reaction time has absolutely nothing to do with ET's. the clock does not start until you do. you can sit at the tree for 30 seconds trying to get your rpms exactly where you want them, run your race and still run a 15 sec 1/4.jayupark said:Crank HP eh? I guess it does not take into account reaction times. But Crank HP would be quite inaccurate because the parasitic loss is highly variable from car to car (even among the same make and model).
But the calculator seems consistent with Crank HP. (if you compensate for reaction time).
Here goes being really anal about something mode:still pretty cool.
now if only i had 2000 hp...
Wow your XD is almost 300 pounds heavier than my XD my curb weight is just over 2600 in stock trimwell according to that, with my xd, weighing 2900lbs, and 160 (crank) hp, it says i should be running a 15.19 at 89.08. it has to go by CHP because if i put in 3000lbs and 140hp, it says 16.06 @ 84, which i am 100% sure is incorrect
The XD is NOT in the 2600 pound range. Hyundai claimed the weight was just over 2600, but they actually republished the weight of the older, smaller, lighter J2.Wow your XD is almost 300 pounds heavier than my XD my curb weight is just over 2600 in stock trim
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