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    Me running on foot > any WRX

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    just noticed the date. but since we're on the subject, how wud a stage 2 do against the dodge hemi's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96
    There are several lengthy threads about which cars the WRX can beat. I'd search before trying to guess. This will just end up being magazine racing anyway. A Stage 2 Rex is a quick car but it will get its ass handed to it by many sports cars, obviously.

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    what is the quartermile times of a stage two with a 2.0 or 1.9 60'????????
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    It has alot to do with the driver and his ability to maintain the sweet spot on that turbo, it can be difficult but I am only in my second day in ownership and I pretty much got it down. Still could always use more practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maccgyver
    It has alot to do with the driver and his ability to maintain the sweet spot on that turbo, it can be difficult but I am only in my second day in ownership and I pretty much got it down. Still could always use more practice.
    i am also saying this coming from a fox body cable clutch mustang it takes some finesse getting that touchy wrx clutch to get on it just right while keeping the touchy pedal from not revving too high. But when you get it down and really concentrate on it(love the center tach on my 04 by the way) you can really have some fun in the car. The boxer engine is sweetness.

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