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This is a discussion on 15 PSI/turboback WRX vs. '00 Stang GT within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by PlatNmRex Thanks for all the replies guys It was a pretty exciting run. Hopefully I can stop ...

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    Originally posted by PlatNmRex
    Thanks for all the replies guys It was a pretty exciting run. Hopefully I can stop myself for now on from running on the freeway. I need to ge ta radar/laser detector to to keep me from running blind. Any suggestions?

    Props again to that GT for having a pretty quick stock car

    Later all
    The ONLY radar detector I would ever use would be a Valentine One...but they cost like $400, and they wont stop you from flying by a cop who's not out to catch speeders at the time...
    2003 SRT-4

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    Originally posted by DTR maxima
    is your stang auto or manual?

    if its 5speed... no offense, but there is something wrong with your car, or you suck at driving. people get those times stock, very easily and with your mods people are running low 13's regularly. if you are auto, those are pretty nice times.

    auto stangs are only good for high 14's low 15's (gt form)
    actually, its an auto. but i wasnt driving, dad was ...guess he's not as quick as he used to be.
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    Originally posted by DTR maxima


    auto stangs are only good for high 14's low 15's (gt form)
    My auto GT did 14.1@98.6 stock
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