Not bad for Mclaren in March 2021

Vandal

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I watched some 1320 and videos of underground racing huracans yesterday. They're not slow.
 

zxfan

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Forget about the mile-high elevation. Look at the density altitude, the number of that really matters. 13586 ft, that is incredibly horrible air for making power.

In South Florida we complain when it gets to be around 2500 or 3000 feet.

To run 11.20's in that the DA is an amazing feat for a street car.
Is this from your McLaren BIggerDanno?
 

BIggerDanno

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Forget about the mile-high elevation. Look at the density altitude, the number of that really matters. 13586 ft, that is incredibly horrible air for making power.

In South Florida we complain when it gets to be around 2500 or 3000 feet.

To run 11.20's in that the DA is an amazing feat for a street car.
Is this from your McLaren BIggerDanno?
Yes, it is. That is running snow tires (awful spin in 1-3) at 78% throttle (no ankle flex with prosthetic, so can't get full throttle) on the street.
 
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zxfan

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I have too much fun in my CTSV.
Can't imagine the fun I would have in your car.
 

BIggerDanno

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It is a ton of fun! Wicked fucking fast. The acceleration is relentless, I've never experienced anything like it. It pulls harder in each successive gear. When it upshifts it snaps my neck.
 
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