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What is the horsepower on a stock 1996 Chevy Impala SS?


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2009-05-02 06:35:42
2009-05-02 06:35:42

The Horsepower of the 1996 Impala SS is 260 rear wheel horsepower.

its not "Rear Wheel Horsepower", because 260 Rear Wheel Horsepower would be pushing like 305 at the crank. but the Horsepower for the 96 SS is 260...

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