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    Modded H22 civic vrs stock MY02 WRX

    Last sat I went to Bury St. Edmunds to hang out with friends (and some night time car activities). We havent been doing much lately because its freggen cold and wet (big surprise, its England). Well this American military guy with a Civic hatchback with a H22, Type R intake & TB, engine management, Vtec controller?, exhaust etc etc come up and throws down the challange on my scoob. I pass saying my synthetic blinker fluid isnt here yet but once I get it, I'll race him. Well he starts talking alot of smack so I accept the race. He then says we are going from a 40mph roll. Hell no, dont come to me for a race then try to call how we are gonna run. I paid for AWD so dont whine to me if you didnt! He finally accepts and we go from a deadstop. 5k rpm 3 flashed and the scoob digs and goes. Look in the rearview and the honda is wayyyyyyyy back there. Wasnt even close, 5-6 cars is the accepted result. We played a bit on the way back from a roll and to about 90mph he will reel me in and start to pass WOW! Quick car, too bad he aint got AWD!
    Seems alot of people are after my stock scoob since I beat Scatmans R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R. Hey can anyone host the vid of that race? I have it but have never been able to get it online to show off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BVM
    Last sat I went to Bury St. Edmunds to hang out with friends (and some night time car activities). We havent been doing much lately because its freggen cold and wet (big surprise, its England). Well this American military guy with a Civic hatchback with a H22, Type R intake & TB, engine management, Vtec controller?, exhaust etc etc come up and throws down the challange on my scoob. I pass saying my synthetic blinker fluid isnt here yet but once I get it, I'll race him. Well he starts talking alot of smack so I accept the race. He then says we are going from a 40mph roll. Hell no, dont come to me for a race then try to call how we are gonna run. I paid for AWD so dont whine to me if you didnt! He finally accepts and we go from a deadstop. 5k rpm 3 flashed and the scoob digs and goes. Look in the rearview and the honda is wayyyyyyyy back there. Wasnt even close, 5-6 cars is the accepted result. We played a bit on the way back from a roll and to about 90mph he will reel me in and start to pass WOW! Quick car, too bad he aint got AWD!
    Seems alot of people are after my stock scoob since I beat Scatmans R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R. Hey can anyone host the vid of that race? I have it but have never been able to get it online to show off!

    Steven
    Good run man. H22 civic hatches are quick but they have to be done right in order to work right. He was probably having trouble gripping on the launch and the torque steer is terrible, thats why you won by such a large margin. I think H22 hatches run in the high 13's with proper tuning and all that. Again, good kill. Just make sure you don't run into a properly done H22 Turbo hatch...
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