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Calculators for 1/4-Mile ET & MPH vs. HP and Weight. by Jeff Lucius. Historical
Perspective In the 1950s, the late Roger Huntington (please see ...

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This calculator estimates your 60 foot, eighth and quarter mile elapsed times and
trap speed when given the weight of the car and flywheel or wheel horsepower.

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This calculator estimates your quarter mile elapsed time (ET) when given the
weight of the car and flywheel or wheel horsepower. A 17% driveline loss is ...

www.wallaceracing.com/et-hp-mph.php

Calculators to find 1/4 mile ET and MPH. ... Back Home Wallace Racing Back to
Auto Calculators BACK to Calculators. These equations are for recreation only.

www.autosnout.com/Car-Quarter-Mile-Calculator.php

Our quarter mile and 0-60 mph time and speed calculator has used real-life
figures from 100s of officially published car statistics to test a complex formula.

www.had2know.com/automotive/quarter-mile-drag-racing-calculator.html

How to calculate the mph and elapsed time for quarter mile drag racing based on
... If you have a car that is adapted for racing, these formulas may return a MPH ...

measurespeed.com/quarter-mile-calculator

To determine your 1/4 mile time, input an estimated weight, including the driver's
weight, and horsepower at the wheels for a calculated quarter mile time and ...

www.easycalculation.com/other/quarter-mile-calculator.php

Calculator; Formula; Download ... Determine the approximate quarter (1/4 ) mile
time and trap speed of your vehicle based on the horsepower and weight.

www.ajdesigner.com/fl_horsepower_elapsed_time/horsepower_elapsed_time.php

Calculator for estimating engine horsepower using the elapsed time method or
quarter mile drag race time. Includes a plot or ... Drag Race - Quarter Mile Run ...
Note: The ET equation or formula for the calculation uses standard or US units.

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Simply select the driven wheels for your car, enter either the kerb weight (KG) or
flywheel horsepower (BHP). You must then enter a target time or speed e.g. 1/4 ...