Stock Evo vs. lightly modded WRX (Timeslip)
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    Stock Evo vs. lightly modded WRX (Timeslip)

    This was at a crappy 1/8th mile track, he would have caught up and passed if it was a quarter, but it was fun. There was also a SRT-4 there it ran a 9.4 and it puts down 250 whp.
    Timeslip file is to big to post


    Evo WRX
    60 2.112 2.00
    1/8 9.045 9.041
    mph 78.86 76.92

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    What does "lightly" mean? Tell us your mods and hp. Seems like the reaction time wasn't the best that day. Props on the win. As they say: "it doesn't matter if you win by....a win is a win"

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    mbc up dp

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    yikes, he needs to learn how to launch an awd mitsu... 1.7-1.8s are the norm
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    Don't take this as a slam, but you both need to learn how to launch. With almost a 77 mph 1/8th mile trap, you should be in the 8s man. 8.8 at least. Your car is making the power to do so....and the evo is easy mid 8 material with 79 mph traps.

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    Originally posted by dukmahsik
    yikes, he needs to learn how to launch an awd mitsu... 1.7-1.8s are the norm

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    Originally posted by VetteVert
    Don't take this as a slam, but you both need to learn how to launch. With almost a 77 mph 1/8th mile trap, you should be in the 8s man. 8.8 at least. Your car is making the power to do so....and the evo is easy mid 8 material with 79 mph traps.

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    This is very true. My best 1/8th timeslip is 8.940 @ 80.47. Either there was a serious traction issue (which shouldn't be the case with two AWD cars) or you both need to work on the launch.
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    agreed

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    yeah i agree, when i only had my UP and MBC i pulled an 8.74@80.7mph with a 1.99 60foot.
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