Tom, my brother, and I decided to make a few runs yesterday late afternoon. I know my car pulls much harder in the cold so we decided to see by how much. It was in the mid 40s temperature which is cooler than what I tunned for however I figured it shouldn't make that much of a difference as long as I was not overboosting. We did 20, 40, and 60 runs to 100. The outcome is what really surprised me; I only pulled 1 car length the whole time no matter which mph we started at. I figured I would have pulled more than 2 car lengths since when we race at 60-70s temperature I usually get 2 car lengths easily. I use Tom's S2000 as a benchmark when I do mods and since I haven't done anything in that last 9 months I just wanted to see how things run. I'm very impressed with the N/A S2000 in the cold. I'm still trying to work out some knocks because when I reach redline in 3rd and switch to 4th I get knock again. Granted it was colder than I planned, plus I've added back timing since the "failed" dyno run ( another story ) in the knock area, I still had a good time. Tom also knows if we "street race" that I'd have him easily by a few car lengths because when I was stock I could easily put 1-2 car lengths off the line thus the same results would transpire so we never/hardly ever to 0 mph starts.