: Cadillac XLR-V Compilation Video by D3 Cadillac



Dr. Design
06-08-09, 04:28 PM
We put together a compilation video of some of the XLR-V's that we have done. Most everyone can agree that the XLR-V still ignites passion and can still be formidable in the marketplace given the right support.

Please enjoy, and let us know if there are any questions.

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Thank you,

Dr. Design
D3 Cadillac

mighty_quad4
06-08-09, 06:56 PM
why is it that no matter what video you guys seem to make, theres never any actual info? i see a couple of dyno runs. cool, what were the numbers? any of these owners actually take these cars to the track? have you guys ever taken a car to the track? do you guys give dyno sheets with completed projects? do you do a baseline so at least the customer can see where their money went?

the cars LOOK extremely nice. they SOUND extremely good. seriously, no sarcasm here. its just hard to take a company seriously when you show things like taht with nothign to back it up with.

PSRmark
06-08-09, 07:43 PM
why is it that no matter what video you guys seem to make, theres never any actual info? i see a couple of dyno runs. cool, what were the numbers? any of these owners actually take these cars to the track? have you guys ever taken a car to the track? do you guys give dyno sheets with completed projects? do you do a baseline so at least the customer can see where their money went?

the cars LOOK extremely nice. they SOUND extremely good. seriously, no sarcasm here. its just hard to take a company seriously when you show things like taht with nothign to back it up with.

Hello mighty,

We do supply customers with before and after results through dyno sheets. Some of our customers drag race, but its a very limited amount that do. We have taken our own shop cars to the track some time ago, but have since been overloaded with so much work here that we dont get time to go anymore. The track here is kinda far anyways...

For local customers I have offered to go to the track with them and give pointers and check the vehicle over while we are there...Robert B. on the xlr forums can attest to this.

We also held a dyno shootout during our customer appreciation day last june at Fontana's raceway...the track was a lot of fun for everyone.

For dyno numbers...I can tell you that one of those black XLR-V's made 500rwhp and 501rwtq. This car never went to the track, it's not our car to do that with...

http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh30/d3mark1/McElhoneXLRV_dyno.jpg

eyekandyboats.inc
06-11-09, 04:08 PM
wow! i want to have mine back ! i wish i could afford one! :(

D3_XLR-V
08-14-09, 11:05 PM
I worked with James at D3 for my Stage 2 2006 XLR-V. They did a pronominal job and I can vouch for everything D3Mark has stated. I'm stoked to see my car made the video. Its the one in the parking lot that is being revved and they do a 360* view of it.