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Dragy 0-60 Model 3 AWD

Discussion in 'Model 3: Driving Dynamics' started by JTesmod3, Sep 23, 2018.

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  1. JTesmod3

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    20180923_081005-COLLAGE.jpg Got 2 runs in on my morning commute...put some technical information (battery charge, tire psi, temp.) if anyones interested
     
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    Thanks! Are those runs with roll out?
     
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    I don't think Dragy uses rollout for 0-60.
     
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    I dont know *hit about this stuff but im assuming you mean was I rolling then floored it...I was at a complete stop then floored it. Hope that helps
     
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    I think Dragy has a setting for roll out vs non roll out? It has nothing to do with driver. A 1 foot roll out is the car magazine standard for the past few years, so when you set it to use roll out the numbers you get can be better compared to Motortrend/ R&T numbers.
     
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    Dragy doesn’t have setting for that ..so his times are legit from standstill
     
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    Draggy uses rollout for 1/8 and 1/4 mile times, but it does not use it for 0-60 times... (so those are 4.2ish times by car magazine ior vbox measures)
     
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    Any chance you can scroll down to give us the 0-10, 0-20, 0-30, etc. times for each run?
     
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    Funny that the lowest time was the one with the higher uphill grade...
     
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    Yea i looked at that too, with the slower one i lifted my foot off a little bit, you can see it on the acceleration chart
     
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    This car continues to amaze me. It's faster than my STI ::facepalm::
     
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    Wha? The 2004 WRX STI was 0-60 in 4.6. They made it worse?
     
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    Slower every year.
     
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    The STI has always been around ~4.7 sec car. The weight goes up, the HP/TQ moves slightly, but the overall output is the same. The big changes are the track capabilities, and tech/safety bells and whistles. Still the best car you can buy for $40k (M3 isn't that cheap yet..haha).
     
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    2018 Subaru WRX STI Test | Review | Car and Driver

    5.3 seconds
     
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    Yea, they reference an older at 4.8, which had lighter 18s. The 2018+ has heavier 19s and 245 tires. The overall car is the same (besides the electronically controlled clutch-plates vs. electromagnetic, used to press on the mechanical planetary gear center differential).
     
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    I just sold a 2007 Camry V6 that could do it in 5.7 :)
     
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    Congrats. M3 Performance?
     

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