What is your 0-60?

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  1. srt.charger

    srt.charger Senior Hellcat Member

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    4.0 seconds. P ZERO Performance Summer Tires. Ontario Canada.

    Warmest weather this year was around 70F. Now it's a consistent 50F. :mad:

    32PSI cold - 38 psi warm
    V-Power 91 Shell.

    Why is my 0-60 so bad?

    What is yours? Please post tires, gas, psi and anything else that may relate :D

    Update: Upgraded tires to Michelin Super Sports 295 all around. Best was 4.2 and consistent 4.4. Though I think I can improve as I have not tried it that much.
     
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    keep trying. Learn where the spin starts and give it less pedal. Heat the tires up. roll into 1st and 2nd. its a fine line between running fast and spinning.

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    srt.charger Senior Hellcat Member

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    Nice!
    Yep but, this is without spinning. I wonder if it has to do with our weather. I roll then mash. No spin. Still best 4.6.
     
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    rayzazoo DRIVESRT.COM Gold Supporting Member

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    30 psi rear. If you plant the throttle you'll spin. If you feel out the throttle and listen to tires, you'll get better times.
     
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    Rear PSI is 32 cold and 38 warm. Oh and running 91 v power shell. Should I go to 93 or 94? Any difference? And yes, I never plant the tires. Ever.
     
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    I practice my launches at nearly every stoplight! I'm the king of 0 to "5 miles over" the speed limit in my town. I love this car!!
     
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    nice! what tire and size you run to get that?
     
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    srt.charger Senior Hellcat Member

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    Awesome! Any pointers? What are you running?

    Yes please post specs. Tires, gas, psi and weather :D
     
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    Nitto 305/35R20 although I am getting ready to switch over to Mickey Thompson's to see if we can get a little quicker. ;)

    26 psi, Bravado Tribute 11" rim, 93 real gas, and I was driving bear footed! You really can control/ feel the pedal that way, but I'm sure it's just me thinking it's so.
     
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    srt.charger Senior Hellcat Member

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    Nice. I'm still using the p zeros. Boo..
    are you going to upgrade the drive shaft?
     
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    HellcatOK Senior Hellcat Member

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    You know, everybody that seems to of twisted a driveshaft had wheel hop right before that happened. My plan is to keep the stock driveshaft and let off the gas when it breaks loose.
     
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    With the stock tires I think it's a battle to get below the claimed 3.7, but I've seen 3.5 and Car & Driver managed 3.4 with a Charger on stock rubber.


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    I get a lot of wheel hop too. Especially 50% of my 0-60. Cringe.
     
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    Those 275 would give you wheel hop.. Put 305 and it should resolve that issue
     
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    Thanks. Do you recommend upgrading anything else if I put the 305s on ? I don't like Replika rims. Already cracked one.

    And should I keep the front tires 275 stock?
     

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