolleyes::p

My dyno was 449.99 might as well call that 450.:)

Track, best run was run #2 when I could still hook up, 11.2234 at 123.41.

ScrapSC
09-26-2011, 09:38 PM
So what are the results? Post your track times and dyno numbers


Where were you at????

Mercutio
09-26-2011, 10:07 PM
Best ET 13.7522@104.67
Best MPH 13.9346@105.26

CMac89
09-26-2011, 10:15 PM
I know you want numbers down to the ten thousandths, but I don't have my time slips around me.

11.15 @ 136 MPH

jludorf
09-26-2011, 10:36 PM
My best time was 13.2962@108.96 but the car with a better drive did run 12.2661@115.63. The best MPH was on a 12.3956 @117.34.

409 hp on the dyno. The dyno slip is in the car's glovebox in Ohio.

shoalcracker
09-26-2011, 10:39 PM
I'm curious as to who won the Nickleman Challenge.

Plus other stuff.

Paul

neverfastenough
09-26-2011, 10:39 PM
What happen track day to your car

and that was me you blow past when i was hauling my car.. funny

broke an axle

Ira R.
09-26-2011, 10:41 PM
I didn't race.

Ira

shoalcracker
09-26-2011, 10:44 PM
I know you want numbers down to the ten thousandths, but I don't have my time slips around me.

11.15 @ 136 MPH

Monster top end.

Last 300 feet must have pushed the head rest.

Paul

David Neibert
09-26-2011, 10:48 PM
10.0482 @ 138.99

David

Kurt K
09-26-2011, 10:53 PM
My best run of the day was my very first run, before it got hot.

12.0067 s @ 113.45 mph

shoalcracker
09-26-2011, 10:56 PM
10.0482 @ 138.99

David

Great run DN.

Is that as deep as its gone so far. Just thinking out loud for Ky. It should be cooler.

Paul

Kurt K
09-26-2011, 11:01 PM
Great run DN.

Is that as deep as its gone so far. Just thinking out loud for Ky. It should be cooler.

PaulHe's bringing the white car to KY

BLOWN38
09-26-2011, 11:48 PM
I'm curious as to who won the Nickleman Challenge.

Plus other stuff.

Paul

We didn't do the challenge. It would have been ugly cause the air and track prep was bad.

David Neibert
09-27-2011, 12:17 AM
Great run DN.

Is that as deep as its gone so far. Just thinking out loud for Ky. It should be cooler.

Paul

Yes...that's a new best. Blew IC tubes off on my first two passes. I think either of those passes would have been good enough for a 9.XXX. Even after taking the seat and spare tire out it still went slower because I kept spinning the tires worse and worse. Last pass I'm told tires were smoking past the 300 ft mark and I still managed a 10.56 @ 128. Hope somebody got a video of that pass.

David

SCrazy
09-27-2011, 07:43 AM
New personal best for me:

11.4702@119.57 (1.64 60')

That was the same pass Casey went 136mph and passed me in the last 50' like I wasn't even moving....talk about letting the air of my my bag!!!!!

DrFishbone
09-27-2011, 07:58 AM
Even with the heat, I still almost matched my previous best. ACT's were 160F by the end of the 1/4mi!!!!!!:eek::eek::eek: What would you expect when starting at 114F though. :rolleyes: (BTW, I was one of the cars that was NOT running in the staging lanes either! :p)

Maybe 12's in Oct, if the car checks out...I think I busted my rear suspension bushings with the few instances of wheel hop...I had bad bump steer the whole way home. :(:o

....oh yeah, my time:

13.1811 @ 104.05mph

XR7 Dave
09-27-2011, 07:58 AM
my best run was

13.788@ 98.33mph

belt slip(only 9psi) sucks but a few guys suggested sand blasting the belt surfaces since they look kind of polished.

If you are only getting 9psi then you have bigger problems than shiny pulleys.

ricardoa1
09-27-2011, 08:10 AM
13.5-ET @102MPH out on my MPX powered anniversary, First time out :D and could not duplicate it. But I was pretty consistant once I stopped playing with the QH and tuning. 13.7-8.

Car made 305HP 360+~ torque. Without Methanol...On meth it lost 10HP :confused: :eek:



Excuses........yeah here I go.

Slicks and no line locks=a terrible burn outs, might as well run street tires.
I think my dual pass IC does not flow enough. 20% od should not be 13psi.
I was overinjecting Methanol it seems. Two jets for this thing is probably not a good idea.

