Stg.1 06TR vs. early 70's Ford Falcon
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This is a discussion on Stg.1 06TR vs. early 70's Ford Falcon within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Well I was cruising and this really loud muscle car rolls up next to me. We stop next to each ...

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    Registered User gfred024's Avatar
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    Stg.1 06TR vs. early 70's Ford Falcon

    Well I was cruising and this really loud muscle car rolls up next to me. We stop next to each other at the next light and he starts to power brake and talk s***t about imports and asks me if I want to get raped!! I knew he had some power but I said wtf I have to go especially since he was talking sh**. So the light turns green and he gives me a headstart He couldnt catch up by the next light. So now he is taking me a little more serious. The next light I get a nice launch and murder him because he couldnt hook-up. So at the next light he is mad, we go again and same outcome
    AWD FTW So he sped off angry

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    Ha, love it.
    Tuned by Jorge at P&L, 240.83whp 239.60wtq at 14.8psi on 2.0L with stock td04 (But doesn't run)

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    I respect muscle cars, not their owners (most of the time)
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    well...IMO, or IMI (In My Imagination) WRX's/STi's are still better that Evo's...hands down...despise the facts.........

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    Your lucky it wasn't this Falcon. (mad max FTMFW)
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    One day I hope to buy a car that is lubricated exclusively by pure manatee oil.

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