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This is a discussion on B16a2 11,500+ Rpm Misshift within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by AjIsDope I wonder if it would have survived if the engine only went to 10k rpm's....probably not. ...

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    Registered User DROB's Avatar
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    Originally posted by AjIsDope
    I wonder if it would have survived if the engine only went to 10k rpm's....probably not.

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    Probably not..sucks to be him. I have seen worse though .
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    Originally posted by AREITU
    Have you guys seen the red RSX that did a 14,000 rpm mis-shift and reduced three pistons into potato-like nuggets?
    Yeah, I posted that one too, but the pics in that thread aren't working anymore. RSX got OWN3D by bad driving...pics inside (not 56k friendly)
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    And fuel cut comes in a little higher than that. I've trapped (trap speed is an avg over the last 60', so you are actually travelling faster than your trap at the end of the 1/4) over 96mph in 3rd...fuel cut in the ~7300rpm area (as reported on the OEM tach anyway).

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    Originally posted by silverscooby
    Our third gear goes to 94 or so.

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