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    Registered User Lt. Boom Stick's Avatar
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    I seriously question some of these numbers too.

    Just doesnt make much sense, I mean the SRT-4 is a good car but something is off....stupid computer generated stats.

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    As for the topic, doesn't a magazine out there like C&D or MT test cars for this type of timed acceleration?
    C/D does.

    SRT

    0-30 - 2.3 sec
    40 - 3.4
    50 - 4.5
    60 - 5.6
    70 - 7.5
    80 - 9.1
    90 - 11.0
    100 - 13.8
    110 - 16.8
    120 - 20.0
    130 - 26.2

    I don't have the original WRX full test to compare. But yes, our top end is much quicker than yours, due to monster torque and correct gearing. 4th Gear is good till 120 or so.

    Note that the numbers the computer dreamed up are only slightly faster than actual tests. If the same is true for it's guess on the WRX, then the comparison is generally accurate.
    Last edited by ebbtide; 06-23-2003 at 11:58 AM.
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    13.585 @ 102.88 *Stage 1*

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    Originally posted by ebbtide
    C/D does.

    SRT

    0-30 - 2.3 sec
    40 - 3.4
    50 - 4.5
    60 - 5.6
    70 - 7.5
    80 - 9.1
    90 - 11.0
    100 - 13.8
    110 - 16.8
    120 - 20.0
    130 - 26.2
    From the site: (actually a lot closer than I tought!)

    0-30 mph 1.90 s
    0-40 mph 3.34 s
    0-50 mph 4.30 s
    0-60 mph 5.34 s
    0-70 mph 7.39 s
    0-80 mph 8.84 s
    0-90 mph 10.76 s
    0-100 mph 14.00 s
    0-110 mph 16.72 s
    0-120 mph 19.96 s
    0-130 mph 26.30 s

    Originally posted by ebbtide
    4th Gear is good till 120 or so.
    I've been at 125mph at 4700RPM in 4th.
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    No, cause at 90 4th is at 4k. but I was wrong, C&D says 4th is good till 131 at 6k rpm..
    2003 Dodge SRT-4 Black
    221 whp/ 241 wtrq *Stock*
    13.585 @ 102.88 *Stage 1*

    "Nothing gives you such a sense of the infinite as stupidity"

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    i gotta admit. i hated the neons.. until i saw the srt... its looks ok!~ i still yet got to race one.. sigh... only then i can prove myself.. =) nice car dudes- drizze99 and ebbtide
    "All the auto WRXs I've driven (alot, I work at a dealership) give me enough time to make a peanut butter and jelly sammich before they hit boost." - Rancid

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    Thumbs up to MOPAR. I would trade on one if I wasn't in Colorado. I love camping in my wagon.
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