In a straight line our new suspension helped out as well, even with the rear Koni shocks still set at 1-turn from full stiff. Using the same tires as always, we laid down a 12.64 at 114.5 mph in the quarter, a gain of .348-seconds and 4.5 mph, which we attribute to the suspension transferring weight better and planting the rear tires, as we could finally use wide-open throttle in first and second gear. Overall, we were impressed by the new changes to the STI Killer's suspension and we can't wait to spend some more time in the driver seat. Going forward, we might even need to rename out project the C6 Killer, but that's an entirely different story that we're going to save for another issue!