Testing Dr's at BMP

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat Performance' started by rubbel, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. rubbel

    rubbel Gold Member

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    JOHN ON DR’S







     
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    Are you launching in first or second? Sounds like second.
     
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    My opinion is the tires are greased from that prolonged burnout.
     
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    On at least two passes, it sounded like you shifted too soon, maybe on the 3-4 shift and on the second one it sounded like it shifted too soon, then you downshifted again? Are you using the paddle shifters or letting the A8 do its own thing?
     
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    Watched all of them, what was happening? None of the runs sounded clean. Starting in 2nd? Missed shift with an auto, using the paddles?
     
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    I'm with TheWhiteOne...definitely too much burnout. With DRs you only have to haze them slightly. Any idea what pressure they were running in them?
     

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