I should have installed the Mid tube headers before going.


On a good note the car looked good going down the track.

Roadhawg
09-27-2011, 08:10 AM
My best slip of the day was 11.424 @ 119.14 with a 1.57 60'

Now that you are done playing can I get my MPX back. ;)

nickleman60
09-27-2011, 08:36 AM
New personal best for me:

11.4702@119.57 (1.64 60')



Better weather and you're running 11.1's or better, looks like another SC will have a rollbar next year........:D

nickleman60
09-27-2011, 08:37 AM
Now that you are done playing can I get my MPX back. ;)

You don't need it back do you?:p

kenewagner
09-27-2011, 08:53 AM
Best run, like Kurt was my first run. 12.045 @ 115mph. Snow system didnt work and I found the tranny cooler I installed in front of the FMIC was cooking the FMIC. Not one of my brightest engineering discisions. Car pulled a ton of timing out due to the ACTs. Shift light didnt work but since I lost a bunch a timing on top end I just let the car shift itself at around 5200 rpm. Still was fun to drive but no personal best here for ETs

Ken

pablon2
09-27-2011, 09:30 AM
12.5831 @ 109.60 with 1.86 60' and 22.5 deg timing.

r429460
09-27-2011, 09:39 AM
Tierd engine, down on power and torque.
296 hp, 307 torque.
12.80@104.98. N/A V-8 Pearl white Cougar.

XxSlowpokexX
09-27-2011, 09:39 AM
I didn't race.

Ira

Yes..we couldnt call that racing exactly..I didnt race

92sclikenew
09-27-2011, 10:26 AM
If you are only getting 9psi then you have bigger problems than shiny pulleys.

What do you think my prob is it did hit 15psi off my launches but over 3500rpms it dropped off to 9psi I could even where it tearing the belt off.

mellbutler
09-27-2011, 11:41 AM
best ET 14.7401 @95.42
best mph 14.8195 @95.87


at least I'm out of stock numbers this year!!!!

XR7 Dave
09-27-2011, 11:49 AM
What do you think my prob is it did hit 15psi off my launches but over 3500rpms it dropped off to 9psi I could even where it tearing the belt off.

I didn't mean it wasn't belt slip, I meant that you have other problems than shiny pulleys. Look at your belt tension and pulley wrap. I'll bet most likely you are bottoming out your tensioners under load and causing the belt to go completely loose. It's a common problem people have because they don't realize how much the belt stretches under load.

RedBirdin96
09-27-2011, 11:50 AM
My best time was 12.51 @ 109. i was hoping for 11's, but a little too hot and humid, plus the North Carolina crew noticed I am running the wrong injecotrs and MAF, so hopefully once I replace those and get an updated tune it will at least be closer. Maybe get some cool Michigan air in October and she will be there. Thanks to all who put this event on. I twas my first year in attendance and I had a great time.

Kevin McMahan

neverfastenough
09-27-2011, 12:01 PM
I keep looking at logs and logs and logs and scratching my head at why im down 10mph. 88mph ish 1/8 this year, 97mph last year. And bottom 11x's in the 1/4 this year. Something happened from dyno day to track day. Only thing I changed was msd box.

Kurt K
09-27-2011, 12:02 PM
My best time was 12.51 @ 109. i was hoping for 11's, but a little too hot and humid, plus the North Carolina crew noticed I am running the wrong injecotrs and MAF, so hopefully once I replace those and get an updated tune it will at least be closer. Maybe get some cool Michigan air in October and she will be there. Thanks to all who put this event on. I twas my first year in attendance and I had a great time.

Kevin McMahanKevin, did I race you in the Mod 3 quarterfinals? Welcome to the site.

Macros
09-27-2011, 12:59 PM
First time ever racing on a track...

14.2 @ 99.8. But my 60 foot times were 2.5 all day long...

Thanks to Mike for the tips on not spinning my tires down the whole track!

Slicks and learning how to launch for next year! :)

Also, I like the slip that shows I was going 249.2 MPH! I will hold on to that one for a while!

92sclikenew
09-27-2011, 01:01 PM
I didn't mean it wasn't belt slip, I meant that you have other problems than shiny pulleys. Look at your belt tension and pulley wrap. I'll bet most likely you are bottoming out your tensioners under load and causing the belt to go completely loose. It's a common problem people have because they don't realize how much the belt stretches under load.

