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pontiac sunfire drag races 13.8 sec quarter mile, all motor, for my friend dave K the legend!

pontiac sunfire does a 13.8 second quarter mile pass at the drag strip, all motor, and my buddy dave K bangs the hell out of some gears!


 


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Replacing Fuel Injectors [Pontiac Sunfire / Chevy Cavalier]
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