Another great night at the track. The Lethal Performance 2010 GT500 made its way deeper into the 9′s cracking off a email@example.com. The weather was in the 60′s with a little bit of moisture in the air. Jeremy Martorella of UPR Products pulled the car up to the line for our first run of the evening. With the 2 step set at 2100 he made the launch. First gear looked awesome and so did the 1-2 shift.. However after the shift the car broke loose and started going sideways but Jeremy’s professional race experience got the car back in the groove and down the rest of the track shifting as fast as an automatic could. As he passes the traps the board lit up with a firstname.lastname@example.org. The car ran 114.14mph through the 1/8th. This is still using a 4″ pulley on the 4.0L Whipple which produces 21.5psi. We were using C16 with no methanol and this is blower only. We’re going to continue working on the suspension and once it’s dialed in we’ll turn up the boost. Our goal is to make an 8 second pass with the 6 speed making it the first GT500 in the 8′s with a manual transmission.
The First 9-seconds 2010 Shelby GT500
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