Todays date is 8/28/2014


0 to 60 MPH




Understand this is not 100% accurate. It is preferred that you put your 1/8th mile time and mph in the blanks for the following reasons: So 1/8 mile time and speed will give you a more accurate reading. Also this formula does not take into account horsepower curve. This is assuming horsepower is constant because for turbo cars at WOT @ 3500 - 4000 rpms are at full boost, therefore at full horsepower. Again, give or take a couple of tenths on your 0 to 60 mph time because of the above conditions. This will give you a good idea of what your time is though.
1/8th Mile Time: in seconds
1/8th Mile Speed: in MPH


Your 0 to 60 time is: 0
Just to give you an idea of what other perfomance cars run 0 to 60 in, here are some stats:

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