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    that is pretty damn impressive
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    Originally posted by NJwrbT-WRX
    And that is 518whp with traction!!!!! Not like a 900hp Supra that still runs 12s.

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    There is no way in hell he is getting full traction with 518HP in an EVo with out extensive suspention mods and weight distribution and slicks... 518hp, do you realize he should be running like 9s... That is a small car to be packin' that kind of heat. He isn't putting all that on the ground.
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    Are you intoxicated? Since when is it impossible to get 518 whp to the ground on an awd? Also,....9's! C'mon people let's think a little. Maybe high high 10's with the 50-shot and a great driver. He won't need slicks either to get the car to hook. He does need to learn how to drive though.

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    Originally posted by C9A1L1L
    There is no way in hell he is getting full traction with 518HP in an EVo with out extensive suspention mods and weight distribution and slicks... 518hp, do you realize he should be running like 9s... That is a small car to be packin' that kind of heat. He isn't putting all that on the ground.
    Looks like you put 516whp to the ground and ran 10's with a 2WD. Why wouldn't he be able to do it with AWD?

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    I think Al posted an 11.62 @121 before adding his latest mods. In any case, it'll be fun to watch his time drop and speed increase.
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    lol no way he would run 9's be realistic guys...
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    Originally posted by djerickd
    Looks like you put 516whp to the ground and ran 10's with a 2WD. Why wouldn't he be able to do it with AWD?
    The 516hp isnt what pulls me that far I give credit to my 544lb-ft and street drags. I came to my conclusion for 2 reasons. 1 that car is either TOO LIGHT to put that all down since he said he is running mid 11s, OR Looking at weight to power ratio, if he was getting that all to the ground he would have quicker times. The 9s comment was an over exageration, but he should DEFINATELY be running 10s.
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    Originally posted by C9A1L1L
    The 516hp isnt what pulls me that far I give credit to my 544lb-ft and street drags. I came to my conclusion for 2 reasons. 1 that car is either TOO LIGHT to put that all down since he said he is running mid 11s, OR Looking at weight to power ratio, if he was getting that all to the ground he would have quicker times. The 9s comment was an over exageration, but he should DEFINATELY be running 10s.
    ok ok if u take the time to read the owner's comments on why he hasn't ran 10s yet u'll find that the current 518whp has YET TO BE RUN the mid 11sec run was on a prior setup/tune/etc. in racing nothing is DEFINATE.
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    Originally posted by dukmahsik
    ok ok if u take the time to read the owner's comments on why he hasn't ran 10s yet u'll find that the current 518whp has YET TO BE RUN the mid 11sec run was on a prior setup/tune/etc. in racing nothing is DEFINATE.
    Ahh, problem solved...
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    Originally posted by C9A1L1L
    Ahh, problem solved...
    sure is
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