Originally Posted by Anonymoustache
I wonder if some on board timers are more liberal than others. After a 4.9 two 4.6's I got a 4.2 and a 12.7 1/4 on a dead flat road. I had a passenger and we both said holy shit when it launched because it felt way harder, but I'm still skeptical. I only have 550 miles on her.
What I want to know is why it is so different at times? Using launch control, most every launch on mine has been 4.5-4.6; it was that when it was 45* out and I can repeat it now when it is 90* out. But two times it launched HARD and I said H0LY SH!T as well - those 2 times were 3.9 and 4.1 on the EVIC. Both of those launches you could hear the tires clawing at the pavement as well, whereas normally it just squats a tad and is off.
I get that air is different, but it is really strange that I can do mid 4's all day everyday...
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