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Old 07-15-2003, 03:47 AM   #1
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Default 3.8 series 1 Vs. 3.4 Gtp

anybody raced one?
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i think you would loose... you have like 10 more ft-lbs of torque but you are down 40 in HP, and you are up like 300 lbs in weight... so i think you would loose...
 
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http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/u...fm/id/2095.htm

MAybe this would help. Bboonneevviillee, which trim level do you have?
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