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      05-13-2010, 06:20 PM   #70
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Originally Posted by DLSJ5 View Post
It's irrelevant, it only matters when you are bracket racing. Thanks for the props Robert, I thought you did great on the Forum Wars event.
Reaction time is only irrelevant when your doing test and tune. When you race heads-up (meaning both cars leave the line at the same time) the reaction time is very important if both cars run about the same ET. You can have a slower ET and still win if you had a much quicker reaction time.
2012 Blue Pearl GT-R
1068whp & 906wtq on E85 / 60 - 130 MPH in 3.8 secs

2009 BMW M3 ESS Supercharged / Nitrous - 10.87 @ 131 MPH / 60 - 130 MPH in 6.23 secs