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This is a discussion on Mustang ... within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I was going to the gym this morning and a black early-90s Mustang was behind me getting on the interstate. ...

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    I was going to the gym this morning and a black early-90s Mustang was behind me getting on the interstate. SO as soon as we got clear of the on ramp he rolled up next to me and punched it ... then slowed down. It was pretty clear up ahead so we got next to each other and slow to about 40 then he just floors it. I wasn't far behind and proceeded to gain on him, pass him and then put a car or three on him by the time I got into fourth. He was cool and gave me the thumbs up.

    I am really really trying not to race with gas prices so high, but it's just too tempting sometimes.

    Really though, this is all made up anyway, so who cares.
    WRX 2004 Cobb Stage II (91) w/Helix DP ... 13.8@96.

    I need an uppipe and an exhaust!

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    yeah its sad, even healthy mid 90s gt's are only low 15s. not alone the wear and tear of being 15+ yrs old.
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    yeah keep it under 3K rpm's and save that fuel. At least he gave you a thumbs up
    Chuck Norris' tears cure cancer. Too bad he has never cried.

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