FWIW the folks with the 1999 Cobra's won theirs based on Ford overating by 15hp at the crank.Originally Posted by T_Dogg8
Unless there are more dynos out the averages I've seen for the CTS-V is in the 320 range, I've only seen one over 330 (336 I think?).
Again I think it's premature to take legal action, the group should start by opening a constructive dialogue with Cadillac, and if that fails then look for other methods. Thats just my advice though.
Keep in mind though bean counters at the big three rule and if there is a fault or failure, they're more likely to quietly fix it on next years models than retro-fix cars already sold. That's standard operating procedure for a car company. Heck it's hard enough to get a car company to do a safety recall, and only then will they do it if the cost of the recall is less than the cost of the law suits from the burned up victoms. (Remember the Pinto)