2009-2015 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, sport or comp for drag racing in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2015; We have always raced in stabilitrax but that got me thinking about the rate of the shocks being so hard. ...
- 12-10-13 11:22 AM #1Cadillac Owners Fanatic
- Automobile(s): 2009 cts-v
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- Jun 2010
sport or comp for drag racing
We have always raced in stabilitrax but that got me thinking about the rate of the shocks being so hard. It may not
be the best setting. It may not allow the car to shift weight to the rear. I do not know what it does to shift points and shift timing.
Maybe sport is a better setting due to a softer shock as long has it has desirable shift firmness and timing.
So what is the boards idea on selecting between the two and does anyone have track times to back it up.
We are racing the 12th because here in Florida we have not had any cold weather but this Thursday it's going to 55
and with the icebox it should be cool enough for a new best time.
28 HP for full exhaust
and 30 HP for the icebox
that is at least what I was told to expect
and I have seen a car here in town pick up 3 tenths
from it. Please give feedback....
- 12-11-13 07:19 PM #2
Re: sport or comp for drag racing
Any ideas? I will be at the track on Thursday and want the best chance at a ten second time slip as possible. We have a bunch of 11.04's but that is as close to 10's we have. All done CAI, tune, small, pulley, and HX. We know have full exhaust and ice box. Hoping for 10.75 @ 129-130 I have seen cars go quicker at that speed.
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