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Old 04-18-2005, 12:53 PM   #21
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What'* the M62 engine run (in a bonne) in the 1/4 STOCK?
with a 2.2 pulley?
Just curious on this and if it'll be worth my project.

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2.2 will probably get you around 15.00 with supporting mods.
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High 14'* in a Series 1 L67 is a little too optimistic IMO.... I'd expect 15.5 with a good driver/launch, in 100% stock form.
A bit lower than that in an H body, but alot lower in a Pre-Gen GP, which is what we're talking about here.
And I'm pointing out to him what to expect in a smaller car.
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You know, i never even thought to ask what bonne'* weigh. I'm sure it'* a bit heavier than my coupe GP...although it is still heavy. But the bonne'* probably still have a couple hundred on me.

So you think the M62 in my GP with the 2.2" pulley and a real good tune-up can run a border 15?
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I'd bet high 14'*.

My car in STREET trim weighs an even 4000 pounds. Track trim probably 3500 with me in it.
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Oh ****, didn't know they were THAT heavy! My GP'* curb weight is approx 3200 without me in it...and i'm an additional 220. So damn, maybe i can get high 14s with a nice tuneup and small pulley
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also...i eventually plan on cam'n it for higher RPM pull. So far it looks like these engines are good for mid/low end, which is cool for a jump, but i don't want to hang in first gear for 10 seconds like this damned 3.1 does. It'* got very good mid/low, fair mid, and absolutely no high.
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