Okay, maybe not, but let me ask you this. Should an S60R with, oh, say EST cai and ehhhh, maybe an Evolve Blue Upper Engine Mount Bushing pull on a new BMW M3 convertible starting from 70mph? I ask because I, uhhh, had a dream that about 20 minutes ago, that exact thing happened. In my dream, this guy in a beautiful black on silver M3 was in front of me after I gunned it to catch up to him. He changed lanes and downshifted, and I did the same, and by the middle of 5th gear, I had picked up 3 to 4 lengths on him! The thing is, the dream felt so real! If this dream had been true, however, I would have to think, since I have never put anything but unmixxed 93 octane in my tank, that my car is on something the Olympics tests for, because that just seems quick. Now I really want to get on a dyno, because my "Factory Freak" suspicions are really getting stronger. Zigger... I'm your friend out here! hehe<p>Let me know if, assuming my dream was totally accurate, it sounds like my car might be a little quicker than normal, or if that sounds about right for an R<p>Note: <br>1) I ran a nice time at the drag strip, but I thought that could just be because I launched so hard. <br>2)I'd say the fact that it was a convertible slowed it down, but weight is much less important on the highway.<br>3) Spent some time in an M3 forum to discover that the general concensus is that 6m and SMG are equal... maybe a slight advantage to 6m on the launch, but that's it.