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Old 09-25-2012, 12:14 PM   #15
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This from a build overdriven Maggie on the track:

"On the dyno after 3 runs there was zero loss from heat soak, say day 3 runs w/o the chiller and lost 25rwhp.

I also ran at the track last week and 1st pass 95* out was chiller off and going through the Maggie Heat Exchanger IATs started at 105* and ended at 160* run was 11.70 @ 118mph, next pass turned on chiller for 5 minutes and cooled it down still 95* out IATs started at 64* and ended at 115* and the run was 11.25 @ 124mph. So the chiller did its job and kept IATs down and the car pulled no timing and I was able to make my fastest pass yet in the middle of summer no less. 6 mph is a big jump and I lifted because it was a bracket race so should have been 126+mph."
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This from a build overdriven Maggie on the track:

"On the dyno after 3 runs there was zero loss from heat soak, say day 3 runs w/o the chiller and lost 25rwhp.

I also ran at the track last week and 1st pass 95* out was chiller off and going through the Maggie Heat Exchanger IATs started at 105* and ended at 160* run was 11.70 @ 118mph, next pass turned on chiller for 5 minutes and cooled it down still 95* out IATs started at 64* and ended at 115* and the run was 11.25 @ 124mph. So the chiller did its job and kept IATs down and the car pulled no timing and I was able to make my fastest pass yet in the middle of summer no less. 6 mph is a big jump and I lifted because it was a bracket race so should have been 126+mph."
Thanks for the comments Those are excellent improvements, for sure. Did you guys ever make it out to a road course or auto-X? These are a little less important for me, however, definately considerations

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I think there is confusion --- D3 Performance is in no way related to the company known as "D3" that makes Cadillac parts. These guys are pro fabricators for many vehicles, not just GM.

One more thing - This IS a bolt-on system, so whoever said otherwise is not being truthful. I know, its on my car, and yes, my car is a 2012 ZL1.
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I think there is confusion --- D3 Performance is in no way related to the company known as "D3" that makes Cadillac parts. These guys are pro fabricators for many vehicles, not just GM.

One more thing - This IS a bolt-on system, so whoever said otherwise is not being truthful. I know, its on my car, and yes, my car is a 2012 ZL1.
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Interesting... I didn't know that. I'm sorry if I confused anyone.
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Not trying to advertise or take anything away from forum sponsors but felt the need to get on here and clarify that we, D3 Performance Engineering, are in no way affiliated with D3 Cadillac. Unfortunately to add to the confusion our website is being completely redone and we are in between shop spaces so do not have a working "shop number" at this time. Thanks for the positive feedback. We do have multiple kits in use at this time on ZL1's and currently working to branch out to other supercharged GM platforms with it. Very happy the OP is happy
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Interesting... Keep up the good work!

Ted - is this who you're talking about?
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Not trying to advertise or take anything away from forum sponsors but felt the need to get on here and clarify that we, D3 Performance Engineering, are in no way affiliated with D3 Cadillac. Unfortunately to add to the confusion our website is being completely redone and we are in between shop spaces so do not have a working "shop number" at this time. Thanks for the positive feedback. We do have multiple kits in use at this time on ZL1's and currently working to branch out to other supercharged GM platforms with it. Very happy the OP is happy
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