Heh...lost to a Lincolin Town Car
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    Registered User brembo's Avatar
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    Heh...lost to a Lincolin Town Car

    Yep, he goosed it off the line, and hosed me. I had 6 total people in the car, and was sitting at the light. The guy revved his land yacht, friends were like "uhhhh, Dan, I think this guy wants to go.." So light turns green, I take off easy, like normal traffic, and the Town Car gets on it...heh. I lined up with him again at the next light, told my passengers to hold on, and did a good launch this time. With close to 1000 pounds extra weight I still showed him the tail-lights of the WRX. The poor guy in the hatch was ticked something fierce, but I just ran it up to 45. Prolly not to smart to be assing off in traffic with that many people in the car. Town car guy smiled as he passed, I guess he just wanted to see the little car go
    2003 WRB Wagon. Vishnu Stage 2(VF30). DBA 5010's/steel lines/Carbotech Bobcat pads, MRT topmount. Tein coilovers, 22/24 mm sways, ALK....I'M DONE!!!!!!

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    I'm not trying to be a pain about this but you really shouldn't be racing with 6 people in a WRX. If there was an accident, the guy in the hatch could be in real trouble. I realize that you only went to 45mph, but I would be careful with other people in the car.
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    "land yacht" haha

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