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    I realize this is an ION and not a Cobalt, but, they are mechanical twins. The little Ion will scoot.
    http://www.dpccars.com/car-movies/08...IonRedline.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by goBoating
    I realize this is an ION and not a Cobalt, but, they are mechanical twins. The little Ion will scoot.
    http://www.dpccars.com/car-movies/08...IonRedline.htm
    thanks for the compliment, but for some reason stock for stock we run faster than ions do
    STOCK

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    Nice. Who'da thunk it in a Saturn?
    2006 Black STI - stock
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    Musty-stanks suck. You don't need a spoiler like the STI's in a musty-stank, just open the window and let your mullet produce the downforce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16lb'O'Boost
    thanks for the compliment, but for some reason stock for stock we run faster than ions do
    Yeah. That's what the Saturns say, also ;-P

    Either way, ION or Cobalt, those are pretty good little platforms to start with and with a smaller SC pulley and a little engine management, you get alot of performance for the buck.

    Enjoy!

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    Well, I went to the dyno today.

    230.6 whp @ 6,400 rpm
    208.7 wtq @ 3,900 rpm (180 wtq @2,200 rpm)
    Max boost 14.3 psi (thats because of the altitude, 6800 ft. If I was at sea level I'd see 18-19 psi)
    Afr was in the mid 11's at redline
    75 deg. and I dont know the humidity
    My IAT2 temp (temp after blower and inter/after cooler) was 170-180! I need a bigger H/E!

    All in all, Im happy. It isn't as high as Id like but for altitude and no tuning its pretty damn good. I wish I had a baseline to go off of though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16lb'O'Boost
    thanks for the compliment, but for some reason stock for stock we run faster than ions do
    I always thought it was the other way around. Whatever, its not more than a tenth if that either way.

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