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Old 12-09-2006
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1/4 mile, 0-60

just wondering if anyone knew the 1/4 mile time for a stock 3.0L or the 0-60 time?

if your ranger's not stock, i'd still like to know the time and what you've got on it
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ran it down the 1/4 once, 31in tires 3.73gears, at that point it only had the K&N cone filter on it, ran [email protected] i think 72mph, don't know about 0-60
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Really slow, it's a truck mang.
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i beat 0-60 is close to 10-12 seconds
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With the right configuration [2WD, reg. cab, ect.], low 17's.
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with a couple more power mods i think i might be able to get mine to the mid to high 17s, it might be able to do that now if i put the stock tires back on it, but i can't stand the way they look and they handle terrible
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ya....i've never heard of anyone getting under 17 on the 1/4 mile, just curious
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I got 4.5 on the quarter


Then i woke up
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I ran against my friend's new '07 focus 2.0L/manual and somewhat barely beat it (sad but true), as well as a few 4.7L ram's, on the highway I barely made it in front of an '03ish Camry V6 going 106 mph (thanks to the Xcal2 for that one :) ) After all the little bolt on mods my truck is somewhat peppy but still slow.. lol..
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i beat the jetta next to me to the 60 foot line, im gonna go again in the summer when i get a couple more power mods, anyone with 4:10 gears would prob do a lot better, also, they are like lighting in 4 wheel low but they top out at like 70
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I once beat a prelude off the line, but 2 seconds later I was in the dust. lol. but I beat him at the 5 feet mark. haha
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Well i have the 3.0 with jba headers flowmaster exhaust and all 3 underdog pullies on it with 31's and 4.10 open and I ran a 17.35
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there ya go, 4.10s
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i ran 11's in my lt1 :D far as truck.. its not worth the time to even TRY and race it lol.. unless your looking for a good laugh.. im building a torino for the track time.. as well as a 82 notchback drag car.. 427 baby
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16.2's single cab manual with traction bars and intake

16.9's underdog pullies in a single cab automatic

high 17's extended cab automatic

all are 3.0
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with a couple more power mods i think i might be able to get mine to the mid to high 17s, it might be able to do that now if i put the stock tires back on it, but i can't stand the way they look and they handle terrible
I agree with you 100% on that one buddy.
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Well, I need to try this out, cause I have a single cab, short bed, 4.10 L/S, with 31s(measure 29in @ 30psi) no engine mods at all... BUT, there aren't any 1/4 mile tracks around here, just 1/8 mile. At least I can see what the 0-60 time is... need to clean all the junk out...lol.
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17.1 in the quarter....underdog pulley, magnaflow exhaust, k&n air filter, electric fan(it was hot and humid)
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thats another thing i forgot to mention, my run was at a cruise night, i had probably 200lbs of extra stuff in the truck and took the free run they offered just for fun, i didn't even try to prep for it
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an 11's in my lt1 :D as truck.. its not worth the time to even TRY and race it lol.. unless your looking for a good laugh.. im building a torino for the track time.. as well as a 82 notchback drag car.. 427 baby
No offense but when?
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faster then my 2.3
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in your guys' opinion what would it take to get a 06 3.0 auto reg cab into the mid 15's

it will be on slicks and skinnys so lightweight wheels/tires. what else do i need? id say im a good driver when it comes to racing, ive got about 8-9 years under my belt on the 1320'
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in your guys' opinion what would it take to get a 06 3.0 auto reg cab into the mid 15's

it will be on slicks and skinnys so lightweight wheels/tires. what else do i need? id say im a good driver when it comes to racing, ive got about 8-9 years under my belt on the 1320'
uh....a V8
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I had no idea people were interested in 1/4 mile times in rangers lol. I just got one but i think im going to keep it off the road ive got a mustang for track use.
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