Currently I own both a 1998 Bonnie SE and a 1998 GP SE/3.8lt. The GP is only slightly faster even with the U-bend and resonator removed by about .089 in the 1/4 mile. So in your case it came down to skill and the one advantage a Bonnie does have ........ being a bit heavier, you won't spin the tires quite as much as a GP will on launch. This gets that big body rolling slightly faster than a GP. The GP will, however eat you up by the time you go about 330 feet. I've noticed that my 60 foot times are about the same,(edge to the GP by .150'ish). Your lauch will have much to do with your win along with your reaction time. All this to say good kill. Once you start Modding though; the GP will win more and more because you'll make simular power and the GP'* weight will be lighter. Still an excellent kill though.
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