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    STi vs new GTO, high end

    Location: NJTP, just past exit 8, heading N/E
    Time: midmorning
    Traffic: Wide Open Baby!!

    GTO: Dark Teal Green, "2004 GTO" on plates, tinted windows, couldn't tell any mods.
    Me: Catback as only "power" mod.

    60 mile role: Took him for about 1.5 car lengths initially, stayed that way 'till about a buck 20, he started to slooooooowly creep about a buck 35/40, then finally inched his way past at around 150 when I shut down. I say "around" because I was focused on the road. No traffic, 4 open lanes, and no PoPo in sight.

    Prior to that he kept playing with me and I had to keep shutting him down. Took him at least 4 times before the high speed run. They can't hang with us below a buck...no way.

    Needless to say, this was all in my mind, in the event anyone with a legal bent reads this...it's all fake

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    Quote Originally Posted by YBNormal07
    Location: NJTP, just past exit 8, heading N/E
    Time: midmorning
    Traffic: Wide Open Baby!!

    GTO: Dark Teal Green, "2004 GTO" on plates, tinted windows, couldn't tell any mods.
    Me: Catback as only "power" mod.

    60 mile role: Took him for about 1.5 car lengths initially, stayed that way 'till about a buck 20, he started to slooooooowly creep about a buck 35/40, then finally inched his way past at around 150 when I shut down. I say "around" because I was focused on the road. No traffic, 4 open lanes, and no PoPo in sight.

    Prior to that he kept playing with me and I had to keep shutting him down. Took him at least 4 times before the high speed run. They can't hang with us below a buck...no way.

    Needless to say, this was all in my mind, in the event anyone with a legal bent reads this...it's all fake

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    the kid i raced with a gto would get toasted from 30to 100 then hed inch back up. we went at it from a stop i asked him to let me get the hit cuz my car jsut putt putts off the line do to the messed up trans(if it werent messed up id give him the hit) so he jsut guns it and goes and im just putting slowly then bam full boost harsh shift to second the initial 5 car lead he had slimmed to about 1 1/2. id have him easily if the tranny able to stay in one peice for a launch. ive seen consistant 13.8-14.1s in the 1/4 mile at the track from these things.....give me a camaro/trans am any day...
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