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This is a discussion on STi vs e36 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; so i see this 4 door e36 line up next to me at a light, and i really didnt think ...

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    STi vs e36

    so i see this 4 door e36 line up next to me at a light, and i really didnt think he was going to go for it. so i go easy in 1st, shift to 2nd at about 3k...then he mustve heard the bov-like sound (blitz sus) and then nailed it. so i floor it (and granted im making negative boost at this point), and by the end of 2nd, i was even with him, and at the end of 3rd, i was about a car and a half ahead, and pulling slightly. so i shut down. he gave me the nod at the next light. good times.
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    Good race! I want to race an STi to see how badly I get toasted.
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