Supercharged Accelerations Saturn Ion Redline

**Update - Edited out some of the less exciting parts (will try to get some better video with my Nikon D5100 soon)** Use headphones if you can, filmed it with my iPhone so not the best audio quality. Compilation of some good sounding accelerations in my 2005 Saturn Ion Redline with the Supercharger in the background. Filmed with both a windshield mount and Miveu-X chest mount. 2.0L Ecotec LSJ Supercharged engine 2.5" pulley, K&N air filter. Also has Sprint lowering springs, Hurst short throw shifter, and K40 dual radar detectors. Music: MoonlightGriefing- Devon Hanna, Trancing- Infyuthsion.

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Saturn Ion Red Line 2003
In production from 2004 through the 2007 Model Year, Saturn produced the Red Line Sport Compact[7][8] This engine/powertrain combination is also shared with the Chevy Cobalt SS Supercharged Edition, which did not start production until the 2005 model year. The Ion Red Line features most interior features from the standard Ion Coupe, including its rear suicide doors, to allow accessibility to the rear seat.[9] The Ion Red Line is an overlooked GM performance car, as the Saturn brand was not marketed as selling high-performance vehicles. The Red Line claims a 0–60 mph time of 6.0 seconds, and a 1/4 mile time of 14.1 seconds. GM Performance re-tuned the spring and bushing rates, and reduced the ride height by about 10 mm, and added larger 4-wheel disc brakes. The car was also equipped with 17-inch forged alloy wheels and Dunlop Sport SP9000 215/45 tires, thicker performance sway bars, re-valved shock absorbers, and Recaro racing seats. The larger disc brakes made the Red Line capable of decelerating from 70 mph in 164 ft., what John Phillips of Car and Driver Magazine described as "Porschey territory". Also included was a 2.25 inch Exhaust system with a chrome-tipped pipe that allowed for a more aggressive Exhaust note from the tailpipe and added GM's OnStar System. The Ion Red Line was introduced with a base price of $20,950.[10][11] Introduced for the 2005 model year was the optional Competition Package. Included in the Competition Package were 17" Gunmetal Painted Alloy Rims, Ladder Tachometer w/ shift lights, a Limited Slip Differential, and Optional Projector-beam Fog Lamps.[12] In mid-2006, GM released two Engine Kit upgrades for both the Ion Red Line and the Cobalt SS. The Stage 1 Kit retailed for around $500 USD, and included higher-flow fuel injectors and a recalibration to the ECU to increase the horsepower by 31 hp to 236 hp and 205 lb·ft. of torque, up from the stock 205 hp and 200 lb·ft. The Stage 2 Kit retailed for around $750 and opens up the middle of the power curve to more power than the Stage 1 Kit alone. In addition to everything that the Stage 1 Kit comes with, the Stage 2 Kit includes a smaller drive belt and pulley for the Supercharger, bringing the engine up to 241 hp and 218 lb·ft. of torque. GM did release a Stage 1 to Stage 2 Upgrade kit that retailed for $400. This Upgrade Kit is for a Red Line with the Stage 1 kit already installed. This Upgrade Kit adds the Stage 2 elements and increases the horsepower from 236 hp to 241 hp.[13] On October 17, 2003 at the Bonneville Salt Fats in Utah, the Saturn Ion Red Line, piloted by the GM Performance Division's "Saturn Land Speed Record Project" set a new land-speed record in the "G/Blown Fuel Altered" Class at 212.684 mph. This exceeded the previous record holder of 183.086 mph that was set in 2001.[14] S634