06 impala ss, stock to stock.
1996 Impala large sedan, V8 motor 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206
The 1996 Chevy impala ss
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I am a 1995 Chevy impala ss owner and you can fit 24" rims on your impala not only 24s but also 26" rims with the factory suspension idk about newer models after 1996 but 1995 to 1996 you can fit 24s to 26s on without lift kit.
Impala SS = 306 bhp for about 3800 lbs Charger R/T = 360bhp for about 4000 lbs If both are stock, I'd take the Charger - easily. 1996 impala ss had 260 horse and the new charger R/T has 345 horse so the charger should walk the dog over the chevy.
Yes, it does
I have a 1996 F-150 XLT with a 302 cubic inch 5.0 . Stock , they come with 200 horsepower and about 270 lbs of torque .
the 1996 makes 20 on the dyno and 27 at the crank
The camero will be faster if both are stock
17 city / 25 highway.....
It has a 22 gallon tank.
Yes because the impala has a better engine with more horsepower and torque ratio. But if the Bonneville is an sses and its supercharged then i don't know,
Front wheel drive. The last rear wheel drive Impala made was the Impala SS in 1996.
The Mustang was not available in a 4.6L option until 1996. It was either the 2.3L 4-cylinder, or the 5.0L 8 cylinder GT option. Stock horsepower on the 2.3L motor was 85. Stock horsepower on the 5.0L motor was 225.
Yes. Bolts right in.
350 CU. IN.
Open the hood, and its right there behind the left headlight.
It is on the side of the transmission were the shift cable hooks to it.