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Old 07-29-2004, 01:04 PM   #31
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
And it still gets its *** kicked by most of the 00+'* on this board
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The Impala SS is doggy as hell, too, until you mod it.
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
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modded vs. stock sure. stock vs. stock would be an interesting run
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
And it still gets its A$$ kicked by most of the 00+'* on this board
modded vs. stock sure. stock vs. stock would be an interesting run
Yep, but your still talking a 6 VS an 8
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
And it still gets its A$$ kicked by most of the 00+'* on this board
modded vs. stock sure. stock vs. stock would be an interesting run
Yep, but your still talking a 6 VS an 8
Okay, how about stock N/A vs. stock N/A?
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
And it still gets its A$$ kicked by most of the 00+'* on this board
modded vs. stock sure. stock vs. stock would be an interesting run
and then you've got the GTP, which should be able to eat Maurauders stock fer stock very easily.









On topic: Not a fan of the Lincoln'* interior. Something about it screams... taxi... low rent... sub-par for a car like that.


hey... is that a motorized climate control thingie that pops out just beneath the heater vents?
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
And it still gets its A$$ kicked by most of the 00+'* on this board
modded vs. stock sure. stock vs. stock would be an interesting run
and then you've got the GTP, which should be able to eat Maurauders stock fer stock very easily.
Once again, forced induction vs. N/A...
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
And it still gets its A$$ kicked by most of the 00+'* on this board
modded vs. stock sure. stock vs. stock would be an interesting run
and then you've got the GTP, which should be able to eat Maurauders stock fer stock very easily.
Once again, forced induction vs. N/A...
Ok, Wes Blair'* GT vs the Marauder. 6 still beats 8 N/A vs N/A.
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O.k., I found a link to a Marauder review. 0-60 in 7.5 sec and quater mile comes at 15.5sec @91mph. There is a 94-96 Impala comparison in the review and the 94-96 Impala runs the quater a half a second faster than the new Marauder. The new Impala SS is even snappier yet with the L67. However, I am NOT a fan of the new body style vs. the 94-96 which is bada$$. Anyways, here is the link to the review. http://caranddriver.com/article.asp?...rticle_id=1874
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for a 4200 lb sedan it moves pretty darn good (14.7-15.3 is pretty good for 300 hp in a 4200 lb car)
And it still gets its A$$ kicked by most of the 00+'* on this board
modded vs. stock sure. stock vs. stock would be an interesting run
and then you've got the GTP, which should be able to eat Maurauders stock fer stock very easily.
Once again, forced induction vs. N/A...
Ok, Wes Blair'* GT vs the Marauder. 6 still beats 8 N/A vs N/A.
STRE-E-E-E-ETCH!!!

I don't know this Wes Blair character, but I assume this GT is all stock N/A comparing to stock N/A Marauder??
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