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Old 02-12-2012, 09:57 PM
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I've accidently hit 120+ in my SS several times as its very easy to do, and since the frame sits closer to the ground than most lowered cars, it doesnt handle anything like an SUV. $3k in suspension mods tend to do that

But the 03 I don't see a need for anything over 80.
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Limiter

GM spends millions of dollars testing their vehicles to make them reliable, optimal and safe! Why would you need a tune, mod or aftermarket product? What you gain in one thing you will lose in another! If you want to ruin your car get a tune, raise the limiter, put bigger tires on, etc...
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