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- 04-06-13 03:49 PM #1
What do you get when you add 1: part 6.0 LQ9 Escalade to 1: part Box Impala ???
- 04-06-13 05:56 PM #2
I would like to see an 82-89 Fleetwood Brougham with the 6.0 engine in it. Those cars never really had a chance because they were so slow.
- 04-06-13 06:14 PM #3
I have a neighbor with a '65 Fleetwood that he built a 500 cu in Cadillac motor for...mild cam..head wok. Made 450 horse on the Dyno with 500 ft lbs torque. With the Turbo 400 beefed up it runs strong. The big weak spot in his car is the brakes. The car will run 125~130 in a blink but it' scary as hell ...if he had to stop...oh well...find a BIG field to slow down in.LOL
- 04-06-13 07:40 PM #4Originally Posted by YoshiMan
My 79 Chrysler cordoba has 100 and something hp stock thanks to the EPA which the 5.2 could crank out a lot more hp then it does now if tuned right
- 04-07-13 10:39 PM #5
My 75' with the emission era 500 actually does get up and go pretty well, but yeah, same story, the thing takes a football field to stop!
And Yeah, the EPA screwed Cadillac in the 1980s. The wretched HT4100 in the full size RWDs was painful. Though From 91 and up they got back on their game, the 4.9 was a hell of an engine! I would of liked to see how the Cadillac lineup would of been from 77 and up if they were never forced to downsize and put tiny engines in them
- 04-07-13 11:15 PM #6Originally Posted by YoshiMan
It is also a hard to stop car due to it being so heavy(gvwr 5600 pounds)
- 04-08-13 04:07 AM #7
Oh sorry, I wasn;t calling it weak, didn't intend to imply that.
The car my parents had when i was growing up was an 84' Toyota "van" with the 2.0 OHV engine. I think that thing was the slowest vehicle on the face of the planet.. seating for 7, dual air conditioners, and a whopping 80 something horsepower. Funny that in the brochure it shows it towing a boat! YEAH RIGHT! I wish it were still around though, lots of nostalgic childhood memories in that van...
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