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How fast (0-60) is a 1991 Pontiac T/A 5.7

This is a discussion on How fast (0-60) is a 1991 Pontiac T/A 5.7 within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Hi guys Just a simple question: How fast is this car on this link: http://www.autoscout24.ch/AS24Web/De...9&page=1&row=1 0-60? It is stock nd ...

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    How fast (0-60) is a 1991 Pontiac T/A 5.7

    Hi guys

    Just a simple question: How fast is this car on this link:
    http://www.autoscout24.ch/AS24Web/De...9&page=1&row=1

    0-60? It is stock nd clean with just 25000 miles and it's for sale for 6850 bucks! =)

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    Id say if the motor still running strong mid to high 15's maybe low 15's.

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    He asked for 0-60 and you say 15 seconds? I know they can't be that slow. I'm going out on a ledge and assuming 15 seconds is 1/4 mile time.

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    1991 OHV V-8 350/5.7 240@4400 340@3200 TPI
    The 91 Formula was stock at 6.5 (0-60) 14.8 (1/4)
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    thats not a `91

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    Opps my bad im at work and tired yeah i was saying quater mile time 15s. My bad

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    Those times sounds about right for a 240 hp 350 in a lighter 3rd gen... Why do you say no?

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    id guess your avg. run would be around 7 sec. to 60.
    and mid 15's in the 1/4.
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    I had a 91 Z28. I know the Z's pulled 245 hp with the L98 engine. Most magazines posted stock times to be approx. 6.3 sec to 60. I believe the 91 bird had 5 less ponies due to a different air intake or something. Being 5 hp less I'd guesstimate that the bird would run about 6.5 to 6.7 to 60.

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    So than i will earn and save money for a 02 T/A WS6 with T-Tops. ^^ Better choice! Hope i find one! I love this car!

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