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well finn aly we got a track to race near heer its brand new .. my best time with all my toys was 16.4. remember that mexico city is very up ovr the sea level and all the n/a engines sufer alot heers a video hope yall can see it.. hope one day i can race my car at the sea level lol

http://www.globedesk.com/matrix/thj-jagarcia.Bp3MxBE/name/files/Benja_Vs_Yo.wmv

a friend of mine with almost the same mods as mine with nitro runned 15.2 with out the nitro was shooting lower times his best wqs 16.6

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Damn , not bad for the elevation...Armin ( pituala a.k.a. " Spec Weed " , would die of shock if he got those times . :D
 

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whats the correction factor...?
 

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Yes, i'd be curious to the equation we'd use to convert times as they are effected by altitude.

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Nismo Racer said:
well finn aly we got a track to race near heer its brand new .. my best time with all my toys was 16.4. remember that mexico city is very up ovr the sea level and all the n/a engines sufer alot heers a video hope yall can see it.. hope one day i can race my car at the sea level lol

http://www.globedesk.com/matrix/thj-jagarcia.Bp3MxBE/name/files/Benja_Vs_Yo.wmv

a friend of mine with almost the same mods as mine with nitro runned 15.2 with out the nitro was shooting lower times his best wqs 16.6

cya
globedesk linky no worky :confused:
 

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we are around 2600 meters over the sea level i do belive the n/a engienes lose a 10% for every 1000 meters over the sea level if im not wrong so that would be a 26% ..... dont know at the sea level what times we will be running probably 14 .8 15 flats?? im not good at math and i will nevre be good at math lol
 
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