This is my Aurora doing 0-60 in different transmission modes. I'm not
running premium fuel and my engine temp isn't full yet, so it's not as fast
as it should be, but fear not, another video is on it's way! In the
daylight with cameras outside too!
Seems like a lot of people have no idea what a car is for, especially this
one. I just filmed this for fun to see how I could do. This isn't
something that I'm sayin seriously...
A lot of people say this is slow, and I do agree. But this by the way is
pretty much a Cadillac. It has a Caddy engine, Caddy interior, Caddy
driveline, and Caddy precision. This car is one of the most refined and
beautiful Automobiles of the nineties and one of the best car GM EVER MADE!
This car isn't all about speed, although it keeps going towards 140! This
car has the most beautifully crafted interior and it has everything pointed
to the driver, without giving him information overload. For a car like
this, it is pretty darned quick!
The Dustless Blasting Difference
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Blasting equipment overcomes the challenges of traditional dry abrasive
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Oldsmobile Aurora LED Rear Deck(Tails + Finish Panel + Sequential Turn Signal)
Short video of Oldsmobile Aurora LED Rear Deck(Tails + Finish Panel +
Sequential Turn Signal). Project 95% finished(nothing is ever DONE haha)
still need to perfect adjustable turn signal flasher and sequence flash
rate. The flash rate/sequencing is slowed here as the camera distorts
By default the turn signals are OEM like(solid) and at my discretion can
switch to sequential turn signals. This is easily done by simply selecting
Sequential Turn Signals via CarPC relay.
Oldsmobile Aurora - Straight Pipes
www.auroraclubna.com Here is my 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora with a muffler
delete, straight pipes from the y back. I know you aren't supposed to rev
your engine cold so I kept it to a minimum haha, but it was cold out and
the engine was just a little below operating temperature, hence the
smoke/steam or whatever