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Well, after I changed the oil (dumped the break-in oil), I went to the track tonight. Temps were around 80, humidity 80%...

I ran a consistent 14.8 @ 93 mph, slips are in the car right now, but the 60 ft time was at least 2.3.

My hot lap time was actually the fastest time of the night. I let it cool down 30 minutes in between each run. The second run was about 1/2 mph faster, but actually a few hundreths slower.

Each run was in 3rd gear, with TC and Stab off.

These correct to 14.35 @ 95.8 for DA 2600.

Is this pretty standard for 07' AWD SS.
 

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2006 TBSS (LT Based)
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Get yourself a tune and a CAI and you'll see that time drop
 

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Take off your engine cover, too.
 

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Is this pretty standard for 07' AWD SS.
Yup. AIT goes up... timing is pulled... = slower times. You're not alone. That's why we love running them in the cold months. You'll see better times then.
 

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I did cool it with the hood open and I did take the engin cover off. The only thing I didn't do was ice down the intake. I guess I am reasonably satisfied for this time of year. I just wanted to get a baseline before I started the mods. I love it so far, its my favorite vehicle I've had to date...it just has so many abilities, haul, tow, handle, straight line, looks, it has it all!
 
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