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Old 08-26-2019, 07:04 PM   #113
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Clocked time with NLS.

My question is, when performing test that GM uses to advertise performance times is the NLS feature used? For example I was trying my best 0-60 and without using NLS I was rarely able to go below a 5.0 sec. but when I used the NLS feature I was able to get a 0-60 of 3.9sec on my stock 2016 2SS.
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Old 11-25-2019, 10:43 AM   #114
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When you disable vehicle dynamic control or all driving aids with the center console button. Dose this also disable NLS?
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Old 11-25-2019, 10:49 AM   #115
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My question is, when performing test that GM uses to advertise performance times is the NLS feature used? For example I was trying my best 0-60 and without using NLS I was rarely able to go below a 5.0 sec. but when I used the NLS feature I was able to get a 0-60 of 3.9sec on my stock 2016 2SS.
They were definitely using it. It's the fastest way.



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When you disable vehicle dynamic control or all driving aids with the center console button. Dose this also disable NLS?
No it does not.

But I will say, if you ever so slightly lift off the gas it will disable and you'll miss a gear.
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Old 02-24-2020, 01:20 PM   #116
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My question is, when performing test that GM uses to advertise performance times is the NLS feature used? For example I was trying my best 0-60 and without using NLS I was rarely able to go below a 5.0 sec. but when I used the NLS feature I was able to get a 0-60 of 3.9sec on my stock 2016 2SS.
That's quite a big spread, I might vary a tenth or two between using nls or not.
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Old 02-24-2020, 02:40 PM   #117
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Thanks everyone for the replies. Question for 2.0 turbo drivers, now that I have changed oil I am getting on it a little more and tried this NLS so my question is when I do it very smooth sifts no power loss but turbo seems to make a fart noise like an exhaust brake on a truck,is this normal for 2.0 drivers? Sorry so many questions new to NLS and turbos learning as I go.
The v8 ss makes the fart sound too, usually easy to tell when people nls because of that sound. Its normal imo, probably has to do with the manifold pressure being maintained but it cutting spark.
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