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    stg 4 vs srt 4

    Lined up at the track (1/8)...

    He is a new driver and sucked on his launch.

    Me: 8.5
    him: 9.5

    Working on my 60' right now. I need to get rid of my lightweight pulley.

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    What is your mod list? I see you have a TXS FMIC, looks good.
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    Originally posted by yermom
    heh, fairlady

    does not sound like a fast car, no wonder they changed the name for the US market

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    i think stage 4..... but you want details?
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    nothings better then getting owned by a wagon.

    insert some childish claim of being able to beat you from a 130 roll and ..... my tires cost less... so... yeah!

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    Originally posted by jugger
    i think stage 4..... but you want details?
    Yeah...stage 4 doesn't really mean much unless you know which turbo hes using....a stage 4 wrx with a fp green is no where near a stage 4 wrx with a vf35.
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    Originally posted by yermom
    heh, fairlady

    does not sound like a fast car, no wonder they changed the name for the US market

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    fp18g, ecutek dyno tune, delta dash, lm-1 wideband, one high flow cat, 114 octane tuned to 12.05/1, 28 deg timing, and only 20 psi

    I'm having trouble getting delta dash to raise the boost. I may resort to a mbc to get to 23 psi.

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    What kind of power are you putting down ?
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    On Shiv's dyno at vishnu, I put down 270 something with 91 octane...

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    SRT-4's are slow.
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    SRT-4's are fast.
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    Im going to have to agree with Trailboss on this one. SRT-4's are fast, and they will only get faster as little 16 year olds start making enough money to mod them. WATCH OUT!!

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    Originally posted by BobbyD
    Im going to have to agree with Trailboss on this one. SRT-4's are fast, and they will only get faster as little 16 year olds start making enough money to mod them. WATCH OUT!!

    -BobbyD
    And the scary part is how cheap the parts are...30 whp for $130 is Turbo XS's qoute right? Damn.
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    Originally posted by yermom
    heh, fairlady

    does not sound like a fast car, no wonder they changed the name for the US market

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    you only ran a 8.5 in the 1/8 with a stage 4? i ran a 9.0 bone stock.
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    SRT's are some quick cars but some of the owners are str8 up inmature.... they think they can be everything on the street. they can be some pretty quick cars if you can afford the parts.... god if i had one..who knows how fast it would be now.
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    Originally posted by wyowrx
    fp18g, ecutek dyno tune, delta dash, lm-1 wideband, one high flow cat, 114 octane tuned to 12.05/1, 28 deg timing, and only 20 psi

    I'm having trouble getting delta dash to raise the boost. I may resort to a mbc to get to 23 psi.
    That's no where close to a Stage 4. Maybe I'm old school but when someone says "Stage 4" I think TurboXS stage 4 which includes a VF30/34 and a UTEC among other things.

    With that being said, good kill!
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