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Old 07-01-2005, 01:41 AM   #1
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I am just wondering what the 1/4 mile times are on a stock N/A bonny. And what is doable with bolt-ons. My dad wont let me get the SSEi cause he says the supercharger makes the motor harder to work on. PLus I cant afford the insurance on an SSEi. I dont no about u guys but in my area for my age insurance is brutal.
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I'm guessing L36?
Tough to say cause not too many people did it.
Smellbird'* got 1.9 rockers and pems but ran a 15.xx
I think with a good cam and some bolts on'* a n/a bonnie should see 14'* easy. We have a 3.06 gear ratio, bad weight transfer, and more weight acting agianst us.
13'* aren't impossible but i doubt it will happen without touching the tranny. (every other bolt on goes without saying)
Just a nice guess.
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totally stock a NA series one will run about 16.1-15.7, these are real workd times that ppl have run, and the totally stock NA series two will run about the 15.9-15.6, The series two has a huge mod base compared to the series II

and by the way ZZP is making a SC kit for the NA series II
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and by the way ZZP is making a SC kit for the NA series II
It'* out. . . . .
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Supercharger makes the motor harder to work on? It'* EASIER and more DURABLE and longer lasting!
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Supercharger makes the motor harder to work on? It'* EASIER and more DURABLE and longer lasting!
yeah, show him some of the horror UIM stories...
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No kidding! You want long-lasting durability, forget the plastic upper intake manifolds. Everyone with one ends up either replacing it, or in some cases replacing their entire engine because of the water damage inside.
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totally stock a NA series one will run about 16.1-15.7, these are real workd times that ppl have run, and the totally stock NA series two will run about the 15.9-15.6, The series two has a huge mod base compared to the series II

and by the way ZZP is making a SC kit for the NA series II
I'm takeing it that those times are for a L36 with an few extra horsepower then the l26. Just a few .

And any word if my poor little l26 will ever see a ZZP */C kit?
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I doubt there will be a kit for the L27 any day soon, It'* an older engine with a much smaller fanbase.
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<snip> or in some cases replacing their entire engine because of the water damage inside.
You talkin' 'bout me???
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