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Old 08-08-2009, 04:23 PM   #1
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Exclamation V6 > 0-60 mph TIMES, what have others got ?



What 0-60mph times have you got with your 2010 V6 CAMARO ?

These are the times I got.
On level ground with 3/8 tank of gas , The Starts were from idle, in SPOPT mode & W/traction control ON............Which gave a Great start: not too much wheel spin.
5 runs: 5.70, 5.72, 5.76, 5.85 & 6.01 secs. (Last run was w/2 persons)

I used a MATRIX 3-axis accellerometer to get the results.

Does anybody know what HP Factor to use for the V6 to get Peak and avg. Horsepower readings ?
I tried 1.00 & 1.25 but they are to low.

Any input ?
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Old 08-08-2009, 04:46 PM   #2
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wow...those sound like very good times for the 0-60...all i've seen on the videos have the M6 around 5.9 and the A6 at 6.0 - 6.1...I ordered the 1LT w/ RS in automatic also those times make me not feel so bad about getting the auto...however I live near downtown houston and traffic is horrible....what was the elevation/temperature when u made these runs?
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wow...those sound like very good times for the 0-60...all i've seen on the videos have the M6 around 5.9 and the A6 at 6.0 - 6.1...I ordered the 1LT w/ RS in automatic also those times make me not feel so bad about getting the auto...however I live near downtown houston and traffic is horrible....what was the elevation/temperature when u made these runs?
Elevation : app.300'
Temp. app. 70-75

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I've pulled 6.0... elevation in the 650 ft range... 75 to 80 degrees...





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Old 08-11-2009, 10:42 AM   #5
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haha ive ran a 5.7 on this dyno i have on my ipod. either my run was a good time or my ipod is accurate
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Old 08-11-2009, 11:46 AM   #6
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If you are using Dynolicious, the times on that are good as long as the information you put in was good.

Good comparison of Dyno vs GTech on Garage 419. Done at a drag strip to compare the iPhone times to real times.
http://www.vodcars.com/garage419/episode/419_20080807
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[QUOTE=97one;776242]

What 0-60mph times have you got with your 2010 V6 CAMARO ?

These are the times I got.
On level ground with 3/8 tank of gas , The Starts were from idle, in SPOPT mode & W/traction control ON............Which gave a Great start: not too much wheel spin....Temp was 75 & Humidity was 50%
5 runs: 5.70, 5.72, 5.76, 5.85 & 6.01 secs. (Last run was w/2 persons)
I used a MATRIX 3-axis accellerometer to get the results.

-----------------------10/01/09 New runs with COOLER weather.......................................

The same place and method as above runs. Only difference was 1/4 tank of gas.
And COOLER temp. of 53 & humidity of 59% ......elevation: app.350 ft.

0-60MPH 2 runs: 5.50 & 5.42 secs.

COOLER temps. do make for quicker runs....


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Old 10-01-2009, 12:03 PM   #8
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What 0-60mph times have you got with your 2010 V6 CAMARO ?

These are the times I got.
On level ground with 3/8 tank of gas , The Starts were from idle, in SPOPT mode & W/traction control ON............Which gave a Great start: not too much wheel spin....Temp was 75 & Humidity was 50%
5 runs: 5.70, 5.72, 5.76, 5.85 & 6.01 secs. (Last run was w/2 persons)
I used a MATRIX 3-axis accellerometer to get the results.

-----------------------10/01/09 New runs with COOLER weather.......................................

The same place and method as above runs. Only difference was 1/4 tank of gas.
And COOLER temp. of 53 & humidity of 59% ....elevation: app.350 ft.

0-60MPH 2 runs: 5.50 & 5.42 secs.

COOLER temps. do make for quicker runs....

WOOOOW, it looks like i wont need a 1SS to get the performance balance that i want.
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Old 10-01-2009, 12:22 PM   #9
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scrming....what about the 5.63 (or close to that) that you ran on a cool morning?? Don't forget that! lol

Have you been able to try and reproduce that run?
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scrming....what about the 5.63 (or close to that) that you ran on a cool morning?? Don't forget that! lol

Have you been able to try and reproduce that run?
By golly you are right... forgot about this thread....