Tensionser is clocked slightly I don't think I could go farther with it because when I put my new belt on it was so tight that I had to turn it with the jackshaft to even get it on but I'll take another look later tonight maybe I could post a picture and see if there is another issue

BLOWN38
09-27-2011, 01:07 PM
Tensionser is clocked slightly I don't think I could go farther with it because when I put my new belt on it was so tight that I had to turn it with the jackshaft to even get it on but I'll take another look later tonight maybe I could post a picture and see if there is another issue

if you can barely get the belt on that is best.

Dirtyd0g
09-27-2011, 01:50 PM
Car still needs quite a bit of work. My best run was
60ft..........1.8635
330ft.........5.6631
et@594ft....8.2525
1/8et.........8.84.02
1/8mph.......76.56
1/4et.........14.06
1/4mph......89.03

Alan

DrFishbone
09-27-2011, 01:51 PM
Tensionser is clocked slightly I don't think I could go farther with it because when I put my new belt on it was so tight that I had to turn it with the jackshaft to even get it on but I'll take another look later tonight maybe I could post a picture and see if there is another issue

Check the vee's on your belt too. The newer, smaller belt I bought was nice and tight going on, with lots of belt tension (little less wrap), but it slipped badly because the 8 "v's" were more like "u's" - therefore, there was considerably less surface area contact. Additionally, I suppose a small amount of air could get pulled into the belt-to-pulley gaps and cushion or maybe even lift the belt.

VVVVVVVV - pulley ribs

UUUUUUUU - belt ribs

David Neibert
09-27-2011, 02:16 PM
Go with Gates micro v belts for best results. You can get them at NAPA

David

DrFishbone
09-27-2011, 02:23 PM
Go with Gates micro v belts for best results. You can get them at NAPA

David

Yep...that's what I thought I was getting at the Napa in Xenia. I ended up getting the heavy-duty green Gates belt. This was the belt with the flat ribs. The flat side of the belt is solid green... :o The micro v belt ribs actually come to a point, don't they?

PS: thanks for the stickers. I'll put one on my car for more HP & torque through all RPM's and the other on my helmet, which would cover the "driver mod".

XR7 Dave
09-27-2011, 03:26 PM
I had no idea there still existed confusion on belts and tensioners after all these years. :o

1) belts don't come U shaped. They get that way from spinning/slipping, misalignment and/or old rubber stuck in the grooves.

2) Gates belts are best, and the green stripe is their HP belt. The totally green belts are their extreme duty belts. Gates makes belts for Napa and others.

3) Being flat on top of the grooves is not a bad thing, in fact it's preferred as it puts more load where it can be of the most benefit - the sides of the V.

4) Due to the large variety of pulley sizes and other variations in hardware on people's cars, it is impossible to just say xxx will work great for you. YRWV.

5) Re-clocking the tensioner is of minimal benefit. Yes, it increases tension, but if you already have MP springs, there is no need to clock the tensioner. If you DO clock the tensioner, you have be aware of the max limit of travel with respect to the belt. If the max travel of the tensioner is enough to allow the belt to touch itself when it is at full extension, then = fail. Test this by using a belt that is way too long and just pulling it tight with your hands. If the belt touches itself at this point then your re-clocking went to far and you are just going to chew up belts.

6) Pay close attention to the travel limiter on the tensioner itself. Many people make the mistake of swapping the upper and lower tensioners. The two tensioners are the same but the difference is the limiter. The bottom tensioner limits earlier than the top one. If you swap them you will find that the tensioner reaches it's travel limiter way early. Regardless, if you don't have a good 3/8" of travel to the limiter tab then it also = fail. I suspect this is your #1 problem. The tensioner is probably reaching its limit due to belt stretch and unloading the belt. As I said, the belt stretches more than you think.

7) If you have checked everything and you simply cannot get enough travel without running the belt into itself then you may have to raise the blower slightly. Due to differences in pulley combo's I have found that sometimes this is necessary with 10 and 15% combo's. With the MP 15% 10 rib kit this is mandatory.

In any case, there is no excuse for belt slip on an M90 at less than 25% OD - without blasting or modifying the pulleys. ;) Well, there is one excuse - if you have aluminum pulleys and have been slipping them for years then it is possible to have worn out the pulleys in which case blasting them won't really help.

ScrapSC
09-27-2011, 05:52 PM
I had to raise my MPX to prevent the belt from touching and used the MP Springs on the tensioner also. You should also have a good Gates belt on the jackshaft to crank pulley.

nickleman60
09-27-2011, 06:10 PM
I had to raise my MPX to prevent the belt from touching

How did you raise it? Did you just slide a washer or 2 between the blower housing and lower manifold?

