68 Datsun Fairlady vs 1990 Celica GT
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This is a discussion on 68 Datsun Fairlady vs 1990 Celica GT within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; My friend and I were at this boring party so we decided to drive our cars around for fun. We ...

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    68 Datsun Fairlady vs 1990 Celica GT

    My friend and I were at this boring party so we decided to drive our cars around for fun. We came up to a four way stop on top of a hill with no cars around so we decided to race. I brought the RPM's up to 3.5k and slipped the clutch getting just a little wheel spin. My friend spun his tires a lil more so I pulled ahead of him initially. After that my friend just owned me with his celica. I shifted at 5k RPM's cuz the engine just gets so loud (and its such an old car). After the ownage we just decided to go through the twisties, oh how i love them so....I learned tonight that 95 hp = teh lose for drag racing. Oh well, theres alot more fun to be had elsewhere than drag racing!

    Oh, and one more question: Everyone who drives my car says the clutch is really hard to push down...I like that though. How is the WRX and/or STi's clutch pedal?

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    The STi pedal isn't too bad, considering I came from a GSX with an ACT 2400.

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