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Old 02-13-2006, 05:19 PM   #21
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That Was On G-Tech SmartAss
woah there.....first of all Gtechs are not accurate if they are not calibrated correctly, what did you use for the cars weight??, what Gtech model do you have ??that is a huge factor...we have much experience with the Gtechs, and they have been proven to be inaccurate with the worng inputs

i would not trust a Gtech, unless it was at the track and had the exact same times....which that almost never happens
Wow you taught me something. I thought those gtech were just plug and play. Well I guess they are but you have to set parameters.
 
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woah there.....first of all Gtechs are not accurate if they are not calibrated correctly, what did you use for the cars weight??, what Gtech model do you have ??that is a huge factor...we have much experience with the Gtechs, and they have been proven to be inaccurate with the worng inputs

i would not trust a Gtech, unless it was at the track and had the exact same times....which that almost never happens
i agree completely, if you took your car to the track i bet you wouldnt see anything lower than a 16.7-16.8

and please refrain from calling people names like smartass, we try to keep things professional here
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one of my friends at school has the exact same car as toasted and the best he could do was 17.01
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I Also Ran it At The Track And Got A 16.3
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My 2000 Pontiac Bonneville SE
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im sorry, but im not sure i believe you.. wouldnt you say that to begin with instead of now?
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thats about what a 96-99 L36 runs
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also, if you have had it to the track AND g-teched it why do you need to ask how fast it is???

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...hlight=#531977
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also, if you have had it to the track AND g-teched it why do you need to ask how fast it is???

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...hlight=#531977
exactly.....

the L27 and the increased weight of the 00+ body with the L36 make them really equal...

and that is why i took down a Stock SLE (on a private track) a few months back
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Ok stay on topic out of respect of the author.
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