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This is a discussion on wrx vs. entire town. within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I know right, I live in a very small town and I helped alot of guys in high school to ...

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    Registered User Suby_Progress's Avatar
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    Courtland, VA
    I know right, I live in a very small town and I helped alot of guys in high school to build up their cars so they think my grand am has been supercharged or sumthin now that I've been out for a while. It's nuts because it's bone stock and still hands most hondas their a$$.

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    Everyone sees the 4" tip and the automatic shifter and the wagon and they're like, he's slow. Then I stall it at 4100 revs and launch, spin all four ****ty RE92s for a sec and then I'm gone.

    It worked a couple of times but I dont race for money or anything so it's fun either way.
    13.2 @105 with the old auto. Now rockin a 4.44 standard tranny.

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    Registered User silverscooby's Avatar
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    Cary, NC
    Originally posted by Suby_Progress
    Sorry to jack the thread, but...silverscooby, I noticed you had a wrx before the srt-4, how are you liking the neon? Not trying to be an a$$ but I was just wondering because I really like both cars and from someone who has modified a wrx and an srt I would just like to know how the srt measures up vs. the awd suby. Thanks and I hope this doesn't ruin ole boy's thread.
    I'll pm you.
    2002 WRX 352whp & 341ft-lbs *SOLD*
    2004 SRT4 449whp & 457ft-lbs

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