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    Registered User Master Of Pain's Avatar
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    You should have put 4 kids in your car rather than adults. Lower weight, eaiser to impress.

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    i had 3 chicks in my car but i still noticed a diff and it being slower
    Traces of day

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    Well, the good news is that this phenomenon isn't just limited to the STi.
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    Originally posted by paintbalinpaul
    i had 3 chicks in my car but i still noticed a diff and it being slower
    yeh... big boned chicks tend to have that effect...
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    ha nah they were toothpics
    Traces of day

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    Originally posted by dark_rex
    for every 10 ounces of fuel in the tank, subtract the standard deviation of the congregate derivative x, thereby proving the co-tangent factor to be greater than the value ot z whenver plots are graphed in the first or third quadrant. Then simply multiply the factor by pi R squared, root it, and solve the quadratic equation.
    Im some weird way..i think that works

    Yea, when i gave a ride to a rsx owner, civic hatch owner and a gti owner, they werent very impressed. They discussed hoow there car pulled harder in all gears . All i said to them was 500 pounds makes a difference and i would gladly race any of them from a stop or roll..

    So weight does make a differnce!!!!
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    We don't make enough torque with the small motors to overcome the weight. If you don't want to notice added weight on your performance, buy a diesel

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    Originally posted by Trailboss
    That was MY answer, cheater. Your answer was 3 inches.



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