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Alright, can we get some times going in here, I know it's been done before, but it would be nice to have them all in the same place...As we "agree" on the times, I will update this first post with them. We're talking stock or at least near stock. I know they're some weight differences between trims, let's try to get ones we can agree on anyways :)

<Car Model and Style>
<0-60 - 1/4>
<Manual or Automatic>

G1 2.5L Sedan
Manual x.x - x/x Seconds
Automatic x.x - x/x Seconds

G1 2.7L Coupe
Manual 8.1 - 15.8 Seconds
Automatic 8.6 - 16.1 Seconds

G1 2.7L Sedan
Manual x.x - x/x Seconds
Automatic x.x - x/x Seconds

G2 Type1 Coupe
Manual x.x - x/x Seconds
Automatic x.x - x/x Seconds

G2 Type2 Coupe
Manual 6.7 - 15.1 Seconds
Automatic 7.3 - 15.7 Seconds

G2 Type1 Sedan
Manual 7.9 - 15.9 Seconds
Automatic x.x - x/x Seconds

G2 Type2 Sedan (GS)
Manual 7.3 - 15.5 Seconds
Automatic x.x - x.x Seconds

Post your #s! Sources if you have 'em too...or anything you disagree with...TCS off for those that it applies to
 

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Is GTECH accurate for times, I do have 15.8 listed as the 1/4. 15.6 would put it almost exactly with the 6-Speed GS Sedan...I thought the GS would be faster than the G1, even with the weight factor, anyone have any idea?
 

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RICDOGG said:
88 2.7 Sedan - Manual

Car Weight without driver & <2gallons of fuel: 2995lbs

15.6 @ 88mph

hit 15.6 on three occasions last year.
Best run in 2002 is [email protected] (10 runs this year, No NOS)

Mods were: Intake & B/M Fuel Pressure Regulator

0-60: 7.75 seconds (Per GTECH)
RICDOGG ON THE LINE LAST WEDNESDAY AT SAC RACEWAY...
 

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G2 Type I Sedan

0-60 7.9-8.1s
1/4 miles 16.1 s

Source: road and track (I think)
 
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