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Old 10-15-2002, 10:11 PM   #11
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WHOOOO go 1988. the dents make it go faster (air deflectors!!)
I'll trade you my P7400 for your P7300
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I disagree with the steering unless after '99 they did a dramatic change in them. My aunts it tight and goes with the turn and the accelorator is harder than mine. My steering wheel is much looser than hers and it kinda scare me but at the same time has that luxury feel to it. Luxury with attitude, go figure.

Well, I've only drive a 2001 and 2002...and that was enough for me!
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Fresh off the GM Press! I now have the New 2003 Bonneville Brochure!
Here'* the Stats:
Models Available: 3 > SE, SLE & SSEi
SSEi comes with the Series II 3800 SC (240HP) & 2.93 Axle Ratio Standard!
SLE comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
SE Comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
NOTE: NO SC'd Versions for the Se or SLE!
Also: HUD is now only available on SSEi model (& as an option only)!
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Fresh off the GM Press! I now have the New 2003 Bonneville Brochure!
Here'* the Stats:
Models Available: 3 > SE, SLE & SSEi
SSEi comes with the Series II 3800 SC (240HP) & 2.93 Axle Ratio Standard!
SLE comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
SE Comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
NOTE: NO SC'd Versions for the Se or SLE!
Also: HUD is now only available on SSEi model (& as an option only)!
How did you get to bemoderator, anyway!!?? no fair :(
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Old 10-16-2002, 01:04 AM   #15
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Default Re: 2003 Bonneville!

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Originally Posted by DeathRat
Fresh off the GM Press! I now have the New 2003 Bonneville Brochure!
Here'* the Stats:
Models Available: 3 > SE, SLE & SSEi
SSEi comes with the Series II 3800 SC (240HP) & 2.93 Axle Ratio Standard!
SLE comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
SE Comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
NOTE: NO SC'd Versions for the Se or SLE!
Also: HUD is now only available on SSEi model (& as an option only)!
I posted this already
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Somebody pissed on his stars.

(Don't get jealous of me, I'm only SPECIAL.....Jeff gave me Techinfo cuz I can't shut up)
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Fresh off the GM Press! I now have the New 2003 Bonneville Brochure!
Here'* the Stats:
Models Available: 3 > SE, SLE & SSEi
SSEi comes with the Series II 3800 SC (240HP) & 2.93 Axle Ratio Standard!
SLE comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
SE Comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
NOTE: NO SC'd Versions for the Se or SLE!
Also: HUD is now only available on SSEi model (& as an option only)!
I posted this already
Where? I didn't see any other info posted here!
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Originally Posted by DeathRat
Fresh off the GM Press! I now have the New 2003 Bonneville Brochure!
Here'* the Stats:
Models Available: 3 > SE, SLE & SSEi
SSEi comes with the Series II 3800 SC (240HP) & 2.93 Axle Ratio Standard!
SLE comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
SE Comes with the Series II 3800 SFI (NA) (205HP) & either 2.86 or 3.05 Axle Ratio!
NOTE: NO SC'd Versions for the Se or SLE!
Also: HUD is now only available on SSEi model (& as an option only)!
I posted this already
Where? I didn't see any other info posted here!
http://media.gm.com/division/2003_pr...lle/index.html and go to specifications. I did forget to put specifications on the beginning of the post.
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My question still stands about if they have fixed the intake problem on the series III and my other question is why did the Grand Prix get the series III and not the Bonneville ?? I thought we were driving their flagship... Mr... Sulu..... Warp..... speed.. ahead....
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I checked out as many sites as I could and didn't see anything about an intake problem or a solution, and for the Bonnies, that ain't going to happen until everybody else gets retroed. Never fails
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