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    Drive it off the top of Stone Mountain!
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    Humm ...

    They wouldn't let me drive my REX up Stone Mountain ... . I've already tried.
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    251whp & 263ft/lbs ( Stock ): 0-60 = 4.8 ( Fastest = 4.1 ) & 1/4 = ?
    276whp & 290ft/lbs ( DP ): 0-60 = 4.5 & 1/4 = 12.9 @ 105mph

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    A Stage 4 Z32 (300ZXTT) is about 400-450 HP. They aren't the monsters a Supra TT is for easy mods, but they are pretty close. Just took a stage 4 around the track 2 weeks ago. The lag was terrible, but once boost kicked in, hold on to your (insert important body parts here).

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    Yo

    Key phrase was the "terrible lag" ... well by the time their turbo kicks in I'm already done w/ the race.
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    251whp & 263ft/lbs ( Stock ): 0-60 = 4.8 ( Fastest = 4.1 ) & 1/4 = ?
    276whp & 290ft/lbs ( DP ): 0-60 = 4.5 & 1/4 = 12.9 @ 105mph

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    If you know how to drive then lag will not be an issue. I think its pretty easy to keep a turbo car in the powerband once you get used to it.
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    It's not so easy when the Turbo's are as big as a house.
    Ps, I do know how to drive Turbo Cars, including t3 equipt spec 2000's.

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