92sclikenew
09-27-2011, 06:30 PM
little more info

i have raised my blower about 1/16 of an inch with washers maybe a tad more... i used 3 3/8s washers i think?

i had a brand new gates STOCK sized belt (which is why the blower is rasied) bought from oreillys auto parts only had maybe 15miles before the shootout.

i do have an aluminum jack shaft pulley (10%) and an aluminum sc pulley(10%) which im just thinking of losing the 10 on the blower and putting a 10 on the crank instead.. but im trying to keep my ud pulleys on.....

now the 10% sc pulley is really old i bought it off another member and im sure its seen a lot of years of slippage.. which is where its slipping..

also my blower is a home ported 94 blower with mp plenum

sorry guys for changing this topic ( SHOULD I START A NEW THREAD?):o:o

its raining after i got home from work today so i cant really do any checking

XR7 Dave
09-27-2011, 06:45 PM
Since you have a mixed up set of pulleys, it's going to be difficult to say what combination of belts etc. you'll need to get things right. Didn't you buy a short belt from me already and you said it didn't work? Can't remember.

Driving a 94 blower 20% is probably a waste of time anyway. Drop it back to a 5% on the blower. If your JS pulley is worn, try filing down the tops of the ribs. It is possible for a pulley to be ruined if it is slipped too much. If the JS pulley is junk, then try getting a 5% JS pulley and leave the blower pulley at 10%.

I don't think running the 95 blower at 20% is going to really be the answer anyway.

DriftingThunder
09-27-2011, 06:59 PM
I wanted to avoid raising my blower but I still slip with all fresh micro-v belts, MP springs, and 10-rib 15% setup. Dalke is right about the belt stretching. Next time you're under your hood and the car is running, swing open that throttle for a full second and watch your belt and tensioner. You can see the stretch.

Also, just a couple weeks ago I had my SC belt move forward an entire rib on the JS pulley and caused a super annoying pulley squeak. If I'm not mistaken, that means the belt briefly, but entirely, lifted off of the JS pulley and moved forward a rib. That one took me awhile to figure out... :o I thought it was my A/C delete tensioner so I slopped bearing grease over everything that applies to that. Only after that, when it still squeaked like mad did I notice my belt jumped a rib. Just a random something to look out for. ;)

Oh, so I got a bunch of 3/8 washers lying around, how many would you suggest using on each bolt to raise the blower?

Mike8675309
09-27-2011, 07:08 PM
results?.?

92sclikenew
09-27-2011, 07:41 PM
Since you have a mixed up set of pulleys, it's going to be difficult to say what combination of belts etc. you'll need to get things right. Didn't you buy a short belt from me already and you said it didn't work? Can't remember.

Driving a 94 blower 20% is probably a waste of time anyway. Drop it back to a 5% on the blower. If your JS pulley is worn, try filing down the tops of the ribs. It is possible for a pulley to be ruined if it is slipped too much. If the JS pulley is junk, then try getting a 5% JS pulley and leave the blower pulley at 10%.

I don't think running the 95 blower at 20% is going to really be the answer anyway.

yes it did tear off that belt and destroy it... but i fixed that problem i used a pulley from another sc that aint running atm on the tensioner and it happen to be a 6 rib i guess, because it ended up cutting the belts.. figured that out right before the shootout. which fixed the issue with eating belts in 20-30 miles. i plan to check out how far the tensioner is swinging tomorrow. would be nice to be something that simple.:rolleyes:

i just noticed when i only had an early pulley and the 10% js it was slow, out the hole and on the top end.. i know you know your stuff but just wanted to say what i experienced.

Next time you're under your hood and the car is running, swing open that throttle for a full second and watch your belt and tensioner. You can see the stretch.



that's dangerous, had a teacher in high school at the auto school i went to tell me a story about how a guy was reving his old 350 motor and the belt broke and killed him because it slit his neck. if i rev my motor i make sure i stay clear of the belt area..

VicRattlehead
09-27-2011, 08:32 PM
Shootout results...........

EECDOC
09-27-2011, 08:35 PM
The track in the morning was excellent. Kil Kare had a big meet on Saturday. Best morning pass was at 11:56 AM. Ran 10.5574 @ 127.57 with a 1.4773 60' time. Off the trailer at 11:36 AM the car ran 10.5796 @ 128.32 with a 1.4609 60'. Later in the day ran a best MPH at Kil Kare with a 129.03 trap speed. But traction went away and the car would not hook, 60' suffered to a 1.5865. ET was a 10.76.

