A car simply cannot be judged solely for its ¼ mile performance. The wheel is installed for a reason.jerzkid said:If you have any 1/4 mile sheets, please post them here. I haven't gotten my car yet and I'm really interested to see what she can do. Please list if you have any modifications done as well.
I know this. I am just curious to see what she can do in the flats. There is no road track around here, so I will have to deal with the 1/4Excelsior said:A car simply cannot be judged solely for its ¼ mile performance. The wheel is installed for a reason.
And it cannot be judged without out it, either...Excelsior said:A car simply cannot be judged solely for its ¼ mile performance. The wheel is installed for a reason.
This is the area of the forum known as "Solstice Performance Discussion". If you can't figure out why we would be interested in this data, you need to wander back to the General Discussion area...silversolstice said:I am not sure why you are so interested in this data. It will be disappointing. Its a corner carver.
I'm seeing 12.4 for the Z51 C6. That's +50HP and about -320lbs compared to our cars. So a futher weight reduction of probably another 200lbs or more would dip it into the 11s I would think. Afterall, we're running about 13.4 (average) stock with good drivers in great conditions able to see 12.9.bradyb said:Any Mallett numbers yet? I'm guessing 12.2 in the 1/4, anybody else want to make a guess?
I fixed my link but if you don't want to look it is 15.3 seconds at 89.6 mphachieftain said:As Motor Trend so far has posted teh fastest times of 0-60, I am just guessing that they would also have fastest 1/4 mile, numbers which are here: http://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/showpost.php?p=115301&postcount=14