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PLEASE ONLY PM ME WITH YOUR NEW OR UPDATED TIMES/MODS. If you only post your mods/times they will most likely be overlooked and not added.

This is the official ET/MPH list. PM me any relevant info on your run, aka time slips and videos. Also list your mods, try and follow the format you see below. If you dont have the time to follow the format, ill organize your info, but any help is appreciated.

Suggestions are welcomed. We will use only vehicles relevant to this forum. I only used 1/8th on my personal run because I have not hit the 1/4 yet, but send what you have.

Lets get a list going guys and gals... Stock, modified, whatever!!!!

Naturally Aspirated

1) Turdle ( aka jtsmith) :
14.819@89.79
R/T .626
2.073 60'
9.375@73.08 1/8
6.014 330'
12.310 1000'.
Mods: A(1998 Mountaineer),E ( Professional Products Typhoon),F ( Edelbrock performer with a bit of touching) FF(347ci) G ( FMS x 303) J ( Torque Monster Big exit, Magnaflow cats, rear cats gone, magnaflow and hooker mufflers, mac tilpipe) ,K ( SCT by James Henson www.hensonperformance.com ), S ( 4.030 bore X 3.400 stroke) , X ( 91 octane), AA(part-time 4x4 4406),DD ( art carr 3000 RPM flash), FF ( lightning maf, KN filter, home made intake tube),XX The other guy distracted me


2)Limited02

A) 2002 Explorer 4x4, I) Flowmaster 70 w/2.5" single exhaust, K) SCT3 from www.hensonperformance.com, M) 275/45/20's, FF) 4.6L, ZZ) Weight Reduction(2nd/3rd row seats and spare.)




Timeslip(#971): from 11-20-2010
-R/T .407
-60' 2.163
-330' 6.220
-1/8 9.655
-MPH 71.58
-1000' 12.623
-1/4 15.145
-MPH 88.77
3)Techieman33-- r/t 2.48' / 60' 2.32 / 330' 6.498 / 1/8@9.948@71.25mph / 1000 12.959/ 1/4 15.517@88.04
Mods: A(2000 Mountaineer),E(phenolic intake spacer),J(custom flowmaster 50 series exhaust,torque monster headers),AA,EE(MAC CAI),K(xcallII www.hensoneperformance.com ),FF(302ci 5.0 pushrod)

4) carguy3j: R/T -- .288 / 60' 2.283 / 330' 6.651 / 1/8 10.211@69.00mph / 1000 13.280 / 1/4 15.876@86.62
Mods: A (1999 Explorer XLT 4dr), FF (4.0L-SOHC), AA (Auto, a4wd), K (SCT Xcal3 w/ custom 93 octane tune-Henson), EE (K&N FIPK Cold Air Kit), ZZ (no spare tire and rear cargo mat removed, and approx 1/8 tank of gas)

5) cheesypoofs: 10.282@67.375 1/8th / 0.272 reaction / 2.230 60'
Mods: A) 98 XLT B) 4700 C) 76* I) MAC catback K) X3 and 93 street tune from www.hensonperformance.com EE) MAC cold air intake FF) 5.0

6) 1996exploererxlt: 16.627@82.34, R/T .089 / 2.396 60' / 10.680@66.14 1/8
Mods: A(00 Mountaineer), C(85-90*), E(Mac Intake), I(Flowmaster 40 series dual exhaust), M(30x9.5 Wranglers), AA(AWD)

7) dpxtwo: 16.054@86.78, 60 ft -2.361 / 330 -6.742 / 1/8 -10.334@68.03 / 1000 -13.446
Mods: A (2006 Explorer EB V8 2wd), C (1,000ft/76 degrees/43%), I (FM 50 SUV, tube resonator), X (Pump Gas), EE (K&N, Custom Ram Air)

8) anti_rice_guy: 16.84@79.91/2.367 60'.
Mods: A(2006 explorer xlt),EE(k&n drop in),FF(4.0 v6),AA(awd)

9) cdw6212r: 17.16@82.2/11.18@66.7 1/8th/2.83 60ft
Mods: A(1998 Mountaineer AWD 5.0), D, M (255/60/18's), ZZ(zexel-torsen diff, big sway bars, 12.7566x1.25'' rotors)

10) turboexplorer: 17.948@73.93 / .129 RT / 2.478 60' / 14.925 1000' / 11.402@60.27mph 1/8th / 7.319 330'
Mods: A(98' Explorer XLT), B(5,300), D, M(31's), AA(AWD), FF(5.0)

