Teh stock wagon in break-in mode vs. F-150
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This is a discussion on Teh stock wagon in break-in mode vs. F-150 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; This one was entertaining. This guy in a stock F-150 (couldn't tell if it was V6 or V8) revved at ...

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    Teh stock wagon in break-in mode vs. F-150

    This one was entertaining. This guy in a stock F-150 (couldn't tell if it was V6 or V8) revved at me at a light and then from a slow roll. While keeping the revs under ~4,200RPM, I proceeded to put about 2 carlengths on his truck when he stomped on it. I then got a corn/wheat flyby (not rice, it's a Ford remember) from this genius Ford enthusiast as I turned off to another street.

    Lame I know, but I love to hear about kills while still in break-in mode.
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    haha, corn burner flyby

    i like

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    Nice! Congrats on your new purchase!!!
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    Good kill...the v8s have some grunt but they arent quick...

    Get some mods.
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