: Post up your stock quarter mile times

07-16-09, 11:28 PM
I took my new V to the track when it was two days old.

Bear in mind i don't have much seat time in this car and i pushed T/C twice instead of once like i have learned to do with some reading on this forum. Not sure if this makes a difference in ET though?

First pass I ran a 12.56 at 115.12 with a 1.920 60'
2nd pass a 12.496 at 115.18 with a 1.89 60'

It was a VERY hot night when i ran.

Curious to see what others are running with their cars while still stock.

07-17-09, 02:48 AM
ummm ... i think your car can get better number as time goes ... very good numbers fro new car ...

I have youtube for my car >>> setting sport mode + TC one ... got from 0-130mph (210kmh) in 14.5 second which is as fast as 2009 GTR


brent eb02
07-18-09, 12:44 AM
12.08 @ 118 mph with 1200 miles on her
bone stock

07-18-09, 11:52 AM
12.08 @ 118 mph with 1200 miles on her
bone stock

Awesome number! Do you remember what the temps were when you made that run?

07-18-09, 05:04 PM
12.08 @ 118 mph with 1200 miles on her
bone stock

stick or auto?

07-18-09, 05:36 PM
One of the computer savvy members/moderators should create a sticky post with a spreadsheet-like table of quarter mile times. The old Impala SS site had a table with every member's times and times with particular mods.

It should include:


You could also include dyno numbers as a separate table or incorporate it into the same table.

Just a thought...

07-19-09, 01:44 AM
Just post your time slip.

07-19-09, 06:48 AM
While posting the time slip avoids "internet bragging", the images for the time slips become lost over time as servers shut down, etc., unless you use the gallery here.

A spreadsheet is an excellent idea for longevity.

Gotham CTS-V
07-19-09, 08:35 AM
Corvetteforums has it nicely done in some sections where they have it listed with stock times and modified times.

07-19-09, 08:43 AM
The other reason for a spreadsheet is that it allows everyone to see how much each mod is worth.

Until someone creates a spreadsheet, I would like to see the people's posted times also.

I will post mine as soon as I get to the drag strip (I only have 1000 miles so far).

07-19-09, 09:54 AM
12.1@119 Auto tranny

best trap, 121

best 60 ft. 1.81

07-19-09, 04:28 PM
I would assume that by the thread title 'Stock' means bone stock and street tires. Some pretty impressive 60 fts listed so far! Good job guys!

10-16-09, 11:06 PM
To achieve your best times, what was your launch technique for a AT V?

10-17-09, 01:10 PM
12.1@119 Auto tranny

best trap, 121

best 60 ft. 1.81Whats your best in the 335xi? Especially 60ft? :)

10-17-09, 03:21 PM
Sorry, I don't have a scanner.

Byron Dragway
Track elevation 730ft.
Air temp 78.1
Barometric pressure 30.06
Relative humidity 48%
D/A 2171 ft
tire pressure 32 all around
1/8 tank of gas

2nd run was the best.

Everything Stock. Auto. TC button twice. Sport Mode off. Track Mode on.
No burnout and no box.

R/T .194
60' 1.945
330 5.285
1/8 8.011
MPH 91.27
1000 10.338
1/4 12.292
MPH 114.55

These are not corrected numbers for DA.

I know there is another 0.2 there. Track prep is garbage on test and tune days (that and still trying to figure out best launch technique).