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Power Adder



1) mounty03: 12.433@109.2mph / 7.935@88.28mph 1/8th / 1.74 60'
Mods: A (2003 Mountaineer), B (4860 lbs.), C (257 Ft./78*/73%), E (HPS Hardball'r Intake), F (Mustang GT), G (Mustang GT)
I (Stock manifolds with 3" exhaust), J (3" Magnaflow muffler), K (SCT PRP tuned on street), P (MMR Street Mod 800 shortblock)
U (Precision 6176 Turbo, 15 psi), W (Snow Performance), AA (5R55W trans, AWD), EE (Blowthrough), FF (4.6 SOHC)


2)
4pointslow: 12..086@105.20mph 1/4 mile / 8.121@83.51mph 1/8th mile / 1.796 60' / RT .102
Mods: A (1998 Explorer Sport), B (4430 lbs), C (145 FT/40*F), E (Bansheesupercharger.com lower intake / LFP single Blade ThrottleBody), F (Supersix Motorsports), G (Supersix Motorsports), H (JBA shorty headers), I (2.5 inch Magnaflow high flow Cats and custom pipes/Flowmaster super 44 mufflers 2.5inch in and out), K (SCT Pro Racer Software/Xcalibrator4), N(Black Magic Extreme 180), T(Intercooled and modified GT500 H/M122 / 3.3 inch pulley /18 psi), W(Snow Performance), X (93 oct pump gas), Z (Custom Liquid Intercooler by Bell Intercoolers), AA(Automatic 4WD(Control Trac), 4.88 Differential Gears F&B), DD(Factory Converter 2900Stall), EE(GT500 Maf sensor,housing,airfilter/Home Depot 4 inch sewer pipe), FF(stock bottom end 4.0 SOHC V6 with ARP head studs), ZZ(2003 Explorer Sport spindles and 12 inch rotors, On board PC for tuning,monitor in sunvisor)


3) jah81592: 8.27@84.53 1/8th.
Mods: A(1998 x sport),B(4,000),C(bama dragway 40*),E,G,K(henson custom tuning via sct livewire),M(stock steel wheels and mickey et drags 26x8.5-15,225/70-15 front steel wheels all the way around),J(dynomax race bullet muffler no cats),U(single 8psi)W,CC,ZZ(5r55e),FF(sohc 4.0 v6) VID:http://media.putfile.com/827-Turbo-Explorer

4) Jakee: 13.4304 1/4 [MENTION=234733]10[/MENTION]1.58 / .4968 Reaction / 2.0716 60' / 8.5980 1/8 @81.48
Mods: A (2001 Explorer Sport), B (4000 LBS), C (NA), E (Stock), F (Stock), G (Stock), J (JBA Shorties, Borla ProXS, 3" single), K (SCT PRP personally tuned), N (Yes), O (No), U (STS 60-1 T04E @ 9LBS), X (YES), AA (2WD), DD (Stock), EE (Custom Blow through), FF (4.0 SOHC)

5) rocket 5979 AKA KBX: 13.63@98.93/1.96 60'/8.72@80.87 1/8th.
Mods: A(2003 Explorer 4D),I,K,M,N,T(Kenn Bell 2.2, 9psi),X,CC,EE,XX(wheel spin off launch)FF(sohc 4.6 v8) VID: http://videos.streetfire.net/video/a7fe0148-0a0d-473d-90be-9812002415f7.htm

6) awdrocks: 9.015@78.3 1/8th/2.003 60'.
Mods: A(2002 Explorer 4D EB),B(4,856),C(1,200/78*),F(Fox Lake Stage II),G(Comp 262's),H(Shortys/2.5 true duals), K(xcalII),M(20x10/295-40-20's),N,O,Q(304ci),T(Eaton m90, 9psi),X,BB,EE,XX(two intake vacuum leaks, very detuned from timing, short shifting),FF(sohc 5.0 304ci)

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Performance Modifications and Vehicle Info

A) Vehicle and Year
B) Race Weight w/Driver
C) Elevation of Track/Temp/Humidity
D) Completely Stock
E) Intake Manifold
F) Cylinder Heads (Brand)
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I) Stock Headers/Aftermarket Catback
J) Full Aftermarket Exhaust (Headers to tips,specify)
K) PCM Modification
L) Lighter than Stock Wheels and Tires (Specify)
M) Heavier than Stock Wheels and Tires (Specify)
N) Electric Fan
O) Electric Water Pump
P) Built Stock Displacement Shortblock
Q) Big Bore (Specify Displacment)
R) Stroker (Specify Displacment)
S) Big Bore plus Stroker (Specify Displacment)
T) Supercharger (Specify Brand/Size/Boost Level)
U) Turbocharger(s) (Specify Brand/Size/Boost Level)
V) Nitrous (Specify Shot Size/Dual or Single Stage)
W) Methanol
X) Pump Gas
Y) Race Gas
Z) Ice Box
AA) Driveline, AWD / Part-Time 4X4 / 2wd
DD) Aftermarket Stall Converter (Stall Speed)
EE) Filter/CAI/Snorkel Mod
FF) Motor
XX) Handicap Disadvantages (Specify)
ZZ) Other (Tranny swap eg;5r55w to 4R70, IRS to Solid, V6 to V8 swap etc...)
 



