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Was curious how accurate those timers are. Looks like you can get some crazy times doing a burnout. For the most part they seem to be pretty accurate if you get a clean run
1.6 seconds :lol:
 
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I thought the demon would destroy it in a roll race. C8 is impressive as hell. Have they done the regular hellcat against it yet?
And that's just a regular corvette. You know they're going to pump those HP numbers up for the Z06 and potential ZR1. I can only imagine what a z06 will do a Dodge Suburban XL
 
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Think it's time for Honda to offer a cheaper base NSX. Call it the NSX pure to compete with the C8 sales

Strip the NSX and remove the hybrid system in the base model. Keep it for the higher trim model.
This is a really good idea, but will never happen because the amount of money they invested in R&D...

But a NSX with a 400hp V6 with twin clutch auto or a 6spd manual... damn. Now would be a serious competitor for the C8
 
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Not trying to :lol:
I just found it crazy it’s doing 2.5 0-60 stock.
I know they’re fast just not THAT fast
Make up y’all mind
One min it’s the driver
Not the car
But the minute da hemi
Put up numbers y’all start tryna discredit it
Like y’all don’t want da hemi to be great
 
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Make up y’all mind
One min it’s the driver
Not the car
But the minute da hemi
Put up numbers y’all start tryna discredit it
Like y’all don’t want da hemi to be great
Hell I WISH those numbers were legit. But even the numbers dodge advertises are difficult to achieve with a sticky tire on a prepped track. So you got to 100 in 3.5 on the street? If true that’s amazing and definitely the fastest hellcat out there
 
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I JUST said I haven’t did a 1/4th mile yet
And those are just normal driving times for the 1/8 and 1/4th
Reading comprehension is a VERY
Valuable tool
So da hemi measures every 1/4 and 1/8th mile under normal everyday driving even when you’re not trying and when you don’t start some kind of timer. Got it. Sounds hella useful.
So when you went 0-100mph in 3.5 seconds you didn’t cover an 1/8th mile? Or did you not have it set to measure the 1/8th mile in the program that automatically measures at all times even when you’re not trying?
 
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