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Drag/Acceleration Kia Stinger 1/4 Mile Times

Discussion in 'Kia Stinger Motorsports' started by Tonkabob, May 7, 2018.

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  1. Tonkabob

    Tonkabob United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    For Track Results:
    1. Provide picture of track Slip. Try to provide a picture of the track slip by your car number if possible, this will ensure the track slip belongs to your car.
    2. Video of track run. Its 2019 and everyone owns a smart phone. Have someone record you when you make your runs. If you break a record then this is the ultimate proof that no one can deny. This is what will make your run 100 percent validated. Of course make sure you record the time at the end. (Optional, Not Required but preferred)
    3. List all performance mods, including tires, WMI, Nitrous, weight reduction, etc......

    For Dragy Results:
    1.Post the dragy slip/result. Your name should match your user name or real name to make sure you used it on your car.
    2. If possible have someone record you, although not required but helpful. (Optional, Not required but preferred)
    3. Be honest about the conditions you ran in, meaning temperatures. Winter time vs summer time. Dragy should be used more as a performance reference, rather than the ultimate 1/4 results.
    4. List all of your performance mods.

    Here are the top times as of March 19th, 2019.


    1/4 mile time, speed, 1/8 mile time, speed, 60

    1. 11.94 @ 118.11, @STINGER, 7.77 @ 92.99, 1.89
    RWD, JB4 map 3, WMI, VT Snorkel, K&N Drop ins, High flow CAT, JunBL mid EVC cat back

    2. 11.98 @118.96, @TorkMe, 7.84 @94.03, 1.95
    GT RWD, Tork ECU tune, Tork intake, muffler delete, no cats, fmic. 92 Octane

    3. 12.07 @ 116.73, @Crewdawg130, 7.85 @92.65, 1.90
    GT2 RWD, JB4 map3, intake, Ultimate HFC primary and secondary, FMIC, Drag radials. 93 octane

    4. 12.09 @ 114.83, Miguel P, 7.80 @ 91.61, 1.86
    GT2 AWD, Tork ECU Stage 1, CX CAI, CX FMIC, muffler delete.

    5. 12.12 @ 116.82, @Kato_the_kia_stinger 7.91 @92.12, 1.92
    AWD, JB4 map8, K&N intake, VT snorkel, WMI, 93 octane

    6. 12.13 @116.78, Jesse P turbokits.com, 7.89@ 91.51, 1.87
    AWD, Lap3 pro Map 3, Intake, FMIC, no cats, 93 octane.

    7. 12.17 @ 116 Michael Locke, 7.95 @ 91.93, 1.95
    AWD, Lap3 pro Map2, Injen Intake, lap3 down, SSR Mid, 91 + E30

    8. 12.17 @114.71, Kia Bahrain (@STINGER driving)
    GT2 RWD Lap3 Uncle, junbl cat back, 100 octane

    9. 12.35 @ 115.00, Bryan2.0, 8.05 @90.39, 1.96
    AWD JB4 map3, Tork intake, 93 octane + Royal Purple


    Dragy*:

    1. 11.58* @120.58, @Tonkabob, 7.50 @95.83, 1.82
    GT2 AWD, Tork ECU tune, Ark catback, JT intake, Ultimate FMIC, SSR midpipe, wheels. E15 94 octane

    2. 11.83* @119.61, @Get Stung, 7.70 @93.83, 1.89
    AWD, JB4 Map5, Secondary CAT bypass, Borla catback, Injen intake 93 octane+ Boostane

    3. 11.87* @ 118.29, @ScottyCole, 7.71 @93.25, 1.88
    AWD, Lap3 Pro, K&N Intakes, UP HFC down/mid, Borla Catback, 93 octane + E85

    4. 11.91* @120.73, @Terry@BMS, 7.82 @94.96, 2.03
    GT RWD, JB4, BMS intake, Water/Methanol injection 50/50, Drag radials, wheels. 30% E85

    5. 12.07* @ 113.98, Michael Locke, 7.89 @92.70, 1.95
    AWD, Lap3 pro Map2, Injen Intake, no cats. 91 + E30

    6. 12.13* @116.6, @KLR STINGER
    AWD, JB4 map2, Intakes, Velossa snorkels, Magnaflow Catback, JT FMIC, Lap3 primary dp, JunBl Mid (no cats), Magnaflow Catback, 94 octane e20e30
     
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  2. DaJackson

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    Need to post modifications (including tires and weight savings), weather and elevation on times to really be able to compare.
     
