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This is a discussion on WTF just happened? Cobb stg II wrx vs b20 all motor crx within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; A friend of mine has a crx/ls swap with a t-60-1 turbine @25 psi. He ran a 12.0@128mph on street ...

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    A friend of mine has a crx/ls swap with a t-60-1 turbine @25 psi. He ran a 12.0@128mph on street tires. Sounds like a pretty fast honda to me.
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    My friend has an "all motor" go-kart that is so fast. It runs 11s.
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    Originally posted by 302@12psi
    Anyone that says FWD has no place in racing should take any equivilant car and line up next to that crx, I bet on any track with me (A crappy driver) I wouldnt be any more then half a car back. They can be very very scary in the straights and the turns.
    Just a quick point. Most people that dis FWD are looking at them from a track racing viewpoint, not drag or street racing. There are plenty of 9 second tube framed FWD cars out there that have proven the effectiveness of FWD on the straights. This CRX sounds like a great little sleeper, not a lot of car with a decent engine is a fun combo for sure.
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