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88 tII vs s14 2jz

Old 11-23-2010, 04:53 PM
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On my way home from a dyno day at T and R Racing in queens. As Im trying to hit the highway on my way home, I get behind an S14 with a big can in the back. I blew off at him and pull up next to him, its some jamacian guy with his girl, he rolls down the window and says we race to the next light.

Its sunday night no ones on the street I said **** it, lets go. We wait for the light to turn and we hit it. I pulled on him hard all the way to the next light. We stop and start talking. I asked him if its a stock DET swap he laughed and said stock 2JZ. He said he was spinning the the whole way he had and intake and exhaust. Im sure if he had some rubber on the back it would have been a better race he probly would have beat me with all that torque lol, but reguardless I was very excited. We continued to **** around till I got off but I would of liked to see my car on the highway with him. my cars appx 300whp running a bnr stg4 @14lbs and street port I also had a fat friend with me. lol What you guys think would have happened from a roll?

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