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EXPERT AUTOSTATS Ver. 4.5.

1w Copyright 2005 - All Rights Reserved DOUGHTY & POWERS ENGINEERING, LLC 328 65TH STREET TUSCALOOSA AL 35405-6495 09-08-2008 2006 PONTIAC SOLSTICE 2DR ROADSTER 2860 lbs. Front: 53 % 3290 lbs. 4 REAR Inches 157 95 to to to to to Front Axle Front of Front Well Front of Hood Base of Windshield Top of Windshield Axle of Rear Well of Trunk of Rear Window 31 16 12 55 78 31 16 4 42 Feet 13.08 7.92 2.58 1.33 1.00 4.58 6.50 2.58 1.33 0.33 3.50 Meters 3.99 2.41 0.79 0.41 0.30 1.40 1.98 0.79 0.41 0.10 1.07 1297 kg. Rear: 47 % 1492 kg.

CURB WEIGHT: Curb Weight Distribution Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: Number of Tires on Vehicle: Drive Wheels: HORIZONTAL DIMENSIONS Total Length Wheelbase: Front Front Front Front Front Rear Rear Rear Rear Bumper Bumper Bumper Bumper Bumper

Bumper Bumper Bumper Bumper

to to to to

Rear Rear Rear Base

WIDTH DIMENSIONS Maximum Width Front Track Rear Track VERTICAL DIMENSIONS Height Ground to: Front Bumper (Top) Headlight - center Hood - top front Base of windshield Rear Bumper - top Trunk - top rear Base of rear window Inches 50 20 27 29 35 23 35 38 Feet 4.17 1.67 2.25 2.42 2.92 1.92 2.92 3.17 Meters 1.27 0.51 0.69 0.74 0.89 0.58 0.89 0.97 71 61 62 5.92 5.08 5.17 1.80 1.55 1.57

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EXPERT AUTOSTATS 2006 PONTIAC SOLSTICE INTERIOR DIMENSIONS Front Seat Shoulder Width Front Seat to Headliner Front Leg - seatback to floor (max) Rear Seat Shoulder Width Rear Seat to Headliner Rear Leg - seatback to floor (min) Inches 52 37 44 ___ ___ ___ Feet 4.33 3.08 3.67 __.__ __.__ __.__ 2DR ROADSTER

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Meters 1.32 0.94 1.12 _.__ _.__ _.__

Seatbelts: 3pt LAP & SHOULDER - front, None or Unknown - rear Airbags: FRONT SEAT AIRBAGS STEERING DATA Turning Circle (Diameter) Steering Ratio: 16.40:1 Wheel Radius: Tire Size (OEM): P245/45R18 ACCELERATION & BRAKING INFORMATION Brake Type: ALL DISC ABS System: ALL WHEEL ABS - OPTIONAL Braking, 60 mph -> 0 (Hard pedal, no skid, dry pavement): d = 114 ft t = 2.6 sec. a =-33.9 ft/sec/sec G-force = -1.05 ACCELERATION: 0->30 mph 0->60 mph 45->65 mph t = t = t = 2.2 sec. 7.2 sec. 4.2 sec. a = 20.0 ft/sec/sec a = 12.2 ft/sec/sec a = 7.0 ft/sec/sec 5spd MANUAL G-force = G-force = G-force = 0.62 0.38 0.22 420 13 35.00 1.08 10.67 0.33

Transmission Type: NOTES:

Federal Bumper Standard Requirements = This vehicles Rated Bumper Strength:

2.5 MPH 2.5 mph

N.S.D.C.

= 2006 - 2007 S/N:05R-920310AA03001

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EXPERT AUTOSTATS 2006 PONTIAC SOLSTICE OTHER INFORMATION TIP-OVER STABILITY RATIO = 1.50 NHTSA Star Rating (calculated) CENTER OF GRAVITY (No Load): Inches behind front axle Inches in front of rear axle Inches from side of vehicle Inches from ground Inches from front corner Inches from rear corner Inches from front bumper Inches from rear bumper = = = = = = = = STABLE ***** 2DR ROADSTER

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44.65 50.35 35.50 20.42 83.57 88.76 75.65 81.35 1739.80 1682.40 364.80 = = = = = 36.9 7.9 16.1 29.5 25.9 lb-ft-sec^2 lb-ft-sec^2 lb-ft-sec^2 deg deg deg deg deg

MOMENTS OF INERTIA APPROXIMATIONS (No Load): YAW MOMENT OF INERTIA = PITCH MOMENT OF INERTIA = ROLL MOMENT OF INERTIA = FRONT PROFILE INFORMATION ANGLE FRONT BUMPER TO HOOD FRONT ANGLE FRONT OF HOOD TO WINDSHIELD BASE ANGLE FRONT OF HOOD TO WINDSHIELD TOP ANGLE OF WINDSHIELD ANGLE OF STEERING TIRES AT MAX TURN FIRST APPROXIMATION CRUSH FACTORS:

Speed Equivalent (mph) of Kinetic Energy (KE) used in causing crush or indentation may be evaluated using the following formula, the appropriate Crush Factor (CF), and Maximum Indentation Depth (MID), in feet: V(mph) = Sqr root of (30 * CF * MID) KE Equivalent Speed (Front/Rear/Side) Bullet vehicle IMPACT SPEED estimation based on TARGET VEHICLE damage ONLY (Tested for Rear/Side Impact only) = 21 CF = 27 CF

These CF values are based upon analysis of NHTSA Barrier Crash data, and from over 1000 vehicle accidents where independant evaluation of speed was possible. (These are NOT 'A', 'B', 'C', or 'G' values) The Rear Impact data with more than 2-3 inches of crush damage should be looked at carefully, since some vehicles have very weak trunk & fender strength. Therefore, on some cars, esp. GM, your estimate from the rear crush data may be high by as much as 4-5 mph (on a crush of 18 inches). Reg. To: DOUGHTY & POWERS ENGINEERING, L S/N:05R-920310AA03001