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    Driftbox

    http://www.driftbox.com/

    If you're a serious tracker, this is what you need


    I borrowed my mates, and got some interesting times out of it.

    Rolling start from 20mph (2nd gear):

    To 20mph: 0.00s
    To 30mph: 1.34s
    To 40mph: 2.38s
    To 50mph: 3.58s
    To 60mph: 4.97s

    0-40mph in 1st (managed a proper clutch killing launch start):

    3.83s

    Woo!

    Also got a max top speed of 151.22mph.

    Not bad for a standard GSi...

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    If your car is a standard GSi then the drift box is not being very accurate, a sub 5 sec 0-60 does not seem realistic.
    Tell me what you've done, not what you're going to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by K3FUS View Post
    If your car is a standard GSi then the drift box is not being very accurate, a sub 5 sec 0-60 does not seem realistic.
    From a rolling start at 20mph

    So is quite possible

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    I agree, still suspect figures imo

    Glad you're having fun though ! lol

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    Sub 5? It's 6.4 seconds, excluding a gear change (good .5secs there?)

    It's not a proper timed 0-60, it's a mix of 0-40 in 1st, then a run from 40-60 in 2nd.

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