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This is a discussion on how do stock WRXs stand up to stealths or 300gts??? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by 4AGTE Well maybe from a roll........especially up top. By the way the heaviest Model was the SL, ...

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    Originally posted by 4AGTE
    Well maybe from a roll........especially up top. By the way the heaviest Model was the SL, which peaked at 3300 LBS in some years, not 3500 LBS
    Right, they trap at 94mph just like the WRX, or in the same area.

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    I cleaned up my car's webpage since it's been getting more interest lately. Mostly the same info & pics, added the mod list.

    I race again on Sunday - shooting for 12.20s. Then the stock turbos go bye-bye and the dual 16g's go on
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    My co-worker has a RT model and I pulled hard on him in rolling race.

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    Originally posted by WRXreX
    My co-worker has a RT model and I pulled hard on him in rolling race.
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