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Old 06-24-2005, 09:28 AM   #11
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Yea, that might be tricky.
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Yea, that might be tricky.
Theres gmtuners (who personally has a boosted L67/L36/F-body intakes hybrid running on that pcm)
and DHP too.
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Well...scratch that idea...lol...

I'm not about to remove a great running 60,000 mile engine just to have a blower...

Maybe a little whiff of nitrous if/when I ever get the "bug" again...

What is the "normal" or "average" quarter mile time and mph in these cars, as is without any mods??

Obviously...naturally aspirated
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Well...scratch that idea...lol...

I'm not about to remove a great running 60,000 mile engine just to have a blower...

Maybe a little whiff of nitrous if/when I ever get the "bug" again...

What is the "normal" or "average" quarter mile time and mph in these cars, as is without any mods??

Obviously...naturally aspirated
With your mileage and car I wouldn't be modding. If the body is also in great condition you could give 1993SLE a run for the low mileage record
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What is the "normal" or "average" quarter mile time and mph in these cars, as is without any mods??
95 was the lightest of the years and with the L36 I would guess low 16 possibly a high 15 with a great launch.
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hmmmm...I may have to check it out...it does indeed feel like a strong runner...

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The body is perfect, but it has the paint flaking off of the hood and decklid
The interior is perfect (grey leather), and never smoked in.
The engine has had Mobil 1 synthetic oil since 2003, according to the reciepts I got with it.
It was indeed owned by a little old lady up until that point as well...My wife says it "looks" like an old man'* car, but I think it looks kind of sporty with the foglights, rear spoiler, and subtle side ground effects...
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i agree youll run low 16'*, but trust me torque owns all
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