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Couple questions!

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Old 01-19-2007, 11:33 PM
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[align=left] Hey guys, not sure if any of you have seen me around, i'm new, but anyways, does anyone know any performance statistics of 2002+ Blazers ( 4door 4wd ), things like 0-60, quarter mile, etc? My current car is for sale, when it sells i'll be looking for a Blazer ( yay ), i'm not asking for reasons why or why not to purchase a Blazer, i'm just a curious guy, i'm not buying a 4door 4wd SUV for speed anyways heheh, anyways, if anyone knows any that'd be great, thanks : ) ~
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( p.s, sorry if this is the wrong forum, this may be an 'off topic' topic )

No one? : (
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Old 01-21-2007, 11:21 PM
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not fast enough to be worth takingto the track.

prolly 15-16 1/4 im guessing.......only 190 horse
 
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Old 01-26-2007, 02:01 AM
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i would say mid to low 17s and if its you first couple runs maybe 18s. It takes alot to run a good 1/4 mile and i always try and think as realistic as possible. Im pretty sure my chipped silverado would only run 15.5-16 on the qtr and i would have a hard time seeing a 4dr 4wd blazer doing much better. i do know that my blazer was able to keep up with a '94 saturn SL2 on a little highway run and beat him in a race 0-60 aswell, but then again it has 130k on it and burns some serious oil. i wouldnt expect much stock but it wont disappoint you if you just need a daily driver. just my opinion correct me guys if you think differently.
 
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Old 03-02-2007, 02:03 AM
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ya....15 or 16 would be purdy darn quick now that i think about it....I just got an 07 santa fe with a 3.3l part time awd. of course its not to keep, just a rental while my baby is gettin fixed.

But dayum! this thing is waaaaaaay quicker than my 4.3

has that 'manual' automatic where you just press the shifter up or down to shift.......I LOVE IT lol.........ya...its sad i know.......
 
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Old 03-02-2007, 04:45 AM
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Heh yeah the new santa fe has some pretty good power, 242hp ~ 226tq... not bad for a hyundai if you ask me...
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Old 03-02-2007, 12:17 PM
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not bad at all......nice interior too
 
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