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Old 02-28-2011, 11:05 PM
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Looking for a how to write up on how to do a nice quick launch so i can get a good time at the 1/4 mile when i go

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Old 02-28-2011, 11:44 PM
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Well, I just did a google advanced search and found this:

http://clubralliart.com/showthread.php?t=136

There are many others if you want to look for them . . .

Basically,
  1. Tarmac Mode
  2. ASC off
  3. Sport Mode
  4. Left Foot brake
  5. Raise RPM to about 4k
  6. take foot off brake
  7. Go!

Doing this I hit 60 in 4.7 seconds
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^^^ what he said and remember if you really set on getting your best time pay no attention to the green light and just go when your ready also I don't know about everyone elses car but I hit max torque and boost at about 3500 rpm so that's where I launch at also don't forget the cool down period hahaha stupid slow down light
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Well, I just did a google advanced search and found this:

http://clubralliart.com/showthread.php?t=136

There are many others if you want to look for them . . .

Basically,
  1. Tarmac Mode
  2. ASC off
  3. Sport Mode
  4. Left Foot brake
  5. Raise RPM to about 4k
  6. take foot off brake
  7. Go!

Doing this I hit 60 in 4.7 seconds

Thanks! I might try this once before i get on the track so i can kinda get the feel for it
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Everything that rgwinn said, But to get your Rpms to 4k or so, The best way is to have your foot on the brake and tap the throttle repeatedly and qwikly, Working the Rpms up with some ease not like brake torqing the Rpms up(forcing them). Let me know if u have any more questions plz. Here's a vid of my first time ever at the track all I had at that time was a muffler delete.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqaPx...e_gdata_player
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Old 03-01-2011, 10:15 AM
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^ Well, that is the "Advanced" method
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Old 03-01-2011, 11:10 AM
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Yeah, I still can't figure out the tapping thing. It always feels like the clutch is engaged when I do it which doesn't seem right.
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I prefer the quick tap method. There's a reason why you get the slow down light with brake boosting; It's a warning.

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Yeah, I still can't figure out the tapping thing. It always feels like the clutch is engaged when I do it which doesn't seem right.
If you quickly tap the gas, the clutch won't be fully engaged. You should only be lurking forward.
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you hit 4.7? stock? !!!
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Old 02-26-2012, 10:08 PM
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Weird I have had mine at the track a few times and if I try to rev the engine using the fast tap method the car goes into limp mode if I get the revs higher than about 2800 RPM. I have made about 60 runs in total over the last 30 months with my car trying different things and you basically have to get the feel of what your car will allow you to get away with.

With our car I find you can do a good time or a good reaction time but it is extremely hard to do both. My 2 cents would be stay out of the grooves the big muscle cars with giant slicks run in. Align yourself up to run on the high ground just to the outside of the grooves as you will have less rolling resistance and with AWD loss of traction isnt really an issue for us. LOL !
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