Reaction time does NOT play into ET.
It will play into a win or loss though ;-)
From: Travis Bailey <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Saturday, April 24, 2004 1:49 PM
Subject: RE: DML: Shameless Self Promotion..
>Yes, I ran a best of 16.7 @ 80 with the stock computer (made 4 runs), and a
>best of 16.29 @ 83 with the MP computer. My reaction time was also more
>than a tenth slower on the 16.29 run, would that get added to the time
>difference (say I had cut the same .067 r/t instead of a .179, would that
>difference be subtracted from the total ET?). Anyway that is a solid 4
>tenths and 3 MPH. I think there was more in it, but it was really windy
>and my truck sets pretty high in front so I think after 1/2 way down it
>started to slow me down more. I checked the differences on one of those
>horsepower calculators on the internet (yeah, I know, no dyno, but I'm
>lol), that estimated roughly 25-26 HP, which seems to go along very well
>with others results..
>'92 Dak 5.2 4x4
>Lose those love handles! MSN Fitness shows you two moves to slim your
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