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    Q on a vs.

    200 whp WRX vs. Infiniti Q45 with a CAI.

    Whatcha think?
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    I think it would be a close one.
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    i once went up against a 05 Q45 with my 04 WRX and took it by one car length all the way upto 75mph....then i called it off...

    The Q is fast up top but it cant launch for squat...

    A 200 WHP Wrx will PWN it hands down...go for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluej20
    i once went up against a 05 Q45 with my 04 WRX and took it by one car length all the way upto 75mph....then i called it off...

    The Q is fast up top but it cant launch for squat...

    A 200 WHP Wrx will PWN it hands down...go for it

    Lol, PWN3d is my license plate XD

    But yea, he wimped out and never showed up, ah well.. He was talkign so much about how he was sooo quick
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    You'll house the Q until prolly 125 130, then it will proceed on to like 155 where it's limited, and it'll got from 125 to 155 in the time it takes you to go 125 to 135, and then the owner can chill, eat cheese and crackers, and enjoy his 70k dollar investment. Remember folks, Q is for Quality, wRx is for Rockin' it. In most situations, you'll roll him all the time, but the q has more torque available all the time, so youre power to weight will out accelerate, but it will attain a higher top speed, and maintain it more comfortably(but that's also due to the long wheelbase, but thats a different discussion)
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    Quote Originally Posted by silvewrx
    You'll house the Q until prolly 125 130, then it will proceed on to like 155 where it's limited, and it'll got from 125 to 155 in the time it takes you to go 125 to 135, and then the owner can chill, eat cheese and crackers, and enjoy his 70k dollar investment. Remember folks, Q is for Quality, wRx is for Rockin' it. In most situations, you'll roll him all the time, but the q has more torque available all the time, so youre power to weight will out accelerate, but it will attain a higher top speed, and maintain it more comfortably(but that's also due to the long wheelbase, but thats a different discussion)

    I shut down at 80 most of the time, going over that is a big no-no around here most of the time... If he ever shows up I'll let you know the outcome
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