<meekly raises my hand>I wonder how many 4th gen f-bodies are still stock.
Mine was a showroom 12.7 second car. Still have it w/ 186K, bent a push rod and rocker so its sitting until i get around to fixing it.13.4 @ 107.6 here, 1998 WS6 with a poor driver and being the slowest of the LS1s. By end of model run (2002) they were knocking on the 12s if not already in them... there were a few cars capable of high 12s straight out of the showroom from what we saw at various tracks across the continent.
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE lowered black f-bodies with TT2's!!!!! Your's looks awesome in your sig picMine was a showroom 12.7 second car. Still have it w/ 186K, bent a push rod and rocker so its sitting until i get around to fixing it.
dyno'd over 355 rwd w/ a k&n and flowmasters....true story very few believe me, but i kept it but the car was awesome.
Also, the September issue of Car Craft talks about all 3 generations of the Hemi. They compare each to the other. Also make it VERY CLEAR that YES, the new Hemi is in fact a TRUE HEMI. If it's not, they will eat their hat.in the august issue of I believe it was hot rod, they did a whole article about the new hemi's and said that there is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much power just waiting to wake up as soon as we can find a way to well, kill HAL lol. I can't WAIT!
I think the HEMI has got the same potential as the LS motors. There will be CAM/Head N/A monsters as well as big hp FI cars. Is the Hemi goning to lay waste to everything and dominate the street? IMO I don't think the new HEMI has any inherent advantage over Fords blown V8's or GM's LSx motors.Just imagine how much ass these SRT8's are going to kick when we get all the aftermarket stuff!!!!!!!!!! It is going to be crazy!