Aside from tires and the eLSD, what would the advantages be?Also, a Camaro SS 1LE is not a Chevy SS.
Depends on some factors, but stage 1 gti with good tires can touch 110. Stage 2 gti can get into the teens, that I've seen.I don't disagree, but worst case, an SS without 1LE would still be trapping over 110 mph, which is far from the land of a Stage 1 GTI.
Aside from tires and the eLSD, what would the advantages be?
- Satin Black hood wrap
- Black front splitter
- Black outside rearview mirrors
- Black rear blade spoiler
- Satin Graphite 20" forged-aluminum wheels with Goodyear® Eagle® F1 SuperCar 3 285/30R20 front and 305/30R20 rear, summer-only tires1
- Brembo® 6-piston monobloc front 2-piece rotors and 4-piston rear calipers, 4-wheel antilock disc brakes
- Red calipers with 1LE logo
- Performance-tuned suspension with unique bushings, springs and stabilizer bars
- Dual-mode exhaust
- Magnetic Ride Control
- Electronic Limited-Slip Differential (eLSD)
- RECARO® performance front bucket seats
- Suede-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel and shift knob
- Head-Up Display on 1SS (standard on 2SS)
- Also includes 2.85 rear axle ratio when ordered with the available automatic transmission
- Requires Jet Black interior
If we look at typical quarter mile trap speeds reported for a 2016 SS, they are around 115 mph. So in order to beat one from a roll, a GTI would typically need to be trapping at a higher mph than 115 mph. Would the OPs GTI be trapping around there with his mods? I don't know. Otherwise, as the OP indicated, the SS started in 4th gear, while the GTI was in 3rd. Being in the wrong gear has made many a "faster" car lose to a "slower" car on the street.