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Old 01-01-2004, 02:15 PM   #11
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I'm sure your car is pretty nice, but you're probably a disgrace to the level of class that a Bonneville implies.
Unfortunatly thats EXACTLY what i was thinking... Guys i think a great idea is to continue to be classy people. This forum is a great example of how we achieve that every day.We KNOW are cars arent the fastest, adn it ALWAYS depends on the driver and thousands of other conditions, so be the bigger "man"(people) and dont make people stereotype Bonneville owners. Ive seen you show class... so keep it that way no matter where you go!

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Old 01-01-2004, 02:24 PM   #12
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Alpine Kappa'*??
Umm hahaha
I think you mean Infinity Kappa'*.....
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i know how to launch unlike most....
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No offence to the guy who said that the '95 and older SSEi'* only had 200 hp, your a jack ***. First of all, your uneducated. Second ,
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Fourth, know facts instead of running your face (no offence intended)
How is this not offensive?
Thank you

98regalityGS if you have ever been in an SSEi, you would know that it isn't "always on traction control" because there are five buttons beside the gear selector on the center console, such as Touring and Perform Ride suspension controls, then its Traction Control (on/off) then it is Perform Shift and Normal Shift algorithm modes.
In all actuallity that doesn't turn off the TC.

Don't do this again, you know who you are. This is 2x now, and this club'* staff will not put up with it again. This isn't class and now there wil be rules for joining other clubs i'm sure.
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Old 01-01-2004, 03:33 PM   #13
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Russ, delete your posts over there right now. We've had another ban because of this, and you don't want to be #2. You don't have an intrepid, and I don't want to deal with crossover flamers.
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Old 01-01-2004, 04:58 PM   #14
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It'* good to see that the ones on the Intrepid forum seem to be fairly level-headed and give some props to the Bonneville, even when they thought the only readers were fellow Intrepid owners.

Let'* maintain the class of the Bonneville...
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Old 01-01-2004, 05:37 PM   #15
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god, they really belive in their cars! I do like the newer 250hp. ones but there seems not to be a market for them anymore. I'm not going to get into their business, even though some of their hp. ratings are wrong !
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Yea, it OK if they mess up on our numbers. I don't expect them to know it.

I myself could NOT name off numbers for any Chrysler car.
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And, y'know, hp and tq numbers are all theoretical, and mathematical rounds, at best. One metal rod will take more or less than the next to torque it. There are way too many variables, and are different on a per basis. So your a few horses off.....so???
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Old 01-01-2004, 06:00 PM   #18
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Yeah, i know .

I guess I would want to get them right if i was the one talking. I don't know all of them off the top of my head, but i wouldn't post something false .
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Yeah, i know .

I guess I would want to get them right if i was the one talking. I don't know all of them off the top of my head, but i wouldn't post something false .
Yeah, but, even if you get GM'* claimed average correct, that most likely will not be what you have. My car is 205hp, and 260tq, according to GM. However, even if it was still stock, I may actually have gotten, say, 200 hp and 255tq. There'* no way to know for sure, and even a dyno can only get close, to the half, I believe.
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ok, ok!
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