I take things as they are written/said, your making assumptions and reading things that aren't there.
Look at my first post in this thread, I seperated the stock R/T time from the comment directed to you, this was to seperate the fact that the first part was not directed at you. Regardless you came off very defensive blowing everything out of proportion, AKA: making assumptions and reading things that aren't there.
Most 0-60 times in cars are 5-7 seconds .. and your telling me that it takes me 10 MPH roughly per second, so theoretically at 100MPH i would have a had 10 second car going to 100? There is to many factors that could hinder anyone's time and for me it's wheel hop; for other people it could be driving in general, road conditions, ect ect so i don't think you can put a specific time on your first 10MPH anyways.
Again here your not reading what is written. Here again is what I said,"Most cars will be about the same time in every 10mph segment up to around 60mph, give or take a couple tenths." Up to around 60mph, I said NOTHING about 100mph or anything above 60mph and I DID state that each 10mph segment will vary slightly, "give or take a couple tenths." You again continue to make assumptions. Even with slicks you couldn't get from a dead stop to 10mph in .3 seconds, try timing it sometime and you'll see.
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