Hi jshaps, is this true?????jshaps said:my car wont let me go faster then 115 whats wrong
harrysxlr said:Yes, that`s funny but here in my town it would take the dealer about 10 minutes to find out how fast his XLR runs. We got here about 5 miles to hit the autobahn and 115 is nothing for an XLR.
I love most all in the USA beside the limited speeds on some of this wonderfull highways. The most of you are in Ca. but in Fl. Naples to Miami you can let your cars run. I observed there an avg. speed of many drivers between 90 - 110 mph and I´ve had a CTS V there up to 169 mph.
I hate speed limits :reddevil
hummmm good question! are you sure it's not?Eyedoc said:Why isn't the CTS-V governored?
Hi 1 XLR,1_XLR said:hummmm good question! are you sure it's not?
both cars stock have W rated tires (168mph max), I don't think GM would allow the car to go faster than the tire is rated.
I'm sure the CTS-V could exceed 168 and we know the XLR would if not governored.
Harry...what tires are on your XLR???
...and the CTS-V you drove here, did it top out at 168-169MPH??