I know that is the problem. There is a young girl driving a black Aurora around here. I think its her parents' car though, I gotta get her name. Anyway the other problem is the transmission. It would need a bulletproofed 4T80-E. My tranny with 84k seems to be pretty damn good for its age and considering how hard i have driven it. Its already kind of bulletproof, but exceeding its gearbox torque capacity means impending doom. No doubt though, if you drove it really light i bet the thing would hold out a little bit.
For the last 7k i have owned this car (bought July 16 04), I have driven the balls off it. I do not "floor" it off the light all the time, usually just hit the end of the gas pedal so you get a little wheelspin and it switches gears at 4500rpm, what i call the "sweet spot" hehe. I love that moan it makes at that speed when it switches gears, just pure bliss. But i always floor the gas every trip i make at some point for only 3 or 4 seconds. It needs to be faster, thats the problem. Bigger is always better.
1995 Razzi Aurora, Burgandy/Tan, 86k miles, Dynomax Super Turbo Mufflers, Custom Rear Spoiler, Panasonic CQ-9700U receiver, Polk 6 3/4" components, BFGoodrich Traction T/A V-rated
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