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Old 08-17-2006, 04:54 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Grimm
True, I didn't look at the weight comparison. Rear gear ratio on the Q45 is 3.54. I couldn't find any real world numbers on either car in stock form, but one list I found said a quarter mile time of 16.1 for a '92 SSEI and 15.6 for the '93 Q45. I also found a couple places that mentioned 0-60 times of mid sixes on the Q45. So take that for what it'* worth.

A 93ssei should be able to run 15.5 or so stock I'd think or lower in good running shape.
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