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Old 10-22-2006, 11:59 PM   #1
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Default 0-60, Someone clock it.

Actually 0-82 before i let off

Ok, so you all complained about my last vid. And I tried last night and ended up in the ditch because of how wet it was....yeah, i got out ok, just messed up the front underside a little. But anyways, just took this vid. It is full WOT this time.

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you went in the ditch making a video for BC? reminds me of someone else

looks like 10 flat
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Like my car was:

0-60: "yes".
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you went in the ditch making a video for BC? reminds me of someone else

looks like 10 flat
hah..

is 10 good? I really have nothing to compare to.
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hah..

is 10 good? I really have nothing to compare to.
For a car like yours i would say thats average but of that age is above average. Looks like shes running pretty good. Now what is the problem with that gauge maxing out when you jumped on the gas? Is that the oil presure?

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you went in the ditch making a video for BC? reminds me of someone else

looks like 10 flat
hah..

is 10 good? I really have nothing to compare to.
Well... it'* not fast by any stretch of the imagination. My mom'* four-cylinder automatic 2.4L Altima can do it in about nine.

Your typical SSEi, very lightly modded or not, should be able to do it in seven flat or slightly less with a good driver/faster combination (ie, lighter 96-99 SSEi).
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you went in the ditch making a video for BC? reminds me of someone else

looks like 10 flat
hah..

is 10 good? I really have nothing to compare to.
Well... it'* not fast by any stretch of the imagination. My mom'* four-cylinder automatic 2.4L Altima can do it in about nine.

Your typical SSEi, very lightly modded or not, should be able to do it in seven flat or slightly less with a good driver/faster combination (ie, lighter 96-99 SSEi).
Ok, well this is a good comparison. This was with a FRAM air filter. K&N is coming this week. So we shall see the difference.

What did your SSE do it in?
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hah..

is 10 good? I really have nothing to compare to.
For a car like yours i would say thats average but of that age is above average. Looks like shes running pretty good. Now what is the problem with that gauge maxing out when you jumped on the gas? Is that the oil presure?

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Ok, well this is a good comparison. This was with a FRAM air filter. K&N is coming this week. So we shall see the difference.

What did your SSE do it in?
In the mid 9 second range to 10 flat, I guess. Never formally timed it.

K&N filter won't do you much, if anything at all. I actually went back to stock after a while.
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how the hell do you have an rpm gauge....i have a 90 bonnie and no clue what RPM'* im at other than what i can tell from listening
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