97jetta vr6 vs 04/5 STI
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This is a discussion on 97jetta vr6 vs 04/5 STI within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; yeah. this is sad. im not going to pretend it was a real race, or even a made up race. ...

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    97jetta vr6 vs 04/5 STI

    yeah. this is sad. im not going to pretend it was a real race, or even a made up race. this race is so sad and such a "retard trying to play like jordan" moment that im posting it. so i have a stock 97 jetta glx vr6. and Im at 5000ft above sea level. can u say 136hp to the crank? Im saving for an 05 Sti which i expect to buy around august. last night on the wayto the obgym (gym) i stop alongside a silver 05. we pull out from the light and i keep it in 1st slowly accelerating. i notice he hasnt upshifted like a normal human so i figure why not see how much faster a future Sti is than my chick mobile. (lots of chicks own it, not all the chicks it pulls in.) i punch it in 1st at about 3500 and take it up to 6500, as soon as i shift he pulls even harder. talk about bus lengths. lol and more shifting it would get horribly worse. so good kill for him, i lost duh, and nice to see what i can expect in augaust.

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    This is kind of funny, my wife drives a vr6 jetta, I have an 05 sti and I use to have a 03 sv650. Almost the same garage as you. You will love the sti, the smooth torque of the vr6 is nice, but just wait to august.
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    you're just missing a letter and that jetta would be killer...

    you need a vr6t
    Why do I have to slow down for the WRX? Just because everyone says it's faster doesn't mean I Have to let it win, does it?

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