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This is a discussion on STi vs Supra TT (friendly) vs RSX (unfriendly) within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; you got pushed back in an accord? Well... it doesnt really matter that much what kind of car you have, ...

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    you got pushed back in an accord?
    Well... it doesnt really matter that much what kind of car you have, as long as the torque is ok. The stock accord had 145 ft/lb of torque + i had intake/headers/straight pipe/exhaust... so at a 40 mph roll downshifting into 2nd from 4th will give you a pretty good kick... plus it feels different in a FWD car. RWD doesnt feel like too much of a kick compared to a FWD... and i havent gotten to do it with the rex because I'm still breaking her in... 500 more miles to go!!!
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    Good times, it sounds like!

    Don't underestimate the Supra TT though. My good friend has one, and another friend has an STi. Both of them have boost controlers, Turbo back exhausts and Less restrictive intake filters. I can just inch out the STi in my WRX, but the Supra DESTROYS me over 50 mph. Usually 50 mph to 100 mph he gets at least 4 cars on me (in those 6-7 seconds).


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    I believe it. The Supra TT is no joke... two turbos, more displacement, more cylinders... should probably be faster in the top end.


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