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Old 10-15-2003, 08:46 PM   #21
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Type R = Type Rodent
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Old 10-15-2003, 09:09 PM   #22
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There he is...lol...I was waiting for that one
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Never wanted to disapoint you!
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Current bay of my 4cyl

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I LIKE IT MAYBE NOW I NEED 1 IM THINKIN NO
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I'm not trying to undermind the club or turn anyone away from there ride but if you want to check out some other cars like mine go to <www.starquestclub.com> there cheap to get into (relativly) but take alot of attention to detail. Keep your Bonne though, it will make a better daily driver than the Starion/Conquest. And if you do hook one up let me know and I'll be glad to give some info on what I've learned. Be sure I'll be asking everyone here when it comes to taking care of the Bonne I have.
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Justin, what happened to your 'performance' hood?

I couldn't help noticing you used an old pic
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My hood'* got performance all over it now...
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Justin, what happened to your 'performance' hood?

I couldn't help noticing you used an old pic
Yeah, the hood was put on fairly recently. It'* actually of an 83' starion. It'* the only year that they made them with a scoop and louvers. As you saw it needs some work done to it (bodywork, and paint) but I do plan on making it functional as the louvers are closed and the scoop only has a few slits in it. The functionability is the most important thing about it.
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As you can see from my signature I own a 4cyl as well. Two actually, and I'l say I find it hard to believe your Bonne can't take most of them. I will also say that My conquest/Starion will give you a run for your money Truewildman. I've never seen your car run but I know that my "Quest" with it'* ABOUT 250hp with at least 240ftlbs (never dynoed or "timed"raced) out of the rear tires. (Yes RWD) is very quick. I know if your cars that quick it would be a fun race, and in about three months I'll break that 4cyl streak you've got going, and I won't touch nos
Oh, I'm not saying there aren't any 4 bangers here that can take me. There are some intercooled nitrous Hondas here. I haven't been beat by a 4 banger 'cause I know who to avoid. But, as repinS said, "I dunno man, my Bonneville gets owned by 4 bangers." I don't. But, like I said, there are some around here that ones have spent thousands or tens of thousands on that can.
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