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    Recently on a private road I did a few run throughs to time 0-100 figures in my 380. Best time was 7 seconds flat, all ranged from 7 to 7.1 seconds. Mine is a series 3 SX with larger airbox intake and K&N filter mods performed.

    Anyone else timed their 0-100? If so, what were your results?

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    My un-official time is aroun 6.8-6.9. I got the galant intake, berklee muffler, lowered suspension with some decent tyres.

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    Yep, same times here with the same mods.About 6 tenths faster than stock from memory.
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    My un-official time is aroun 6.8-6.9. I got the galant intake, berklee muffler, lowered suspension with some decent tyres.

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    Yours auto or manual?
    Quote Originally Posted by Volshaneo View Post
    Recently on a private road I did a few run throughs to time 0-100 figures in my 380. Best time was 7 seconds flat, all ranged from 7 to 7.1 seconds. Mine is a series 3 SX with larger airbox intake and K&N filter mods performed.

    Anyone else timed their 0-100? If so, what were your results?

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    I'm sure I get the same out of my ancient TE (7 seconds) which is completely stock. But I will veryify this on the way home tonight

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    The official time for a VRX is 7.4 so i highly doubt you could achieve under 7 even with intake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky_Pinky View Post
    I'm sure I get the same out of my ancient TE (7 seconds) which is completely stock. But I will veryify this on the way home tonight
    Keep in mind, assuming your TE is manual, that it's about 250kgs lighter than a 380.

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    I think these close to 7 seconds and under runs are a bit optimistic. Surely a muffler and the 90mm intake cannot make that much of a difference?

    Anybody have a G-tec or whatever they are called to get some proper times?
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    The big difference will be tyres and suspension for 0-100 times.

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    Robbed I say! 10 sec consistently, although it was raining. So maybe 9 on a good day.

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