2002 WRX vs 2001 M5 vs 2003 M3 vs 2003 EVO (vids inside)
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    2002 WRX vs 2001 M5 vs 2003 M3 vs 2003 EVO (vids inside)

    Here are a couple of my buddies ///we did some 2nd gear rolls and a couple of races from a stop. I kept messing up my launches ///but the results weren't that bad.

    both the E46 M3 and the E39 M5 are stock.

    The EVO has a turbo back exhaust, chip and some other things.

    My car(WRX) has a VF34, APS TMIC, TB exhaust, injectors, fuel pump, uppipe, etc....

    enjoy the vids....

    THE LINK IS CURRENTLY DOWN/// I NEED SOME ONE TO HOST IT.

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    even with the slower launches you were able to pull real well against both those cars, real impressive. Too bad you didn't get the m5 from the roll, I assume to lost it in 4th gear? Nice vids
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    Originally posted by jungdragon
    even with the slower launches you were able to pull real well against both those cars, real impressive. Too bad you didn't get the m5 from the roll, I assume to lost it in 4th gear? Nice vids
    vid #3 is the M5 from a roll// I took it till about 120MPH that's when he passed me.
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    I dont know what it is, but M5s can flat out HAUL at speed...that was the only car I ever ran in my old supercharged GT that I couldnt pull on at high speed

    very nice vids
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    Those make me feel good.
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    Originally posted by McBain
    Those make me feel good.
    yeah they do. they make me feel good to see a WRX rolling around with an M3 and M5... that's pimp!
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    Looked like fun. A point of general observation: Keeping your windows open at high speeds may help capture the exhaust and motor sounds on video, but it also hinders your acceleration due to the increased wind drag. Something to consider if you decide to run your buddy in the M5 again from a roll.


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    awesome video, i am suprised you did so well, especially beating that M3 from a roll.
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    Originally posted by Dan00Hawk
    Looked like fun. A point of general observation: Keeping your windows open at high speeds may help capture the exhaust and motor sounds on video, but it also hinders your acceleration due to the increased wind drag. Something to consider if you decide to run your buddy in the M5 again from a roll.
    My windows have a dark tint, so I had the passenger-side window down so that the cameraman could do his job.

    I'm gonna run the M5 again this weekend//I'm also gonna run my friend's Viper GTS (0-60 only ). I'll keep you guys posted.
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    Was the m3 manual or auto?

    BTW, nice runs. I actually ran an m5 recently from about a 55 mph roll and by 100 he shut down, so I dont know if he would have pulled (i was already 2 cars).
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    Originally posted by BassMan097
    Was the m3 manual or auto?

    All the cars in the race are manual.
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    even better...the auto m3's are slow...
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    Originally posted by BassMan097
    even better...the auto m3's are slow...
    Slow?? haha right. Edit---> not as fast as 6sp maybe

    Whats with the ///M5 badge in the grill of the m5 in the pics?
    it looks cheap and cheesy. One must be very delicate when messing with the appearance of a newer ///M... chances are it will end up looking cheap.
    All show and no go . . .
    Your car looks fast, but why's it so slo.


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    My definition of slow/fast is different from most. Once you take a ride in an 800 whp supra, m3's, m5's, etc seem like civics...But you're right, it isnt slow per se, but noticeably slower than the 6spd. Why anyone would get an m3 in auto is beyond me anyway...
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    wow.. 800whp... I take it that def wasnt on the stock bottom end!
    What kinda numbers did/does that thing put on the board at the track?
    All show and no go . . .
    Your car looks fast, but why's it so slo.


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