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Old 12-12-2005, 06:39 PM   #41
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More space isn't necessarily an advantage when the whole kit is hard-plumbed and welded.
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Old 12-12-2005, 06:39 PM   #42
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Willren can chime in here best because I know his car had EVERYTHING
Even "rear steer"
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Old 12-12-2005, 06:44 PM   #43
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Yup, if it doesn't say "Fits 92-99 Bonnevilles" I'm not buying it. I like assurance that it will fit. Plus I don't think I'm going that far anyway, I will be satisfied with a CAI, hi-flo cat and a Flowmaster (my muffler is ready to fall off, stupid Ohio keep putting too much salt on roads) oh and new rims, after the thaw of course.
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I thought I saw a turbo kit on the Intense sight a while back. Just tried looking for it bu tcouldn't find it
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MY bad, guess the memory is the first thing to go . The GP I read about was run 13'* on the 1/4 and had a bit more work than I rememberred.
Here'* the link though, was still a cool read http://highperformancepontiac.com/sh...0412pon_shoot/

Sorry for misleading and getting anyone'* hopes up
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I have that issue. It was a good article.
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Nice article. A bit too excessive for me. All that modifications. I prefer a bolt-on deal for me. I'm not mechinical-inclined. I have noticed that many owners drive older Bonnevilles like 92-95 those years. I know there are some newer ones like me and Jack etc. I wonder why. I bet it was the fact that they were cheap and plenty available. Am I right? There are many nice Bonnies for sale here in Ohio if you guys are looking for one.
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Nice article. A bit too excessive for me. All that modifications. I prefer a bolt-on deal for me. I'm not mechinical-inclined. I have noticed that many owners drive older Bonnevilles like 92-95 those years. I know there are some newer ones like me and Jack etc. I wonder why. I bet it was the fact that they were cheap and plenty available. Am I right? There are many nice Bonnies for sale here in Ohio if you guys are looking for one.
the 92-95'* are becoming more scarse every year......but thoes of ones who have them take care of them....the 96-99 are becoming harder to find with low miles these days
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You know there was a black 03 SSEi right next to the 03 SLE(the SSEi was even cheaper than the SLE lower miles on the SLE) that I ended up buying, and the only reason why I got the SLE was because of the premium fuel and insurance costs. When you have 2 car payments every cent counts.
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my 93 SE is my first one and after a year and a half i then got a SSEi the 93 has 194,000 on it now and still runs like a top dont bash a SE they are the ones that allways get you home in style and 2 date the only thing i have changed is a alt and took out the MAF screen
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