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0-100 in an SS?

Hunter SS

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What would average be for an auto SS in standard trim from 0 to 100? Had a guy ask me today, and i had no idea...... never timed it. I know it gets there fast....
 

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Reaper has taken his for a spin on the g-tech I think he may have gone near mid 5's at least lower than high 5's anyway, I think it was similar to what he was running in the VP, pretty quick for something straight out the showroom
 

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sounds about right...... after i posted this i had to duck into town, so i tried it by just using the old 1001 - 1002 - 1003 etc.... took just under 5 seconds counting that way. I'll get my son in the car with a stop watch one day and try it again. It's no big deal really..... goes plenty good enough. I was asked by a mate who has an XR8.... i think he was after bragging rights. His is the same year as mine, 2006.
 

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and then slip a charger under the bonnet and you'll be set.
 

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sounds about right...... after i posted this i had to duck into town, so i tried it by just using the old 1001 - 1002 - 1003 etc.... took just under 5 seconds counting that way. I'll get my son in the car with a stop watch one day and try it again. It's no big deal really..... goes plenty good enough. I was asked by a mate who has an XR8.... i think he was after bragging rights. His is the same year as mine, 2006.
The BA/F XR8's are alot slower especailly the autos. I race those all the time at the drags, they're slower then the VT-VY LS1's let alone a VE
 

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timed it at around 5.3 seconds
 
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