Ive never driven a 600hp cobra, so i couldnt tell you what I would run. But i can give a pretty accurate estimate of what the car is capable of based on other similar setups, thats why i said "driver/tire being equal". SY has alot more track experience than i do, so you cant compare the 2 cars based on driver when i havent even driven mine yet lol.The right driver is gonna have to be you . It's gonna be your car. No reason in talking about "with a good driver", you gotta be that driver lol! There's no reason in talking about equal traction/driver. . . That's just comparing cars, anyone can buy a car with numbers and post em, gotta drive it to prove the it will do it! It'll be fun man, i'm excited for ya.
The strip is a great place to learn how to deal with your car in a straight line. Probably the safest place to test. Don't have to launch hard to learn the pull and control of the car and it's legal. That's a win/win.
Nice, good luck with the sale.
Pulls are for ladies Crank that sucker up to 4500 rpms and let it go! Oh, and hold on lol.
Im fairly confident that with the right tires and track conditions, after some practice, i could run the car to its potential. Ill need some practice tho.
The reason i suggested pulls to SY is because i would need to get used to the car more before i felt comfortable dumping the clutch at 5k, lol. A couple friendly pulls are a fun way to see how close the cars are with less depending on traction and such.
If im really gonna be serious about setting a good time, id probably get a set of drag wheels with slicks and skinnies, and i may one day.
Im sure once i get used to the power it has ill want to swap the pully for more boost and retune, possibly go E85, lol. Still some unlockable power in it.
But damn. Baby steps, im about to double my rwhp lol.
Meeting someone tonight or tomorrow to look at the mach 1. Cross ur fingers.