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    the gas pedal is the right foot...


    j/k

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    yeah i know. the one next to the clutch right..

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    what are your mods?

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    bone stock. besides silencer removal.

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    Ahh lets not argue.

    Cars are cars, someone else out there will always be faster.

    Good kill.

    Even if its a 2000hp Porsche, its still only a porsche. (compare to a MacLaren F1, or a $60,000,000 house on the water)

    The comparisons will never end
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    haha, it happens. Even if it wasjust a civic, the guy did put in a ton of work into his car. Although they are nice, im not sure if i would ever buy one just because ofthename that is given to them but alot ofpeople. A WRX is soo well respected in my town, not because its fast ****, but because its an all around nice ass car. AWD ...stock turbo and so forth.

    Civics around here are known as ricers, just is. Even if they are fast as hell, i give them probs, but...i dont know. Its just the name of the car and people put two and two together or something like that.

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    I guess if all you care about is what other people think of your car, then the WRX is the way to go?
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    Originally posted by RSXSucks
    I guess if all you care about is what other people think of your car, then the WRX is the way to go?
    Yeah right...you have to drive a vette or an E55 then...when was the last time you heard two guys walk up to your car at a car show and go "whoa this is one of those WRX's, I saw one of these in the magazine man!"
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    heh, fairlady

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

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    "whoa this is one of those WRX's, I saw one of these in the magazine man!" [/B]

    Happens to me quite a bit, actually.

    I live in a redneck town, though.



    Someone stated this earlier. If its a car, I've got a love for it.


    Be it my old Honda or my '70 Skylark, my friends 240SX, or his friends B18C Civic. They've had a lot of work put into them, by the owners and friends, and thats what really matters.
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    I live in dallas and i get that reply from quite a few teens

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    I get it from kids who don't own cars...I'm one of those "lucky" kids that hangs out with 99% Mustangs/Camaros so I'm the odd ball of the group pretty much.
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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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    3 times in the past 2 weeks, ive had older men (30+) asking me how i like the car and if its fast, saying theyre looking into buying one.....
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    Originally posted by happasaiyan
    3 times in the past 2 weeks, ive had older men (30+) asking me how i like the car and if its fast, saying theyre looking into buying one.....

    Put on you flame suit... I think you are gona catch hell for saying 30+ is an "older man"

    Be careful what you say on this board... some of the grandpas will come out and get ya!
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    What's that, sonny? Did he say "older man"...let me turn my hearing aid up...

    I'm 38...I guess I'm an older man now.



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    Originally posted by skyphix
    Happens to me quite a bit, actually.

    I live in a redneck town, though.
    Ditto and Ditto
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