Work on that launch and you should stroke in the 13's easily, like everyone said. Try tacking it up to around 4 grand(for starters), and when you initiate the launch, don't just dump the clutch, because if you do, you are going to get some serious power-loss of the start due to engine bog. So roll into it, don't get me wrong though, you don't want to ride the clutch, just get the engine up high enough to eliminate as much lag as possible(without revving detrimentally high whilst the clutch is engaged pending release). OK, once you get the launch down, you should pull a 1.8 to 1.9 sixty foot time easily, I have a stock 06 WRX TR and I consistently run 1.9 60's, I ran it last week and only had one sixty over 1.9, out of seven runs. After you get that launch down, if you do not have a short throw installed, try grabbing the shifter at the base, it will drastically reduce the throw travel, thereby making your shifts faster, and with the right left foot work, smoother. This was just a suggestion doctor, but i feel that if you can get those horses your making bridled properly, you can move down in the 13's, so go and give some mopar and ford muscle hell buddy.
Wow, it can turn well too?