Originally Posted by big_news_1
Originally Posted by Twister97
Not until you drop a good couple thousand will you start to get 1/4 times of 13'* and 12'*.
Remember, he'* not supercharged, so even with a couple thousand dollars you're looking at 14s, maybe high 13s. The fastest Series 2 NA car from Intense only runs in the 13s, and it'* a Grand Prix. If you want speed, look into an L67 or else an NA performance rebuild with a stroker crank and high compression. But Twister'* right; think of the stock Bonnevilles out there right now that you can beat!
- The fastest Series 2 N/A is ZZP'* Stroker and runs mid-low 12'*.
- Throw a 75-100 shot of NOS and you will be running a low 15 / high 14 for less then $500. Or if you dont like the Idea of NOS and you can turn a wrench and turn you L27 into a L67. It will cost you prob. a little more, but you will be supercharged and you will have whine!!!! Downside to that is that no one has done it in a Bonne (yet!). Another thing you can do that I don't know why no one has even pointed at is turbo'n there car. You will have to shell out anywhere from $2500-$4500 but you will easily be in the 13'* if not 12'*.
- As far as sending a Series 1 far into the 13'* and even into the 12'*, you have three major limiting factors:
1.) Tuning, we are OBD1 so you have to either shell out 2G'* for an e-prom burner or got a custom dyno tune.
2.) Transmission, the 4t60e is not the strongest and with most Series 1 Bonne'* on here around 100K most trans'* are on there last legs anyways.
3.) Miles, this kinda goes with #2. Most Series 1 engines are above the 100K mark - not the best for 12'*.
- But think if you go through the trouble to mod a Series 1, you can easly be in the top 5. Wether that be in the top 5 N/A, top 5 L67, or top 5 w/ poweradders.