I was mid to low 15's too when my turbo was an N/A, but it wasn't what you would call a "healthy" enginedevonlad108 wrote:I believe I got mid 15's in my Rev 2. Times got worse throughout the day, I would say at a complete guess it was because the track was getting warmer and my tyres were getting stickier.Howlin_Mad wrote:Mid to high 14's would be respectable for a stock bodied car with a M/TGazza_DJ wrote:Paid for the weekend. Might well do the unlimited runs on the Saturday. No idea what kind of times are achievable in an NA!
There is a bit of technique involved on the strip though, but you'll figure it out.
I was always ahead of my mate in his rev 5 NA.
Im doubtful mine will have its rev 3 transplant by then, but theres always next year to see what it does!
Tyre pressures, and avoiding the water trap and temperatures/wind make a noticable difference. Biggest diiference for me was getting to the line. Don't rush it!