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Old 11-11-2003, 03:26 PM   #11
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God damn alien, i can't get over how nice your car is! I can honestly say it'* the most beautiful bonne i have seen yet!

The colour is great, and go perfectly with those chrome rims

Nice ride
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God damn alien, i can't get over how nice your car is! I can honestly say it'* the most beautiful bonne i have seen yet!

The colour is great, and go perfectly with those chrome rims

Nice ride
Thanks man.. compliments like that make me love the car that much more too.. i only wish it looked like that right now. ..winter rims kinda dampen the effect, lol.
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Old 11-11-2003, 06:57 PM   #13
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alien, i love your bonne too...

but back to the srt-4, it would walk on about 80-90% of the cars in here without breaking a sweat
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Old 11-11-2003, 09:26 PM   #14
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lol i think we ALL love his bonnie...i'm jealous!!!

I wouldn't trade mine for anything, but...WOW.... *drools*

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Old 11-11-2003, 09:30 PM   #15
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*looks at sky* I don't like Aliens car" :P

just kidding you big punk :P
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Great kill man. Those hood scoops you were talking about are non functional. The ram air factor comes from an open part of where the grill is, that where where the air in inducted into the motor. Your car is absolutely gorgeous, easily the best bonne I have seen in my life, plus it is an ssei so a much added bonus. My dream is to get a white ssei, I'm planning on doing up some nice white 17'* with full magnaflow exhaust and hopefully an intercooler for the supercharger, if money is available, but my 1990 SE is doing just fine for me. Again great kill, keep up the good work. May the force be with you.
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*looks at sky* I don't like Aliens car" :P

just kidding you big punk :P
..back at ya rora boy.
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The hood scoops are non-functional. I've spent a little time under the hood at one of our Pontiac dealers, and the 'ram-air' comes from the gap beneath the closed hood and the Grille (driver'* side). It'* really only effective at 50+mph, but is supposedly good for 5-10 hp I think?

Probably not too effective with a paper AC Delco filter, though.
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The hood scoops are non-functional. I've spent a little time under the hood at one of our Pontiac dealers, and the 'ram-air' comes from the gap beneath the closed hood and the Grille (driver'* side). It'* really only effective at 50+mph, but is supposedly good for 5-10 hp I think?

Probably not too effective with a paper AC Delco filter, though.
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Great kill man. Those hood scoops you were talking about are non functional. The ram air factor comes from an open part of where the grill is, that where where the air in inducted into the motor.

LMAO!!
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