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05-21-2006 12:51 PM
Siggy_Freud There comes a point when adding weight for traction becomes pointless, as the weight raises your ET's as much as not hooking up.
05-21-2006 12:20 PM
Good Frosty I've seen too many mini-trucks with the bed crammed full of hoses and air-tanks at car-shows... Thats got to be a decent amount of extra-weight. Might help with traction, but....

Eh, I don't know.

-GF
05-21-2006 02:35 AM
Nightrider
Quote:
Originally Posted by techinspector1
Short answer yes, have you read about the Bose suspension system...fantastic....
Oh,mother****er,this thing is real???
05-20-2006 11:53 PM
njbloodline666 http://www.bose.com/controller?event...lenge.jsp&ck=0


WOW!!!!! that bose suspension is amazing...watch the videos
05-20-2006 11:31 PM
techinspector1 Short answer yes, have you read about the Bose suspension system...fantastic....
05-20-2006 01:33 PM
Nightrider
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Originally Posted by weirdbeard
Its a Nissan well really an Infinity Q45. Its rear wheel drive with a 6 speed auto, 4.5 liter v8 that puts out over 300 horses and over 320lb-ft. It tops out at 180mph. Its a sleeper for sure!
Nissan...hm...heh.

To Good Frosty:
Some argumentations would be nice.
05-20-2006 11:08 AM
weirdbeard
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Originally Posted by Nightrider
Umm...what is it, Q45?
Its a Nissan well really an Infinity Q45. Its rear wheel drive with a 6 speed auto, 4.5 liter v8 that puts out over 300 horses and over 320lb-ft. It tops out at 180mph. Its a sleeper for sure!
05-20-2006 11:02 AM
Good Frosty Air-Bags can be performers, but Hydraulics....eh...thats more for cruisers and stuff. Plus there is 50 sq. ft. or plumbing and hoses and canisters.

-GF
05-20-2006 10:50 AM
Nightrider
Quote:
Originally Posted by weirdbeard
What kind of hydraulic suspension are we talking about? My friend has a Q45 with a self leveling hydraulic suspension. It handles like a super car! But a west side jumping hydraulic suspension system weights to much for a muscle car.
Umm...what is it, Q45?
05-19-2006 07:20 AM
weirdbeard What kind of hydraulic suspension are we talking about? My friend has a Q45 with a self leveling hydraulic suspension. It handles like a super car! But a west side jumping hydraulic suspension system weights to much for a muscle car.
05-19-2006 06:57 AM
Nightrider
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Originally Posted by home brew
As short as possible: Yes, depending of coarse on your definition of high performance.
As short as possible:on level of modern muscle(at least).
05-18-2006 11:20 PM
home brew As short as possible: Yes, depending of coarse on your definition of high performance.
05-18-2006 10:34 PM
Nightrider
Hydraulics

As short as possible:car with hydraulic suspension can be high-performance car?

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