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Old 06-21-2009, 07:53 PM   #1
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Any slightly moded V6s run at the track yet?

Curious on track times with M6 and Cat-back + CAI + Tune

I am wondering with good conditions and a good driver if breaking 13's is possible.
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Old 11-21-2010, 09:35 AM   #2
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Curious on track times with M6 and Cat-back + CAI + Tune

I am wondering with good conditions and a good driver if breaking 13's is possible.
rtcat600man ran 13.7 yesterday with a CAI and axleback. No tune. Now if you mean breaking into the twelves? ....Uhm ..No!
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Old 11-21-2010, 09:52 AM   #3
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If you check the v6 1/4 mile fast list(at the top of the page) it has an area for modded cars. So far only 1-m6 on the list for with mods but without FI.
So far best of 13.88 out of the manual..
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Now that the weather is cooling down, the guys with basic bolt ons (CAI, exhaust, and maybe headers) are breaking into the 13s.
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Now that the weather is cooling down, the guys with basic bolt ons (CAI, exhaust, and maybe headers) are breaking into the 13s.
And doing it consistently too. I made 12 passes yesterday 10 of which were in the 13's.

7 of those 10 were into the 13.8's
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And doing it consistently too. I made 12 passes yesterday 10 of which were in the 13's.

7 of those 10 were into the 13.8's
Very nice runs man!!!
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