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Old 07-14-2004, 04:03 PM   #1
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Had the car weighed today to get an acurate weight for my G-TECH.

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3/4 tank fuel
driver - ~240


= 3980 lbs
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3980 for car, driver, and fuel?

I weighed mine in once and after subtracting the weight of the 2 occupants and this heavy box (knew approx weight of box) I got 3550 for my SSEi.
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Here is a link from consumer guide on the 92-99 Bonneville.
http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/u...ex.cfm/id/2092
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seems about right

3980 - 240 - 112(14gal * 8 lbs) = 3624

other stuff usuall in trunk 50 - 75 lbs

close enough....
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You've got some decent times there without nitrous. Ever run at the track to verify it? How much of a difference do the bigger injectors make?
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Bigger injectors are only necessary if you're running some VERY serious boost, or a bigger nitrous shot. Maybe some decent reliability, since you'd be running them at less then 100% duty cycle.
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