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This is a discussion on Cobb Stage 2 vs E46 M3 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by WiCkeDrEx vr4 body is wide with small interior. it's also heavy because of it's big v6 engine. ...

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    Originally posted by WiCkeDrEx
    vr4 body is wide with small interior. it's also heavy because of it's big v6 engine.
    I ran one yesterday and fvcking owned him. The guy said it had 120k miles though.
    2003 SRT-4

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    Originally posted by StoplightWarrior
    I ran one yesterday and fvcking owned him. The guy said it had 120k miles though.
    we talking about the 3000GT VR-4/GTO? I love that thing w/ the twin turbo V6 pumping 320hp, but like you guys said the car's too heavy for some reason. My friend has a SL NA version in high school and it was a great looking car.
    Nothing but good ol' replicas...on my good ol' poser c240

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    now that you mention it i go blank, but i was under the impresion that the VR-4 was only 300hp factory. on par with the 300zx. like the factory numbers mean anyhting for these cars anyways. i dig the 98's with the new front end and the adjustable wing.

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    Originally posted by POLAR
    now that you mention it i go blank, but i was under the impresion that the VR-4 was only 300hp factory. on par with the 300zx. like the factory numbers mean anyhting for these cars anyways. i dig the 98's with the new front end and the adjustable wing.
    I think the rating went up through out the life span of the VR4 sold in the states. The last I remember was the 98 or 99 VR4 which I think 320hp was what it said on the brochure back from the LA autoshow back in the days.
    Nothing but good ol' replicas...on my good ol' poser c240

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    Back to topic...

    I think you stayed pretty well with the M3 because it was only from 1st to 3rd gear which is pretty good at stage 2. If that car kept going, it would put a lot of hurt on the stage 2. Good run though.

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    Originally posted by driverj
    Back to topic...

    I think you stayed pretty well with the M3 because it was only from 1st to 3rd gear which is pretty good at stage 2. If that car kept going, it would put a lot of hurt on the stage 2. Good run though.
    That is of certain...the M3 was test and built for the Autobahn.

    That's my excuse for saving up to buy a VF22.

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    Originally posted by fourstardrift
    That is of certain...the M3 was test and built for the Autobahn.

    That's my excuse for saving up to buy a VF22.
    more like the Nurburgring
    Nothing but good ol' replicas...on my good ol' poser c240

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