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    Default Turbo xlr = lots of fun

    ITurbo xlr = lots of fun-a1a64362-672c-4a75-a0fd-38ff0dcdb975-jpg

    New engine combo mage it to the dyno

    427 lsx twin turbo
    14 lbs boost
    93 pump gas

    pretty happy with almost 800 rwhp

    I have maxed out my 2.5 exhaust. I will be changing to a 3 exhaust for the next dyno session Turbo xlr = lots of fun-99d24fb9-2556-4cfe-920e-68b04834a7f6-jpg

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    Cadillac XLR

    2006 Infrared XLR-V

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    Aside from the one I get to drive, your XLR is my favorite

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    thank, I have a thread on the build of this car on ls1tech. I have killed a lot vettes/ camaro's and hellcats with this car!

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