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    STINGER Bahrain Stinger Enthusiast

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  4. Tonkabob

    Tonkabob United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Looks like the link on your 12.16 run is bad but wow! So close to the 11s!
    My 12.76 and Torkme's runs were both at the same track and his mods are on his video. Track is around 200-300 feet elevation (guess). For my run it was 60 degrees, took out the spare tire. Mods are Race Chip, Ark cat back, K&N drop in, HKS 40 plugs. The AWD hooks up 100% brain dead simple every time as you would expect.
     
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  5. iclicku

    iclicku United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    I live near you guys. I would like to join you guys for the next outing :)
     
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  6. KLR STINGER

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    1.9 60' is terrible for AWD. We need to get a focus on upping the launch control rpm or getting brake boosting working through tuning
     
  7. iclicku

    iclicku United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    The poor time probably has something to do with the transmission trying to save itself from damage from hard launches I think.
     
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    STINGER Bahrain Stinger Enthusiast

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  9. jaime williams

    jaime williams United States Newish Member

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    I ran mine at Portland international raceway 2 weeks ago. Best run of the night was a 12.580 @ 111.15 its a AWD GT with muffler delete and lap3 box. other details are a 1.984 60ft 8.149 1/8th @ 88.20. This is just a GT so no launch control. and it seemed to do best with trac control off and stab control on. Ill be putting on intakes and maybe downpipes soon. Ill update after I have new numbers.
     
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  10. Tonkabob

    Tonkabob United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Very nice time .That gives me hope to hit 12.5s with some more runs. I had a bad run where the car stumbled off the start and still hit 111.4.
    Not sure launch control does much as it only revs to 2k.
     
  11. Ucinn

    Ucinn United States 1000 Posts Club! Sustaining Member

    The GT has launch control
     
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  12. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 2500 Posts Club!

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    I think launch control would be much more effective if it held at the 3k RPM range. But that would probably induce more wheel spin...:thumbdown:

    I'm no drag racer, what do I know?!
     
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    What type of fuel?
     
  14. robz32

    robz32 United States 1000 Posts Club! Staff Member Moderator Texas Stinger Swarm

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    Luckily for US the ECU code has been cracked and we can now dig in there and start adjusting most, if not all, the variables. The guys at Tork Motorsports have not mentioned what can and cannot be manipulated with the new ECU flash.
     
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  15. jaime williams

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    93 octane lap3 with 92 octane and a bottle of o'rileys octane booster. so probably like 93ish octane. And the regular GT has lunch control? Ive tried to do the thing to make it work but nothing. Am I doing something wrong?
     
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    jaime williams United States Newish Member

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    OMG Im a doofus.. I just looked it up and did it. IDK what I was doing wrong but I was told by my dealer that it didint have it only that the GT2 did.. Those mfs.. ima have to let them know they be wronging ppl. Thanks Ucinn
     
  17. Volvowith18psi

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    Good trap man! PIR usually nets great DA's. I mean -750ft+ DA's lol. Crappy prep most of the time though.

    I assume everybody is running their tank to E. You only need like 2 gallons and gas is 6lbs/gallon. It DOES make a difference. I didnt notice any difference when I ran a VP109 70/30 91 octane mix- Well, my wallet was like 130 bucks lighter lul...
     
  18. jaime williams

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    I think I had about a half tank so something like 7 gallons at the point I ran the pass. Next time ill bring another person so I can set up a make shift pit area, and have extra gas, air and tools. Because shit does a 12 second pass eat up gas fast.
     
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  19. Tonkabob

    Tonkabob United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Looks like @TorkMe just ran a 12.12 @116.08 MPH in a RWD GT. Slip is on the shops fb page. New Stinger record i believe...
     
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  20. iclicku

    iclicku United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    That was with the piggy back too. In the comments section he says that he didn't have his flash tune on the car...
     
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