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2006 Cadillac XLR-V Supercharged Stock 0-139mph run on Heads Up Display Dash

Well, a few have asked for a request of a 0-1xx run, and this is what I got. I was spinning from the dig since I am not running the pirellis at the moment, but the launch is still decent. The car had plenty left to easily hit 160, but it is just to dangerous around here.... Not that 140 is, but you get the point. Thanks for viewing!


 


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