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This is a discussion on Stock WRX wagon vs. Mustang GT within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by smokey Damn, congrats on the STI (when it comes in)! I'm sure you'll enjoy the hell out ...

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    Originally posted by smokey
    Damn, congrats on the STI (when it comes in)! I'm sure you'll enjoy the hell out of it.
    Thanks...and I will enjoy it. Just wait for the videos to get posted after I break it in...

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    Mustangs are slow. Stock mustangs run as fast as a WRX.
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    Originally posted by ForPointSex
    Mustangs are slow. Stock mustangs run as fast as a WRX.
    Damn, what the hell do you run? I'm no Mustang afficianado, but I do know that 3.73 gears and pulleys help a bit Sweet car..any pics of it?
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    Wow, good kill. I happen to own both and find them to be absolutely equal when it comes to quickness. Much rather be in my wagon in the canyons here though (especially in winter )
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    Stock Mustang GT, WRX, and ITR all have similar 1/4 numbers in mid 14s for expert drivers. For the rest of us, WRX has traction advantage off the line. Mustang is likely to have mad wheelspin. An auto GT or WRX would be much slower though.

    A stock 350Z does low 14s, but if you get the jump on one, you could beat it.

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    Originally posted by rayray
    Its all in the nut behind the steering wheel, I think. My 93 lx 5.0 turned quicker times stock for stock than my wagon, but every car (and driver) is different.
    Hmm, I wondered how fast the 5.0 was compared to the GTs. I spanked one (STX mod class) by a couple of seconds at the track a couple of weeks ago in my D-stock ITR on street tires and this was a lower speed, highly torque dependent track.
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    I never took my car to the track. But If I could drive it, maybe I could pull off mid to high 13's. Oh, my car looks totally stock so there's nothing too look at.
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    really depends what kind of mustang gt it was, if it was any of the older models, not the current or the past recent one, then you could easily take them. But those 300 hp 'stangs are no joke in straight line power, 'cept in the rain of course. take one of those down anytime in wet conditions.
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    Holy 3-year-old post, Batman! Of course, I have an STi now, just so you know.

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