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    Cadillac STS from a roll

    Just raced my friend in his Cadillac STS(V8 northstar something) from a 40 mph roll. I jumped to almost a 2 car lead at the top of 2nd.. shifted to 3rd and probably pulled another 2-3 cars and stayed that way to around 120mph. I know I would have blown by him from the dig so wanted to try the roll thing.

    Does this sound right to you guys, or should I have been able to do better?
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    how much does the sts weight and how much power does it have?

    But it sounds about right. You pulled through 2nd and 3rd and then stopped when you hit 4th. That will happen against alot of cars.
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    STS has 300 hp,but it's a heavy car. Good race.
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