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Here is a vid I found of Larsons new Caddy, First test hit.
I heard they stopped by the track on there way to a No prep kings event
to Make a pass......Wish I would have went to the track now last friday!
 

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What a badass car :supz:
 

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I got to see it up close last weekend. Super detailed build, with all of the factory Caddy lights, grills, and splitter still in place. The paint is some of the flattest and straightest I've seen.

He was pretty cool, he didn't even have it roped off. There was a lot of people around it.
 

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You know it will be a tough car to beat .
 

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Isn't the factory steel panels a significant disadvantage vs glass and/or carbon?................... I'm guessing 250-400 lbs more for said steel vs carbon?
I can see there may be minimum weights but in the least that allows exact placement of weights.

Because aftermarket carbon fiber or fiberglass panels do not exist at present for the ATS-V, the factory pieces were used from nose to tail — only a carbon fiber hood and the plastic OEM front and rear bumpers make any departure from the factory steel. And Larson insists he’s just fine with that.

You can sure tell the Pro Teams:
Anyone else notice the guy getting down on his knees and checking IF The LUG NUTS WERE TIGHT?
 

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Isn't the factory steel panels a significant disadvantage vs glass and/or carbon?................... I'm guessing 250-400 lbs more for said steel vs carbon?
I can see there may be minimum weights but in the least that allows exact placement of weights.

Because aftermarket carbon fiber or fiberglass panels do not exist at present for the ATS-V, the factory pieces were used from nose to tail — only a carbon fiber hood and the plastic OEM front and rear bumpers make any departure from the factory steel. And Larson insists he’s just fine with that.

You can sure tell the Pro Teams:
Anyone else notice the guy getting down on his knees and checking IF The LUG NUTS WERE TIGHT?
He wasn't checking the lug nuts.
 

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B.M.F. !!!
 

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Isn't the factory steel panels a significant disadvantage vs glass and/or carbon?................... I'm guessing 250-400 lbs more for said steel vs carbon?
I can see there may be minimum weights but in the least that allows exact placement of weights.

Because aftermarket carbon fiber or fiberglass panels do not exist at present for the ATS-V, the factory pieces were used from nose to tail — only a carbon fiber hood and the plastic OEM front and rear bumpers make any departure from the factory steel. And Larson insists he’s just fine with that.

You can sure tell the Pro Teams:
Anyone else notice the guy getting down on his knees and checking IF The LUG NUTS WERE TIGHT?
You really are the most clueless paid poster ive seen on here......... stick to cut n paste on your usual mindless topics
 

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That's bad ass.

It's still missing the 12 inch pecker extender on the front.

Not much front end overhang there
 
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