Coupled with the fact SIDI is very resistant to detonation - that's where the gains come from.
The twin turbo bit - the answer's not no, just not now.
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- T56 six-speed manual
- GTO PBR 320mm brakes/DBA 4000 vented discs
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"What about that "best all-around subcompact car" business? Yeah, we're gonna say it: The Chevy Sonic – manual or auto – is just that. You heard it, Fiesta fanatics"
Anyone know if they fixed the timing chain issues on the DI motors? The non-DI 3.6 eats timing chains for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Its one major problem from being a great engine. Hopefully they got that issue fixed on the DI 3.6 and 3.0.
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The current 3.6 was developed for the CTS, and is expensive to produce. I'll bet this one is cheaper to make...otherwise, what's the point?
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The Camaro Mustang battle will be mainly with the V-6 engines it seems, though a 340BHP 3.6L engine in the 2012 Camaro would be sweet. You can either get the best fuel economy or be the fastest but right now the V-6 Mustang is both.
Last edited by 63GrandSport001; 01-03-2011 at 08:31 PM.
If the SRX is dropping the turbo engine then they need something to replace it. Ideally the turbo 3.0, if not this new 3.6 would do.
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Last edited by thebuickguy; 01-03-2011 at 10:03 PM.
Heavens: they're going to put a turbocharged version into the new big Caddy. Pretty close to 400 hp, I bet.
Maybe I could get used to the idea of a V6 Caddy.
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