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    Thumbs up SRT-4 runs 9.01@157mph

    http://www.srtforums.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1017

    WOW...that is one fast SRT-4!!! lol

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    Was it in street trim like the EZ street WRX?
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    i think thats a fully built fwd drag car

    825 hp through the front wheels would be a challenge to control, to say the least, on the street.
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    Has to be strait drag, with the block filled with epoxy for strength it wont run long before it over heats.

    Damn neat though.

    sounds kinda like the 4 banger top fueler that was in SSC a year or so ago. Solid billet block made close to 4K HP, if my mind is working today.

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    not doubting the block, i just like to see video of these things, i guess there's been so many videos lately, i'm kinda spoiled, hehe. or heck, at least a time slip

    but then again, it's a purpose built motor.....still waiting on a streetable one to go in the 11's, which i would guess isn't too far away
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    Originally posted by capt'n'caveman

    but then again, it's a purpose built motor.....still waiting on a streetable one to go in the 11's, which i would guess isn't too far away
    As soon as the mopar staged upgrades hit the market, we should see these. The aftermarket upgrades will yeild nothing compared to the factory stuff. Stage 2 should be good for 275 *rated* hp, but we've seen how PVO rates themselves. I'm betting on at least 275 at the wheels, and over 300lb/ft.
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    Originally posted by Butterfingers
    Was it in street trim like the EZ street WRX?

    From what I have seen this is a drag car set up for the strip. It is not street legal.

    Unlike the many 9 sec Supras/ Eclipse that run low 9s in street legal trim.

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    Well you can buy the package from them that will get you to around 10 flat and that is streetable and still has all the interior intact and such.

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    well i am betting soon after the installs on upgrades, there goes the warranty as well as the eng...not to many stock blocks can run 10's and still be streetable... left leg clutch must look like thigh size will see once these cars get out a little more and parts start getting put on... nerver underestimate the competion though... just have to see for myself i guess...

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    id hate to run that guy on the freeway! 157!!! yikes
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    at the end of the day, its still a NEON........
    And we have subarus................

    I think they are damn fast, but no history and tradition like the Scooby

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    Meh

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    well i am betting soon after the installs on upgrades, there goes the warranty
    Understatment of the year.

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    Originally posted by skoobywrx
    at the end of the day, its still a NEON........
    And we have subarus................

    I think they are damn fast, but no history and tradition like the Scooby
    Congrats, you just earned the dumb comment of the night award.

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