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Old 03-06-2005, 04:27 PM   #11
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Actually, that'* backwards, Steve. The L36 has longer legs, as the power is delivered higher in the rpm band.

It still feels dead in said upper RPM range, though. Thanks, naturally-aspirated two-valves per cylinder
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Actually, that'* backwards, Steve. The L36 has longer legs, as the power is delivered higher in the rpm band.

It still feels dead in said upper RPM range, though. Thanks, naturally-aspirated two-valves per cylinder
It'* not the valve count, but the cam/heads. The SOHC Nova i drive Gets going about 4k RPM.... Only 2v per cyl.
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hey beck where is the car ur looking at?
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ive driven a car with both motors before and my bonneville deffinately was faster than this l36 grand prix.
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