Most likely will not try to better it... Will probably stick to comparing time slips... LOL
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0-60 in 10 minutes......seriously what if was feeling like a month ago....shes gotten better but ill see tommorow if my car just feels slow, or is actually slow
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I've done 5.78, 5.83 and 5.91 with my M6. Is the A6 really faster?
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I've done 5.78, 5.83 and 5.91 with my M6. Is the A6 really faster?
How are you measuring? What were the weather conditions?
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Old 10-02-2009, 10:15 AM   #14
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Manual shifting puts the onus on the driver, doesn't it? So it would be much less consistent. Auto trans shifting should be much more consistent since it will shift at specific RPMs.
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How about power shifting? I'll try some 0-60s on the weekend.

It's around 40F and we're under 100 feet elevation.
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I had a 0-60 run at 3.4 seconds. I was sloppy that day
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How are you measuring? What were the weather conditions?

I was using a HP TravelCompanion on my Pocket PC. It was at about 100' elevation, and 58 degrees (early morning).

I hope to be able to find the time to go to an 1/8 mile track next week to get some more reliable numbers.

I also just finished my intake!!!

I'll hopefully get pics up tomorrow!
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I used the matrix 3 axis unit. I did 3 runs. Average time was 6.5 sec
I have a v6 rs,auto, ran in manual mode. stock engine. Conditions were, 80 deg. humidity 20%, elevation 2600ft.
I just ordered an airaid intake, x pipe, 2 mufflers and tips. When I get my items I will do another base line and then do a timed run on the cai and then the exhaust to see if there is any difference and post my findings.
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Old 10-02-2009, 11:27 PM   #20
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Regarding the sensors for the stock air box. I can relate to your hot air findings. I did a couple runs this evening. First run, 72* out, (engine barely warmed up) I ran a 6.4 sec and the next two were around 6.7 and the intake tube by the sensors was very hot.
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I was using a HP TravelCompanion on my Pocket PC. It was at about 100' elevation, and 58 degrees (early morning).

I hope to be able to find the time to go to an 1/8 mile track next week to get some more reliable numbers.

I also just finished my intake!!!

I'll hopefully get pics up tomorrow!
WOW! 100' and 58 degrees... that's some GOOD AIR!!! I'm at about 850'. We do have one track that is open until the end of November... I meet up with some friends their the 1st Saturday of November... Usually some fantastic air and always one or two personal bests!

Looking forward to seeing your intake!
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Scrming.
Regarding the sensors for the stock air box. I can relate to your hot air findings. I did a couple runs this evening. First run, 72* out, (engine barely warmed up) I ran a 6.4 sec and the next two were around 6.7 and the intake tube by the sensors was very hot.
yep, the difference is amazing...
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Ok... incredibly clear morning (high pressure - 30.3 inches) so I decided to make another 0-60 test... this one is closer to 60 MPH.. previous one was 60.9...

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OK today is great weather to make some 0-60mph runs, these are the results:

Temp. 54-55 degs. = VERY GOOD
Humidity 53-55 %
Barometric pres. 30.19 = VERY GOOD
Elevation app. 350 ft.
Did four 0-60mph runs today: 5.31, 5.18, 5.17 & 5.13 = my best ever.
This was with my new MRT axle back exhaust.

My prior four 0-60 runs were : 5.30, 5.29, 5.26 & 5.23 But with those runs the Bar. pres. was 30.02, tem. & hum. about the same so, how much the exhaust did can't say 100% but maybe as much as .10 sec.(which is the diff. on the best 2 runs)
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OK today is great weather to make some 0-60mph runs, these are the results:

Temp. 54-55 degs. = VERY GOOD
Humidity 53-55 %
Barometric pres. 30.19 = VERY GOOD
Elevation app. 350 ft.
Did four 0-60mph runs today: 5.31, 5.18, 5.17 & 5.13 = my best ever.
This was with my new MRT axle back exhaust.

My prior four 0-60 runs were : 5.30, 5.29, 5.26 & 5.23 But with those runs the Bar. pres. was 30.02, tem. & hum. about the same so, how much the exhaust did can't say 100% but maybe as much as .10 sec.(which is the diff. on the best 2 runs)


PS>>>>>>>>>>>>>>sorry I don't know how to make the photos SMALLER?......Need answer please.......
Very cool!!!

This morning the air was amazing... Barometric was 30.3 inches! I tried just a fairly hard take off with the traction control off and just spun the tire wildly! LOL!
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