Was the track in He!!, Lol. I have the same trouble and when I go to compare slips with other trucks of the same setup at other tracks, it just doesn't add up. I'm hoping for colder weather soon because staging in this heat is no fun.
Nice track time but If you want a Real World comparison, race a Hemi with intake, exhaust and tune or a stock Tundra and see how you stack up head to head in identical conditions.sirkustoms said:newbie here but happened to be searching. I bought my 07 Titan LE back in March and happened to take it to the track a couple friday nights ago. I installed an Injen intake back in June and just wanted to see how it compared to the stock rating Car & Driver put on it. My best run out of 4 was a 14.8 at 92mph and it was on a high 80degree evening in Maryland. I guess I should call my truck blessed.
What are the other Titans running at your track? I would be curious to know if the VVT makes that big a difference. See if you can find out what a non VVT Titan is running the same time you are.sirkustoms said:true but i'm normally more concerned with how my vehicles compare to the same vehicles just so that way i can see what mods are worth spending money on that make the bigger difference in a particular vehicle. sometimes the research the manufacturers give isn't always worth listening to.
I will be curious to see how it all pans out as far as what the 07 VVT is worth at the track compared to a non VVT Titan in the lane next to him.Wildmike said:I am not so sure about the 2007 with VVT. At our NW dyno meet I dyno'd within 1 HP of an 2007. We have the same mods also. He did have about 6 more TQ. Same exhaust, except his is mandrel bent and mine is crush bend. And we both have 2 degree advance and CAI.
Only difference was he has 4500 miles and I have 20,000 miles.
Could be breakin or mine just runs strong.
Nice run but I wish you would have had a non VVT truck in the lane next to you, lol.StuntDriver06 said:i ran [email protected] in my 4wd 07, with low humidity
Lol, not really. What I am looking for is a vehicle comparison from my track to yours. The reason I want that is because there's a large difference in my track times vs trucks of similar mods at other tracks. I would be able to compare apples to apples then.StuntDriver06 said:yeah, ther was a non vvt dodge diesel in the lane next to me does that count?
The best I can figure is that VVT is worth about 3 tenths but I really have no proof of that, fuzzy track math, lol.val said:papad---i posted my dyno in uprev results---the hp & torq are the same as most---diff is in curve & results @5800---the curve is smooth w/ power @shift points
Hey, hows it going in Gatorville? Yeah I was talking about you man but I thought you had an 07. As far as the track conditions and weather, I have my suspicions but I don't think I will know for sure until October when the other Titans get Dynoed at the same Time in Old Town. At that point I will know how my HP and TQ numbers stack up with theirs. I just hope there is not too much of a temp/humidity difference that day between Dyno runs.crod504 said:My truck is an 06 if you are talking about the 15.4 but I seriously think our conditions make our track run SLOOOOWW. With the times given wouldn't you say that our conditions lead to about an extra 0.5 secs on the ET's?