Challenger SRT Hellcat
So should I presume that this is a shot at my car again. When I say on a stock car I am referring to my car before Nov 2021 when it was tuned. Yes It had an aluminum driveshaft in it then. Being a 2016 it is kind of mandatory if I don't want to tear up my car at the track. I didn't have the luxury of having a RE Drive shaft. I don't have exhaust work and use a stock air box with a dealer stock air filter in it.Can't speak to those guys running so called "stock" cars that have tunes, driveshafts,rotors, exhaust ECT, but yeah they're stock 🤣🤣🤨.
I test on the same day same track and same lane as much as possible. Not weeks apart.
I can run in -1000' DA and run slower than another day at the same -1000' DA. So that is why I don't use different days as a comparison. Also when I compare I go back to the original set up to be sure that changing weather during the day isn't messing with my results. So if I can't run 3 passes then switch and run 3 passes and switch back and run another at least, then it isn't a test. I have started out with stock wheels and swapped to skinnies and done it the other way around.
@motorheadmike and @hpindy both know enough about my car to be able to tell you if I'm lying about it.
Since you had an issue with my 10.06 run this fall I will share that it ran 10.07 in the spring with less timing than the stock tune had due to crap winter pump gas here. Just a raised shift point, a slight drop in peak timing.
There is the secret to my modified car. No gears in the spring it has the rear seat in it and I have issues with removing weight.
One reason I wanted my car to stay stock was I knew even just a tune would make people act like it had pullies and a host of other things done.
No wonder I keep thinking of getting rid of it now.