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This is a discussion on 07 WRX stage 2 vs. 06 350Z within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Well it was a light to light situation. We didn't have time to get any faster that 60mph or anything. ...

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    Well it was a light to light situation. We didn't have time to get any faster that 60mph or anything. This was also in Colorado Springs, CO. But I remember the guy in the car flipping me off and cussing out his window at me...

    ...Good stuff right there, made my night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacks13ek View Post
    i have an 03 touring Z and with contiextreme all seasons its not TOO bad on snow. I live in new jersey and have been driving it for 2 years in through the little bit of snow we did get. As long as you remember your front heavy and RWD and not a WRX you can get around. But definately be extremely careful and avoid the snow at all costs.
    +1 it really depends on the car tho....i live in NNJ as well....have had my fair share of cars so far....90 300E....99 4cly Accord.....05 WRX currently. Mainly depends on the tires and the driver...you really need to know the area your driving if you wanna drive in the snow...theres places that might even take out a wrx...AWD is great in the get up and go but that doesn't mean it will stop on a dime....

    blacks13ek---where in nj u located?? that also depends on traction....more near the shore its fine get what ever..near me in NNJ its all hills and it snows hails and is a pain to get around in the winter....southern i have no idea...never go down there...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinister View Post
    I am willing to trade my first born child as well... if the first born is not of the gender that you prefer, I will be more than happy to continue trying with the woman until you get the gender you prefer (I personally like the act of "Trying")

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    Comparable, though the Z is a bit quicker by design.
    I owned a G35 for a while, and I've owned 2 WRX's. Once rolling, a stock 2.0 liter WRX would get it's butt kicked by most late model VQ-powered cars. Obviously in a drag race, AWD will be quite an advantage off the line, but I would expect a G to begin to pull on you at some point.
    well my friend just picked up a 350 so i guess i have to race him now....i have an 05 wrx with just an CBE and SRI....waiting to get more money to build an engine...thats why only minor bolt-ons but ya....when it gets nicer out i'll go through it all with the 350....from a stop, 20mph roll, 40mph roll, and 60-130mph...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinister View Post
    I am willing to trade my first born child as well... if the first born is not of the gender that you prefer, I will be more than happy to continue trying with the woman until you get the gender you prefer (I personally like the act of "Trying")

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