The track is still dangerously short on shutdown at those speeds, and tech is non exsistant. Also track prep or inspection after a down track issue is non exsistant. The only good thing I can say about Kil Kare is the pits are nice.

I would like to see a dfferent track in the future. Norwalk was great in 2004. Other thoughts would be Tri-state in Hamilton, Ohio, Edgewater in Cincy, or National Trails in Columbus. Just Sayin.........

Mike.....

XR7 Dave
09-27-2011, 08:45 PM
Mike, you bring up a really good point. More cars are going to be faster in the future. I agree that we may have really outgrown Kilkare.....

9250bird
09-27-2011, 08:56 PM
13.34@ 105

On a kilkare note...... did anyone elses 60' times drop as the day went on...... I was starting to think it was my trans. But after further review of my times slips even with warmer temps and warmer engine temps all my times through the 1/8th were off. Did anyone else notice this.

And dont feel bad Kilkares lack of track prep and inspection is that way all the time guys. The guy who was in charge of track prep last two years (even though in 09 we were in Muncie) is not doing it anymore, therefore were stuck with Kilkare of the old days.

ScrapSC
09-27-2011, 08:58 PM
How did you raise it? Did you just slide a washer or 2 between the blower housing and lower manifold?

I took 3 washers and tack welded them together for each bolt on the bottom of the MPX it raised it up enough. Not sure the thickness but I just did it on Sal's car also. 3 washers for each one did the trick...

XR7 Dave
09-27-2011, 09:03 PM
My 60fts improved all day long - well in my car they did. Granted I have a whopping 325rwtq to launch with, lol. And yes my improvements all day were due to practice not track conditions. Now in the higher HP car I was driving - well that car blew the tires off on every launch to the point that I might as well have been on street tires, but that's another issue altogether.

We did not specifically ask for track prep this year. In previous years they had offered, or maybe I asked, I'm not sure, for 300ft prep. This year I thought that the track was excellent in the morning with lots of rubber from the night before, but that goes away quickly with street tires chewing it up.

racecougar
09-27-2011, 09:05 PM
My best pass was the first pass, a 12.5427 @ 109.36 MPH. I've added close to 100HP and dropped around 100lbs from the car and myself since last season, when it ran a 12.48 @ 110.36 MPH at Gateway, but none of that matters when your laptop craps out and won't let you datalog or tune. :mad: It was short-shifting big time at the Shootout, and I couldn't do anything about it. :(

ScrapSC
09-27-2011, 09:10 PM
I was on the starting line and out to 60 ft most of the day. It was good in the morning would almost pull off my shoes, but I could feel that it went away as the day went on. Just didnt stick to my shoes as good later in the day. There where a few bald spots that started to show in the groove also.

From most of the people that I talked to their 60fts started to go away and that kills your run...

Dirtyd0g
09-27-2011, 09:20 PM
I am planning on going to tri-state this weekend as I actually have never been there. It isn't too far from me if you need halp arranging somethignere let me know. There are tons of hotels in the area near there too.
Alan

BLOWN38
09-27-2011, 09:51 PM
Yes after the first 2 passes the track sucked. Thought I went too low on the tires so I put more air in... didn't help.:(

David Neibert
09-27-2011, 10:32 PM
Yes after the first 2 passes the track sucked. Thought I went too low on the tires so I put more air in... didn't help.:(

I kept letting air out and it just got worse on every pass I made. Last pass I was down to 13.0 psi, and spinning the tires so bad I thought the transmission was slipping. When I got back to the pits I could see the tires were all feathered and it was obvious they were spinning hard. So instead of doing a buy back in for $10, I decided to park it and have a beer :D

David

driller
09-28-2011, 09:30 PM
My best in the shiny Lincoln was a 12.908@102.88 on the brakes... and still broke out. :o

ScrapSC
09-28-2011, 10:46 PM
My best in the shiny Lincoln was a 12.908@102.88 on the brakes... and still broke out. :o

I didnt get to talk to about that shiny Lincoln. I thought it was really sharp!!:)

mywhite89
09-29-2011, 07:41 AM
best pass would have been the first pass of the day according to the 1/8 time being we were .25 ahead of our fastest of the day, but the intercooler pipe blew off shortly after the 1/8th and we got a 14.3 instead. but here it is: Not sure exact.

