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Old 04-23-2006, 01:36 PM   #11
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That heavy car would pull those kind of numbers...wow
Its not as heavy as you think

Most likely my 95 SE weighs more

DJ, what trans is your 403 attached to? Turbo 350, Turbo 400 or 700 R4... And if memory serves its specific to Olds and or may have the double bolt patteren correct?

Very nice tho...

I would love to see it run at Bithlo... I never have weekends off tho

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That heavy car would pull those kind of numbers...wow
Its not as heavy as you think

Most likely my 95 SE weighs more

DJ, what trans is your 403 attached to? Turbo 350, Turbo 400 or 700 R4... And if memory serves its specific to Olds and or may have the double bolt patteren correct?

Very nice tho...

I would love to see it run at Bithlo... I never have weekends off tho
The trans will have to have a BOP (buick-olds-pontiac) bolt pattern on the bellhousing. My guess is is on th400, as i believe that was what came with the 403 in the trans am (where he got it from, it seems)

Nice car, good to see the 403 being used as something other than a boat anchor. Though I still believe it has no purpose in a trans-am Poncho motors are the only thing meant to be in a poncho. I'm sure that thing surprises the hell out of a lot of people.
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It is really great to see people restoring and modding the older Bonnys and I'll bet that sleeper really wakes up when ya want it too. Had a Cutlass that looked very similar to yours( and sold it to a junk yard....(perfect body?blown engine) for $400 in trade parts The cars I let go in the last 30 years..................Nice work and hope we see numbers on your ride
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lol... I like the Turbo 400, but it takes a bit to turn the internals... The 400 is a hell bent trans

I have seen a very limited few with the double bolt pattern that could fit say a Chevy or Olds... lol

The Olds 307 and 403 were interesting engines to me as I never paid any attention to them untill a few years ago when a freind ended up working on quite a few of the 307'*... Even stuffed a 403 into an 83 Gran Prix...

But at the same time as much as the Olds 307 and 403 intrigue me, I still love my chevy engines..

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Dude, that is killer. But, a modded STi running 12s?
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But, a modded STi running 12s?
uhh ya why not....
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But, a modded STi running 12s?
uhh ya why not....
My uncle has an un-modded WRX, non STi, that has to run 12s.
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My uncle has an un-modded WRX, non STi, that has to run 12s.

I doubt it. . .
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Looks clean to me. Interior still in good condition? I'd like to see what types of numbers it puts up as well.
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My uncle has an un-modded WRX, non STi, that has to run 12s.

I doubt it. . .
me too, because i have a friend that has one, and i had riddin in it and it doesn't do 12'*, that a low 14'* MAYBE maybe HIGH 13'* car stock, and modding cant get to 13'* and even more modded easy 12'* then. but stock NO WAY 12'*
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