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Looks like the new ecoboost guys are playing!!! Looking forward to seeing the efforts.
I suggest making separate category for them since the twin turbos are essentially "stock". What do you all think?
 



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Looks like the new ecoboost guys are playing!!! Looking forward to seeing the efforts.
I suggest making separate category for them since the twin turbos are essentially "stock". What do you all think?

On the front page, I would create an "Ecoboost" section underneath the "Power Adder" as follows:

NATURALLY ASPIRATED

1)
2)
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POWER ADDER

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ECOBOOST EXPLORERS

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I would include them in all boosted vehicles. Place NO2 in a separate category. It's fair to compare/run turbos and blowers together, but not with NO2 or NA cars. If someone comes along with E85 fuel, or alcohol etc, that's another level also.


Also, Jon, can you add Andrew's times to the front page, from his 347 blown Explorer? I gather that you will edit Alex's post, and has anyone heard from him? I could edit my post, which is the 2nd post, but I'm not "ready to play yet." Maybe in 6-9 months I might be working on a blower finally. We'll see.
 






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Welp Im giving her another go tonight folks. same mods as before but have since added a sct 3015 tuner. Im hoping she goes 15.5 or lower since it went 15.6 with just an intake extension and a weld on muffler. Humid/hot day in georgia so who knows. will post my results late tonight!
 






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Welp Im giving her another go tonight folks. same mods as before but have since added a sct 3015 tuner. Im hoping she goes 15.5 or lower since it went 15.6 with just an intake extension and a weld on muffler. Humid/hot day in georgia so who knows. will post my results late tonight!

Looking forward to your results!!! I don't mind being in second, but I won't settle for 3rd.....;) Good luck and GET IT ON VIDEO!!!
 






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Pissed!!!

Well I got a few pulls last night and this sct tuner hurt me more than it helped. i was on the 87 octane tune for my first pull but then i swapped it to the 93 tune and added alittle bit of timing. i was running 93 the whole time. I got my 60 fter down but my stock computer setting was running the tune down around the 1000fter. It was basically shifting up to soon i think at the top of 3rd which shows on the 2 compared slips. wasn't able to figure out the shift point setting so i just parked it. Gonna do some searching to see whats the best tune setting everyone is using and give it another go in a few weeks. This should be a 15.4 truck atleast i think. You can see how its even trapping a lower speed because of the low shifts

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Nice!

Yeah, being able to control the shift points will make a huge difference. Can't do it without a $550+ trans controller or a custom burnt chip though...
 






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wow this place is dead lol. ive been working on my rx7. but im going to the track next friday with some friends and im going to turn the sport loose again. I need to see if i can purchase a proven tune though. any recommendations with quick turn arounds?
 






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wow this place is dead lol. ive been working on my rx7. but im going to the track next friday with some friends and im going to turn the sport loose again. I need to see if i can purchase a proven tune though. any recommendations with quick turn arounds?

James Henson is who I recommend. He tuned mine and I dropped .5 seconds with his help. He is also a vendor on here and has helped several other members as well:

http://www.hensonperformance.com/
 






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wow this place is dead lol. ive been working on my rx7. but im going to the track next friday with some friends and im going to turn the sport loose again. I need to see if i can purchase a proven tune though. any recommendations with quick turn arounds?

Although this isn't really the right thread for a tuning discussion, I agree with "Limited02". My '99 Explorer went from high 16's - low 17's to a 15.87, with nothing more then a K&N FIPK and a James Henson tune. Track numbers aside, the tune greatly improved driveability. The transmission shifting improvements alone were a huge help. It even idled smoother.
 






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I would include them in all boosted vehicles. Place NO2 in a separate category. It's fair to compare/run turbos and blowers together, but not with NO2 or NA cars. If someone comes along with E85 fuel, or alcohol etc, that's another level also.


Also, Jon, can you add Andrew's times to the front page, from his 347 blown Explorer? I gather that you will edit Alex's post, and has anyone heard from him? I could edit my post, which is the 2nd post, but I'm not "ready to play yet." Maybe in 6-9 months I might be working on a blower finally. We'll see.

I have to disagree. Comparing an entirely different vehicle (C'mon, despite whatever badge Ford wants to slap on it, we all know its not really an "Explorer"), with an entirely different factory turbo motor, to a "hot rodded" custom built 1st, 2nd, 3rd gen Explorer/Ranger is an apples to oranges thing.

