Picked Up My 2018 SHO

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  1. zuk1200

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    :) Had too drive down to Brookhaven MS to pick her up. But I was all smiles driving back home.
     

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    Nice, enjoy it!
     
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    Enjoy it, the sickness will start creeping in lol.
     
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    Black beauty! Congratulations

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    Welcome, and enjoy!
     
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    now get a 3 bar map and a tune on that thing and have some fun!!
     
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    Congrats on the SHO! I got my 2018 SHO in January, absolute black with everything (except PP) as I drive alot of highway miles and wanted comfort over acceleration.(LOL)
     
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    The non-PP is quicker believe it or not. It will shift one fewer times than a PP on the way to 60MPH due to differences in gearing on the PP. So don't be afraid of taking on a PP at a stop light. :)
     
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    good to know! I've already de-badged it and will add steel PI wheels soon for winter driving and am adding (2) 70w 6" round pencil beam LED lights and a 20" 160w LED bar light inside the grill. ( I like to see at night)
     
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    Really I thought the opposite. Thought the non PP would have more top end speed.
     
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    Is it just me or is there no way to delete a thread
     
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    The gearing is shorter in the rear end so it needs a 3rd shift before hitting 60 which takes a couple 10ths or so off the 0-60 time or maybe it's the 1/4 mile time. I would expect the non-PP to have a higher top speed as well as given taller rear end gearing.
     
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    I can delete a thread. It may be enabled after a certain # of posts.
     
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