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Old 03-09-2002, 09:06 PM
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Smile Hello to all, don't hate me....

I love the discussion going on. Although I'm no longer or should I say, at present time building a street or strip car, I feel at home. I do have a current project though, it's a 1994 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi. At least it came factory with a Super Charged V-6(stop laughing). I will be going over the whole car, a 1 year project at least. The engine will be overhauled and will be putting out around 300hp/290bhp when finished. I can't go much higher due to transaxle limitations and I want to keep the stock computer.
Just to let you no that my past is ok with you guys I have rodded a '66 Chevelle, '68 Mustang, '71 Monte Carlo, '76 monte Carlo and I built a tough as nails '78 Full size 4x4. My eyes are set on my mother-in-laws '89 Camaro RS. So you can see that I'm not all that bad of a guy

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Old 03-10-2002, 02:36 AM
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Sounds like a good project! Might be fun to use it to blow off riceburners!!
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Old 03-10-2002, 09:05 AM
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Hey DU welcome to the board!! Having driven a few of them thar blowed family sedans,not a bad project. Hey i still roll the old 90 supercoupe(blowed t-bird) out of the garage at nite and go kill a few 5.0 stangs.(most of my hot rod buddys dont even know i own anything that new LOL)The V-6's with a blower are a lot of fun.Neat little sleeper.At least your keepin your hands dirty and keepin up with tech.I think Roy would love to see yah swap that motor into a.......well something!! LOL
Good Luck dont let the RS sneak away!!
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Old 03-12-2002, 10:26 AM
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I say pull the SSEI badges off and watch the faces of the ricers as you smoke them!!!
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Anything that a ricer will think will be slow and then beats him is an awesome thing to do.I personally would like to buy an omni glh(lol).Or else turbo charge the ole reliant with the daytonas turbo.So keep up the good work and i hope it all works out for you.

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Old 03-18-2002, 04:45 AM
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Gotta 96 Riv thats supercharged. The Rice looked twice when that bird flyes off the line. My Babys a 37Dodge business coupe tottin a 30 over 400sbc. Been workin on her for 3yrs now, a piece here n a piece there. Low bucks the word here, no deep pockets, no sir. Latter guys n gals
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