I'm wanting to get the time it would take a vehicle to travel a 1/4 mile coming out of a corner in the ideal world. By ideal I mean that I'm assuming there is no energy loss to friction, wheel slippage, drag, or heat. I want to avoid using gear ratios, and since it is an ideal world I'm assuming that top speed is not an issue, and wheel power is the same as engine power. This is the information I know. Peak Power: 140 HP Power Peak RPM: 6400 RPM Peak Torque: 130 pound-foot Torque Peak RPM: 3800 RPM Average Engine Power: 137.8 HP Average Engine Torque: 115.8 pound-foot Average Engine RPM's: 6250 RPM Weight: 2161 lbs. Drive: RWD Weight percentage carried on rear axel: 46% Full wheel diameter: 22.7 inches Exit Speed (wheels straight): 44 MPH Is it possible to find the maximum ideal time this quarter mile would be run in without calculating out the power curves on each gear?