hehe, that might help me run faster as well.
9.18 @ 150 mph
Whew. Nice times Rob! Liking the MPH there!
5.7 Personal Best: Heads, Cam and Spray - 11.46 w 1.59 60'
6.1 Personal Best: Forged, Novi 1500 and Spray - 10.405 1.566 60' @ 129.69
7.4 Personal Best: Aluminum 449 - 10.736 ET , 1.589 60', 125.05 MPH
Good going Rob.
Sig ? I don't need no stinkin sig.
Veery nice times Rob.
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Congrats Bro!! What was the D/A ??? And your times corrected??
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nice runs there bro.
gremlinsteve, it does a body good!
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Thanks guys. The weather here yesterday was pretty nice. At the time of the run, just checking over at Weather Underground, it was 70 degrees with 36% humidity. Using the DA calculator, it looks like my 12.752 run was at 954 DA's, and the last run of the day, which was my highest trap speed was at 1233 DA.
The #'s I have posted are UNCORRECTED. I've always felt that posting corrected #'s gives way to too many variables that can cloud the picture. If someone wants to do the corrected #'s and post them, then go ahead. Took me long enough this AM to figure out the DA's .
Still happy as hell, and the cold weather isn't on us yet!
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Here is the timeslip from yesterday's 12.752 run. Don't pay attention to the weather info printed at the top. I think there thermometer was on a hiatus. 3 back to back runs had the weather data jumping from the 50's to 80's all within a 30 minute period. Anyhow, here it is...
Oh yeah, that was a 06 M5 in the lane next to me
Thats the site I used Al
And, TorRed, couldn't find your altimeter setting (pressure) info listed here, so I used standard day for a ballpark setting. Using 29.92 your corrected time was email@example.com.
Again, very nice job.
He was pretty close with his calculations being about right in the middle of both forecasts
So there are all the numbers do the math again
According to the Accuwheather the numbers were at 10 am DA 652... 12.66 @ 111.66 and the 1 PM run was DA 1065....12.63 @ 112.49
According to the Wheather Channel the 10 AM DA 1105....12.60 @ 112.22 and at 1 PM DA 1406....12.58 @ 112.90.
I was going to say earlier it would be nice if we could just use one calculation from one site and one weather forcast for everyone from across the country could post Corrected times but what was posted earlier just speculating on numbers would truly make that impossible.
If we were able to do something like that so everyone across the country could participate and be recognized we would need to be consistant in what we choose to be our calculations with one source.