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Has anyone gone quicker on the street 60-130 than 4.62s and 100-150 4.85s? Also curious if anyone has gone faster than 150.38 mph on the street (1/4 mile)?
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Has anyone gone quicker on the street 60-130 than 4.62s and 100-150 4.85s? Also curious if anyone has gone faster than 150.38 mph on the street (1/4 mile)?
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My best 60-130 is 4.65 and my best 100-150 is 4.77. My best 1/4 trap is 149.2 however I don’t have many runs.
 

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Thanks for posting! You must be getting some decent HP gains from your mods, that’s really quick.

I agree with you about manual. Did you use ESC Dyn or just leave full TC on? What tires are you running?
 

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So....have done some dragy last week....
Temperature: dragy/ car 16°/20°C

Beside the results: manual shifting is quicker that automatic, automatic is always slower.
And...it looks like that H: sport/track seems to be at least always quicker than comfort setting
P was always in track.

Car has Fabspeed 200cl HJS downpipes and Unobtanium inlets.

Times:
100-200 3,72-3,80 s
200-250 3,27-3,28 s
200-300 8,80-8,87 s
times are every time reproduceable.
Are you sure that you have just hardware mods without any software, as hardeware mods without adapting software doesnt make that much sens and doubtfully that much performance gains? (i mean warrenty as already gone, so why not software mods?)
your quoting 8.8 sec in the 200-300kmh is about 2-2.5 sec faster than a stock mclaren 765lt.
your estimated 0-300kmh time would be around 15 sec what is about 3 sec faster than a stock mclaren (18sec per factory)

I saw 1000hp mclaren putting 200-300kmh in 9 sec, so you just by exhaust mods are faster
 

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I really don't know and in fact I would have assumed you would need a tune to take advantage of different fuel but I am no expert on this stuff.
There’s a chance the ECU of the mclaren is set up yo handle the higher octane. Supposedly race fuel is magic in the cars. I don’t have any gas stations with race fuel to test that.
 

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There’s a chance the ECU of the mclaren is set up yo handle the higher octane. Supposedly race fuel is magic in the cars. I don’t have any gas stations with race fuel to test that.
We keep race fuel at my shop. We have a local station that sells it in 5 gallon cans. It aint cheap.
 
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