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Old 09-14-2006, 04:03 PM   #1
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Off topic but:

Blazin, I saw that your stock 92 SSEi ran a 15.009. Not to be rude, but do you have any proof or a video of this car running on the track? I don't think I can believe your time since my car runs a 14.9.
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I was wondering the same thing...
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Off topic but:

Blazin, I saw that your stock 92 SSEi ran a 15.009. Not to be rude, but do you have any proof or a video of this car running on the track? I don't think I can believe your time since my car runs a 14.9.
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I was wondering the same thing...
Not again!!! I really should make a lifestory of this car...

If you don't believe my 15.009 time your really not going to believe my 14.508 time. I had the car for around 2 weeks till I took it down to Intense Drag Day VI. I ran a 15.009 with just a CAI done to it. 5-6 other members were their and saw it run and even looked under my hood.

If you don't believe go to Intense'* website then go to their menu and click on Intense Drag Day. From their click on IDD VI and go down to "3800 FWD Stock Power Adder Class" - I'm # 31. Also if your going to check that out at least go down to the bottom of the page to "Reaction Time" and see my perfect light.

Other then that Bonneville94V688 what did you have done to your car for your 14.9 time? Also what was your MPH and 60'?
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Fixed.
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Well, I can believe the 15.009 time, But I cannot believe the 14.5 unless you'd have a timeslip or video to provide. That is not possible with a stock 92.
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i wouldnt even waste my time arguing... believe it or not.. no questions asked

there are factory freaks out there
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I wouldn't call my '92 stock - it is far from it. It does have a stock throttle body, Gen 2 supercharger, lower intake manifold, heads, cam, rockers, exhaust manifolds, and PCM.

My times are basically just because of my 60' times. For my 15.009 run I had a 2.1x 60', for my 14.508 I had a 1.95 60'. If you do the math for the 60' * that is .4 just there. So with adding a ton of mods, tuning fuel trims, learning a few tricks for running a stock PCM, and more track prep I only gained .1 in the 1/4 mile. You doubt my time while I'm kinda upset because I feel I should be quicker.

I see your in Ohio... Come out to IDD or MGM and hopefully see me hit 13'* in my car.

Other then that can you answer my questions? I'm curious what mods you had done for that 14.9 time and what your 60' and MPH was.
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whats not to belive? I ran a 15.2 with 20* of KR.
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Well....not a factory freak, and I'm surprised that Blazin has neglected to describe his 'track prep'. It'* pretty wild to say the least. I'll leave that for him to explain. Needless to say, it has no bearing whatsoever on what he'd run on the street.

Granted, I had higher octane (which I can buy at any gas station) and tricked ELC when I ran at the track, but I had other stuff I overlooked (2/3 a tank of gas and a full WI tank in the trunk that I never removed nor used, not to mention nothing from the interior was removed) when I ran my time.

(just heading you off at the pass, Blazin)
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Well....not a factory freak, and I'm surprised that Blazin has neglected to describe his 'track prep'. It'* pretty wild to say the least. I'll leave that for him to explain.
exactly if i had a car that was stripped down to the point that i took out the oh **** handles off with everything else in the interior i bet i could cut a pretty low light and pass too

hey you know what if you take off the body cladding and the bumpers, hood, and trunk....oh dont forget the spoiler too....you can go even FASTER :briding: ....oh and the bumper supports are optional also....man this thing will be running 11'* here pretty soon....damn

oh and BTW your buddy Ryan dont hold the L27 1/4 mi record either

Interesting that you claim that you have all the motor work, and then dont have the Balls to post the mods or the 1/4 mile time in your sig.....

and further more if you did all the other crap why stick with the Gen 2 SC? and stock pulley???? because if you have TB work then you have a restriction when the TB meets the inlet of the SC......but i guess that is good cause the 4" intake is sucking all that air

raises flag up high and for all to see
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