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Old 07-22-2021, 05:33 PM   #29
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Itís been a while, but I finally got the car tuned with the rotofab and E85! Gained about 34 horsepower on E55 (Baseline numbers were down a little because of bad gas according to my tuner) but overall Iím happy with how it feels and you canít beat 2.64 per gallon vs 3.90 for premium. Also after some long consideration I finally decided to go to the square wheel and tire setup with anthracite Apex EC7ís in 19x10.5 et22 with 305/30/19 Kumho PS91ís (cheap daily driver tires). So far I love how they feel but I really had to grind the strut even with a 5mm spacer and Silverado studs to get enough clearance with the track alignment.

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Pic of the wheels:
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Well, that graph looks very familiar. Grifftuned, LLC?

If so, he did my 2017 SS just a few weeks ago on 93 and then E85(E67 actual).

Nice car!
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Old 07-22-2021, 08:34 PM   #30
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Great eye!! Did you have similar numbers? He thought mine seemed a little low but we also think it may have been bad gas so Iím just curious. Either way he did a great job and Iím very happy with the car.
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Old 07-23-2021, 03:32 PM   #31
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Hey R1LEY! Nice car. Question for you. I too have 45k miles on my car. Iíve been itching to do my first track day but Iím a bit nervous too because I feel like my miles are higher than other people who track their LT1 powered cars. Have you tracked your car recently I.E with > 40k miles on it? Iíd feel more comfortable doing it if I found someone else thatís tracked their car with the mileage mine is at. I did extend my warranty but not sure if gmís track warranty carries over to their extended warranty.
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Old 07-23-2021, 08:14 PM   #32
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Yeah I actually took it to the track back in the beginning of may of this year and the car still felt great! It was a cold wet day but still a lot of fun! Side note, powerstop track day pads produce a lot of dust which you can see if you look close enough(all the “dirt” on the side of the car)
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Size:  182.3 KBI’ve only tracked the car 3 times and I'm still on the original rotors with almost 52k miles and 3 track days. Knock on wood, but the car drives and handles exactly the same as the day I got it and I plan on tracking it more next year too. I would have no problem taking it at 45k miles as long as you inspect everything and keep up with fluid changes.
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Yeah I actually took it to the track back in the beginning of may of this year and the car still felt great! It was a cold wet day but still a lot of fun! Side note, powerstop track day pads produce a lot of dust which you can see if you look close enough(all the ďdirtĒ on the side of the car)
Attachment 1075016Attachment 1075017Iíve only tracked the car 3 times and I'm still on the original rotors with almost 52k miles and 3 track days. Knock on wood, but the car drives and handles exactly the same as the day I got it and I plan on tracking it more next year too. I would have no problem taking it at 45k miles as long as you inspect everything and keep up with fluid changes.
Thanks for letting me know. Yep Iíve recently done every fluid change (trans, diff, coolant) except for brakes because Iím going to switch to dot4 a few weeks before my first track day. Will of course do the switch to 0w/5w-40 as well.
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