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This is a discussion on Beat by a riced out probe? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; hey rallymaniac. It was the same car. That was the point....

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    hey rallymaniac. It was the same car. That was the point.

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    oops, 70-80mph... finger slipped
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    Like most speeding MA-sshole drivers, I rarely leave the left lane when in light-to-medium traffic. I keep it around 80-85 mph, with my headlights, fog lights, and PIAA P-1000s on all the time. Slow drivers usually see me coming and move out of the way. If they don't, I give them about 10-20 seconds, then pass them on the right. I thought flashing the lights seemed ruder than tailgating, but I guess that is safer, and perhaps I should start doing that.
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