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2009-2015 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Powerful Morning! in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2015; 29 degrees of cold Ohio air for somewhere less than 700 supercharged horses under hood makes for a very smiling ...
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    Powerful Morning!

    29 degrees of cold Ohio air for somewhere less than 700 supercharged horses under hood makes for a very smiling commute! Man, what a Screaming Mimi! Lovin the V!

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    Re: Powerful Morning!

    Oh ya, that dense air makes the cars feel alot less sluggish.

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    Re: Powerful Morning!

    Yea, my V feels like a different car at 40 degrees or below. Pulls like a freight train!

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    Re: Powerful Morning!

    I'm down in Columbus for the weekend. Any good car washes around the OSU medical center?

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    Re: Powerful Morning!

    All of my cars are FI, and I notice a big difference in power in the cold.

    Although I'm much colder than any of you guys. Was -20 Celsius when I woke up this morning.

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    Re: Powerful Morning!

    Are those PS2s taking hold at 29 degrees?

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    Re: Powerful Morning!

    Nope! Not even close. Putting some running heat in them does help a little bit. Just forget lower gears!

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    Re: Powerful Morning!

    PS2 are absolute garbage under 80 degrees IMHO. I switched last year to Hankook V12 and they were very tollorable down to 25 degrees or so. Still not considered a winter tire though but 100 times better in light snow if you are suprised by some flakes.

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    Under 80? They're fine without any loss of traction until down to about 50...

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