Saturday, June 04, 2005

Future vehicles at Edmunds

Future vehicles at Edmunds: "hat Edmunds.com Says: Pontiac knows that it has a hot car on its hands, but maintaining that momentum will require frequent upgrades to keep the Solstice competitive. The GXP version should assure plenty of good press well into 2006.

What We Know: A year after the redesigned Solstice comes to market in the fall of 2005, Pontiac is expected to release a high-powered GXP version of its new roadster. The 2007 Solstice GXP will be distinguished primarily through its dual exhaust pipes, more aggressive wheels and tires and more powerful engine. Power will likely come from a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with horsepower in the 200-hp neighborhood. This engine will be mated with a six-speed manual transmission for extra driving pleasure."

Fuel Injector Technical Information - RC Engineering

Fuel Injector Technical Information - RC Engineering
Cheapo Turbo: "suck in! So when your car is boosting, the air will go through these valves into the atmosphere and trick the MAP sensor. "

You CAN be too Rich :: Application Notes

You CAN be too Rich :: Application Notes: "urbo under boost the mixture density raises and results in a faster burning mixture. The closer the peak pressure is to TDC, the higher that peak pressure is, resulting in a high knock probability. Also there is less leverage on the crankshaft for the pressure to produce torque, and, therefore, less power."

Turbochargers - "The Great Equalizer"

Turbochargers - "The Great Equalizer"

Boost Forum - j-body.org - the jbody organization

Boost Forum - j-body.org - the jbody organization

GM Tuner :: Home

GM Tuner :: Home

2006 Pontiac Solstice Roadster

2006 Pontiac Solstice Roadster