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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 10-27-2004, 01:01 PM
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OK first one how do i know what model bonne do i have? cause when i bought it (used) there are no badges at all on it...... i know its not */C though... but it does have the fog lights... which would make it an SE?

second how do you do a front wheel drive burnout never done one b4.... dont laugh but i have only owned 2 front wheel drive cars total this being the second and the first bein a ford tempo....
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are the foglights in the middle of the bumper or they low and at the corners of the car. Also what year is it?

burnouts are not recommended(trans will hate you).......but hit the gas press on the parknig brake at the same time and hold on the gas
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its a 95 and the fog lights are kinda centerd and lower
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It sounds like you have an SSE.
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Its not as bad to do a burn-out if you DONT use the brakes. That puts incredible stress on the trans components, such as gears, differential, and torque converter, and a mess of other fun stuff! Also, you could pop a CV Joint. Those cost a few dollars and aren't friendly when they break. Chances are you'll blow something else up in the process of blowing a CV. Take it from someone who had that experience (while leaving the shop that had just replaced my CV joint)

Also, stay AWAY from one wheel / turning corner burnouts. That will blow your diff real fast.

If you want to do a burnout, try using the Parking Brake and do it on something you think both tires will slip easily.

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Originally Posted by matt95ssei
Its not as bad to do a burn-out if you DONT use the brakes. That puts incredible stress on the trans components, such as gears, differential, and torque converter, and a mess of other fun stuff! Also, you could pop a CV Joint. Those cost a few dollars and aren't friendly when they break. Chances are you'll blow something else up in the process of blowing a CV. Take it from someone who had that experience (while leaving the shop that had just replaced my CV joint)

Also, stay AWAY from one wheel / turning corner burnouts. That will blow your diff real fast.

If you want to do a burnout, try using the Parking Brake and do it on something you think both tires will slip easily.

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Um...we don't have differentials! But, good advice otherwise.
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umm... my bonny will sqwack a if i hit it just right
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Originally Posted by vital49
Originally Posted by matt95ssei
Its not as bad to do a burn-out if you DONT use the brakes. That puts incredible stress on the trans components, such as gears, differential, and torque converter, and a mess of other fun stuff! Also, you could pop a CV Joint. Those cost a few dollars and aren't friendly when they break. Chances are you'll blow something else up in the process of blowing a CV. Take it from someone who had that experience (while leaving the shop that had just replaced my CV joint)

Also, stay AWAY from one wheel / turning corner burnouts. That will blow your diff real fast.

If you want to do a burnout, try using the Parking Brake and do it on something you think both tires will slip easily.

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Um...we don't have differentials! But, good advice otherwise.
Yeah they do have built in diffrerentials
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so bein stock how many hp does it have? and what kind of cars can i look at racing without gettin smoked....
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Lets see some pics!
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