It is unfair, and does a disservice to those who put a lot of blood, sweat, tears, and money into making an older SOHC (or OHV) do something it was not built for, and for which there is little aftermarket off the shelf support; vs someone who just went and picked up their new car and drove from the dealership to the track.
 






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I have to disagree. Comparing an entirely different vehicle (C'mon, despite whatever badge Ford wants to slap on it, we all know its not really an "Explorer"), with an entirely different factory turbo motor, to a "hot rodded" custom built 1st, 2nd, 3rd gen Explorer/Ranger is an apples to oranges thing.

It is unfair, and does a disservice to those who put a lot of blood, sweat, tears, and money into making an older SOHC (or OHV) do something it was not built for, and for which there is little aftermarket off the shelf support; vs someone who just went and picked up their new car and drove from the dealership to the track.

I advocate having more categories of vehicles, not less. I didn't even mention older cars versus something new off a dealer lot. I don't see what your point is by quoting my unrelated post a while back.

Make more categories if you like. We don't have enough people involved in this, but I wish that we did have more.

I watch the Top Gear shows occasionally, and they mess with a whole different group of vehicles. I enjoy seeing some of those, but they do seem to ignore most of what we drive over here.

Variety is good.
 






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I advocate having more categories of vehicles, not less. I didn't even mention older cars versus something new off a dealer lot. I don't see what your point is by quoting my unrelated post a while back.

Make more categories if you like. We don't have enough people involved in this, but I wish that we did have more.

I watch the Top Gear shows occasionally, and they mess with a whole different group of vehicles. I enjoy seeing some of those, but they do seem to ignore most of what we drive over here.

Variety is good.

Maybe I misunderstood, but it appeared, from your post( which was a reply to turdle) and the preceeding conversation, that you were suggesting to include the new ecoboost vehicles in the same category as the "real" Explorers (1st, 2nd, 3rd gen - SOHC/OHV, and 5.0L) with forced induction.

My point was that it wouldn't be fair to the guy spending a lot of time/ money to get his blown/turbo'd 1st/2nd/3rd to the top of the list, in that category, only to be suddenly booted to the middle or bottom, by a bone stock, off the showroom floor ecoboost; with little or no hope of moving back up. A stock ecboost is already at the point where a heavily modded 1st/2nd/3rd gen is pretty much maxed out.

Anyway, no offense intended.
 






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From what I recall the nitrous cars were being mentioned to be mixed with NA cars, that was what I didn't want to start.

I gather that the new Ecoboost vehicles are well done by Ford, I'd like to own one of those for gas mileage. Those are surely well done turbo vehicles, yes I'd bet they would be tough to beat with a heavy Explorer with any boost. What do they run in times, the F150 etc?
 






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From what I recall the nitrous cars were being mentioned to be mixed with NA cars, that was what I didn't want to start.

I gather that the new Ecoboost vehicles are well done by Ford, I'd like to own one of those for gas mileage. Those are surely well done turbo vehicles, yes I'd bet they would be tough to beat with a heavy Explorer with any boost. What do they run in times, the F150 etc?

Umm. Oops. Excuse me while I remove my foot from my mouth........

According to Motor Trend and Car and Driver, the Ecoboost Explorers run about mid 16s, stock.

The F-150 runs about mid 15's "officially". A quick google search indicates that high 14's are common in the real world. Apparently, somebody has gotten into the 12's, and a bunch are in the mid 13's
 






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Those do have relatively small engines, so they have a big job to do. The fast stock turbo cars of history usually don't get over about 3.8 liters. The turbo 3.8 GM's come to mind, the two AWD trucks, Regal, and the Trans Am. Those are rare however, very strong engines at their core.

The SOHC 4.0 Ford is a very good engine, when the valvetrain is under control. The 5 speed autos though have no good upgrades, that sucks.
 






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Umm. Oops. Excuse me while I remove my foot from my mouth........

According to Motor Trend and Car and Driver, the Ecoboost Explorers run about mid 16s, stock.

The F-150 runs about mid 15's "officially". A quick google search indicates that high 14's are common in the real world. Apparently, somebody has gotten into the 12's, and a bunch are in the mid 13's

We are getting a touch out of hand here... You must be looking at the 2.0 Ecoboost because the 3.5's are running mid-14's stock. A simple tune/CAI they are in the bottom 13's and will be touching 12's in proper air.

As mentioned in my previous posts, I believe Ecoboost(13+ Sport Ex) should have their own row.
 






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The fast stock turbo cars of history usually don't get over about 3.8 liters. The turbo 3.8 GM's come to mind, the two AWD trucks, Regal, and the Trans Am.

The syclone and typhoon had 4.3's:)

Shame more guys arent into hotrodding these things.............i'm going to try and sneak the mountaineer up to the 1/8th. mile track once the weather cools down:thumbsup:
 






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