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This is a discussion on Sti vs Srt 4 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by skyjock41 I agree. But this guy beat the driver not the car. Also about the 10 car ...

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    Originally posted by skyjock41
    I agree. But this guy beat the driver not the car. Also about the 10 car lengths......theres a little saying across the land......."objects in mirror are closer than they appear"
    Hahaha. Good call.

    A race is a race. I raced an 03 cobra with pully's and what not and I beat him in my SRT4. Most people would call BS on that too. I also lost to him the race before. So it's as much driver as it is car.

    It helps when your car goes 11.9's too.

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    nice kill - i havetn raced or driven in either car, so i have no idea, but awesome job if its all true

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    First of all I say again he " honked 3 times" 2nd when I let off and he finally catches up he says " my f@#$ car is slow". So how does that equate to he was'nt racing.....? Oh I don't give a rats tail about what who has done or their experience with what car. You lose you lose....and he lost ...but I leave it to you guys to debate how much power a car comes with from factory or how good the driver next time I see a 1/4 mile race or any professional event I will be sure to look for the disclaimer on the screen >" The other car was driven by a bad driver"

    LOL this was good for a laugh...and I like that mirror comment! Oh if I had a dollar for every time I talk to someone who says " My boys car, friends car, brother's, sister's cousin's, roomate's, dog has a car you will lose to"....This guy initates a race and loses to a middle age guy who drives conservatively, real question is does this kid really deserve a car if he can't drive?
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    I have a car i cant really drive, still learning stick though haha

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    To add my 2c worth... my friend just recently got an SRT-4 and raced my friend's EVO from a roll at 40mph to 80 or so mph. The SRT-4 pulled no more than a half a car.

    I'm pretty sure a stock STI could beat an SRT-4 from a roll.
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    A kill is a kill, regardless of who, what, when, where, and how.

    As for the SRT4 vs STi from a roll, my friend and I tested this out quite a while ago. Here is the thread.

    Rolled against my bud's SRT4 today

    For those that don't care to follow it, from a roll, my stock STi against a stock SRT4 would jump out to about a half car lead and maintain it to 120. We didn't go from a dig as everyone knows the STi will annihilate the SRT4 there.
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