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Old 05-15-2012, 11:07 AM   #1
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2000 v6 0-60

I just wanted to know what the 0-60 of a 2000 v6 automatic was all over the internet there are so many different times people say I have even see 11 sec what do you guys think
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Re: 2000 v6 0-60

they will run about 16.0-16.5 in the quarter mile stock, the 0-60 is probably around 8 seconds~ maybe mid to high 7's if I remember right.
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Slow the auto is heavy and slow shifting
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Manuals are supposed to be 7.9s, so probably like 8.8-8.9s... I kill autos off the line.
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I ran mine around 7.3-7.5 without my CAI an tuner. So who knows now. Auto's are much slower.
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Autos may be slow but they are very consistent!.. And with a proper tune they are better for the strip than a manual!.. Off the line I kill sticks every time!..
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Re: 2000 v6 0-60

Yah honestly I wouldn't even bother trying lol...you're looking at mid 7's to high 8's 0-60 not pretty lol.

The only positive thing I can think of regarding the 99-04 0-60 time is that it's faster than the 145-150hp 94-98 3.8's.
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