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Old 12-10-2007, 06:12 PM   #1
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now, i found a video that may help out with my car. This is a Lumina that had an L67 swap of course, and he did some WOT runs. around 1:24 when u listen to him peel out and from 1:28 after the trac takes over listen to how the car sound and the whine. my car sound the EXACT way when i try to use more throttle after 30mph and want to get some speed. the car normally will kick back to first and second when its cool but when its good and warm, it sound exactly like that. like its sick and dont want to go. I would like to clear that problem unless all of our cars that isnt modded sound liek this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLLrB...eature=related

even though he peeled, the car makes the same sound when i dont and i just give it throttle at certain speeds. i hope someone understand what im talking about.
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Are you talking about the whining sound? That'* just the supercharger spooling up.
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Are you talking about the whining sound? That'* just the supercharger spooling up.

i already stated that. i know that sound...i asked why /....never mind. ill take the car too the local dealership. i cant find anyone to actually understand what im speaking of. i thought the video would help but i guess not.
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Sorry, I didn't notice the times you indicated. Still not sure what you're talking about though. Guess I just need more experience with a boosted car
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Any time you roll on the throttle, you should hear that wine to some extent. Can you take vid of your own car?
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Any time you roll on the throttle, you should hear that wine to some extent. Can you take vid of your own car?

the whine isnt the problem. i know thats the superchager...its the dragging of how he is mashing the gas and its taking a while to get to the next gear because of how he decided to mash the gas. does that make sense? here is a vid...



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I see what you're talking about, and I don't see anything abnormal about it. Does it feel like it'* shuddering when that happens?
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I'd say it'* normal. He just let off the gas.
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I see what you're talking about, and I don't see anything abnormal about it. Does it feel like it'* shuddering when that happens?

sometimes..if the feel that im thinking about is shuttereing...can you explain that for me? that way i would know if mine is doing that.
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