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Race- Cadillac XLR-V gets smoked by 2007 Jeep SRT-8 .. 15-70ish

I drove down from Richmond, VA to Florida and met up with my buddy with the jeep. We had to do a quick race.So here is is: 2007 Jeep SRT-8 smokes 2006 Cadillac XLR-V. Yea the jeep is modded, caddy is stock, but still!! We both honked the 1st honk, as he was getting anxious, but I honked the 3.. I want to get some more races between these 2 cars! this is a 15 to roughly 60/70mph. As you hear, my buddy got a bit excited of the sound of HB's jeep!


 


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