13.93 @ 98

Sarah Lichtsinn

quick35th
09-29-2011, 01:40 PM
My fastest pass which was also my last pass of the day where I broke out was a 13.6097 @ 102.54. Highest mph I reached was 105.28.

Shane

IkeyM
09-29-2011, 03:17 PM
So what was the results in the Racing/Car Show?Who won what??

mywhite89
09-29-2011, 05:14 PM
What did David Dalke run this year?? Couldn't find that on the list.

Mercutio
09-29-2011, 09:20 PM
So what was the results in the Racing/Car Show?Who won what??

Kene Wagner was 1st, I think Rod was second, and I was third. Casey won best custom, and of course the warbird got the best paint.

racecougar
09-29-2011, 09:28 PM
Kene Wagner was 1st, I think Rod was second, and I was third. Casey won best custom, and of course the warbird got the best paint.

Yep.

*Stupid 10 character requirement.*

Kurt K
09-29-2011, 10:24 PM
What did David Dalke run this year?? Couldn't find that on the list.
Apparently he is embarrassed :p

mellbutler
09-30-2011, 12:26 AM
Apparently he is embarrassed :p

ha, I was thinking the same thing!!!:eek:

95_XR7
09-30-2011, 11:41 AM
Congrats to all.

It seems everytime the Shootout comes around, I have something come up. Last year was a tiny mountain in Korea, his year was JRTC down in Ft. Polk, Louisiana, and next year will be Afghanistan.

Maybe the year after that I can make it.:(

-Corey

mywhite89
09-30-2011, 02:59 PM
Apparently he is embarrassed :p

No reason to be, he was launching it pretty hard, and I didn't see a whole lot done to his car either.

chris

driller
09-30-2011, 09:38 PM
I didnt get to talk to about that shiny Lincoln. I thought it was really sharp!!:)

Thanks! :D

XR7 Dave
12-04-2011, 12:37 AM
Final update before it goes to the website:


David Neibert --- 10.0482 @ 138.99
Brian Oatway --- 11.4702@119.57
Richard Pingol --- 12.8044 @ 104.43
Ken Wagner --- 12.1335 @ 111.36
Casey McCarty --- 11.1557 @ 136.03
Kurt Kreisz --- 12.0067 s @ 113.45
David Dalke --- 14.3116 @ 95.47
Robert Cotter --- 13.3035 @ 103.95
Rodney Bushong --- 13.1819 @ 105.28
Matt Haub --- 13.1811 @ 104.05
Ryan Zimmerly --- 11.8461 @ 119.79
Melissa Butler --- 14.7401 @95.42
Corey Binkiewicz --- 12.6306 @ 110.27
Brian St. Pierre --- 13.7886 @ 98.33
Alan Brown --- 14.06xx @ 89.03
Keith Nichols --- 11.4243 @ 119.14
Mike Siska --- 10.5574 @ 127.57
Chris Vining --- 11.2234 @ 123.41
Sam Young --- 14.289 @ 99.92
Shane Glynn --- 13.6097 @ 102.54
John Peters --- 12.9080 @102.88
Kevin McMahan --- 12.5185 @ 109.87
James Smith --- 12.5796 @ 110.16
Alan Stewart --- 12.6341 @ 106.24
Tony Serno --- 12.3616 @ 111.81
John Ludorf --- 12.2661@115.63
Ricardo Alfonseca --- 13.6835 @ 101.93
Richelle Huizinga --- 16.1933 @ 87.66
Mikki Crnojevic --- 13.6032 @ 99.39
Rod Maksimovich --- 12.5427 @ 109.36
Will Smith --- 13.7522@104.67
Paul Gearhart --- 12.5831 @ 109.60
Chris Davis --- 13.3542 @ 102.89
Chris Lazzo --- 10.7896 @ 120.84
Robert Pearson --- 11.6431 @ 120.78
Sarah Lichtsinn --- 13.9322 @ 99.04
Matt Dotlich --- 15.8637 @ 90.09

Any errors or omissions speak now! :)

racecougar
12-04-2011, 02:26 PM
Final update before it goes to the website:
Rod Maksimovich --- 12.6431 @ 108.94

Any errors or omissions speak now! :)

Mine should be 12.5427 @ 109.36 MPH. Thanks.

XR7 Dave
12-05-2011, 11:23 AM
Got it, thanks. I am missing the first 38 runs in the morning so anyone who had a best time during that part of the day will have to post up to have your run documented on the SC Shootout Top runs list. Runs not documented to the 4th digit on ET and 2nd digit on MPH will not be accepted. Thanks!