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Old 06-18-2005, 01:04 PM   #1
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How many cubic inches is the 3800 Series II in a 2005 Pontiac Bonneville SLE? Isn't it 231ci? Maybe I am wrong tell me what you say!
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It'* 231. All 3800'* are. Math is great, ain't it?
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itsa gallon!
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itsa gallon!
Gallon = about 3.73 litres.
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3.7854118 to be exact.

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3.7854118 to be exact.

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3800 is technically 3791cc, so yeah, it might as well be a 1 gallon V6
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It'* 231. All 3800'* are. Math is great, ain't it?
Yupper... All 3.8'* and 3800'* have a 3.80 in bore and 3.40 in stroke.... 231....

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3800 is technically 3791cc, so yeah, it might as well be a 1 gallon V6
So I guess if I run people at the track they're taking the gallon challange?
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The L67'* don't qualify for the gallon challenge.

We flow more than most V8'*, 350ci or more. I'd have to do the calculations again, but even stock, I think the L67 outflows a smallblock.
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