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Old 07-21-2003, 04:09 PM   #11
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Originally posted by djcontra
A supercharged GTP smoked me silly when I tried to race one recently. This was in my auto-e36 though.
I got freaked out when I hear the supercharger whining after we had launched. I had no idea it was blown when he first approached me, what a shock.
I think if I had raced it in my 5psd with very sticky tires I could have had a chance.
Contra if you could hear the blower then it isn't stock. I had a bonneville ssei and they have identical motor except the GTP has more sprot option and a performance computer as oppose to the tame ssei. I had an intake out of aluminum and let me tell you it sounded fierce. If you can hear the blower being really loud then it is not bone stock but none the less they are quick cars just not as quick as people make them out to be in bone stock trim.
Its all about rolling in the X5 !!!
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