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    Registered User KuMa15's Avatar
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    Had some fun with a vette last night

    Last night around 1 AM i heard a vette revving its engine as it was driving past me. It looked brand new and it was a convertible. I'm fairly stock, all i have is a mbc at 15.5 psi and a cobb cat-back. So i followed him onto the highway and we went at it. We lined up a few times and went, i started in 4th since we were already going 85. I was shocked that he really was not pulling on me that hard at all. I am positive an STI or Stage 2 wrx could take it, or at least be even with it. From 80 to about 130 he had about 3-4 CL's on me. not bad.

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    well, the convertibles are heavier...you said he revved at you so i guess it wasnt an auto...i really dont why he didnt pull on you then...if it wasnt a "rev" but rather just him stomping in it, then i can see how he wasnt as fast as he should have been. After all, an auto vette is about as useful as a one-legged man in an ass-kicking contest.


    Edit: 3-4 cars from 80-130, thats actually a rather hefty pull...
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