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Old 03-15-2005, 11:53 PM   #21
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Yes like I said w/o it was sluggish. In the 16'*....16.7 I believe.

I wouldn't go so far to say it was "stock" except for nitrous. I took special care to make sure the ignition was prepped with the coils and what not. Plus the AFC makes a BIG diff if you tune it right.

I don't recommend anyone just throws nitrous on a Bonnie they just found without modifications for preparation.
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Yes like I said w/o it was sluggish. In the 16'*....16.7 I believe.

I wouldn't go so far to say it was "stock" except for nitrous. I took special care to make sure the ignition was prepped with the coils and what not. Plus the AFC makes a BIG diff if you tune it right.

I don't recommend anyone just throws nitrous on a Bonnie they just found without modifications for preparation.
RIght i mean Internals were stock and all other stuff, I checked out your Cardomain and see that you were chipped.

I see that you had the IGN was stepped up, and the AFC on there
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Yes stock internals.

Get in touch with me personally via PM if you want to learn the specific results of the 94.
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did you ever run it w/o the spray?? i only ask this because there are no real NA Series One Track numbers
Ryan ran a 15.7x
Jason ran a 15.9x
I ran a 15.9x
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...My stock ser 2 L67 has 262hp...
How did you manage 262 hp and 340 ft lbs of torque from a stock series II motor?
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did you ever run it w/o the spray?? i only ask this because there are no real NA Series One Track numbers
Ryan ran a 15.7x
Jason ran a 15.9x
I ran a 15.9x
all were NA right??
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all were NA right??
Yes. . . . . . It wouldn't be hard to get a Series 1 N/A Bonne in the mid 15'* and with some big weight reductions and a good launch get it into low 15'*. Any faster is going to need a poweradder or a cam.
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L27 TB == L67 TB.
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aren't there a few different Tb'* for the series 1?
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94/5 L67 were larger, but you would have to tear up the composite intake and that'* a PITA.

I ran a 15.9x with bald *** tires..... New plug wires, PCV, and better (not new though) tires up front i would expect a lil better. My tires held me back on my 60'*.

Series I can be just as powerful as anything else, but you need performance oriented heads, cam, and a new intake manifold wouldn't hurt either. All of our stuff is to make some good lower RPM torque numbers, and be reliable.
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