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Old 12-02-2006, 10:16 PM
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so i just got my baby out of the shop from having some suspension work done to it and i had to give it a little test...2 days after i get it i found the only person who wanted to play...it looked to be a 2003-2004 porshe carrera 4 or some ****.. didnt get a good look at the rear end =)...we got to a light and he reved it up a lil.. i knew it wouldnt be to close but worth the stomping of a really expensiv e car...we launched and i freaking pulled on his *** like he had a 4 cyl lol..i finished the mid of 3rd gear 6 car lengths or so.. we went again from a roll at ABOUT 20 and once again i walked all over his ***..this is probably the best my car has ever run too. im pushin about 16-17 lbs of boost..its tuned perfectly for now...so im goin to have some fun at battle of the imports on dec 10th in orlando.. hope u enjoyed the rotary dominance on a porshe =)
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Old 12-04-2006, 11:36 AM
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HUMP THAT BITCH
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Old 12-04-2006, 05:29 PM
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Always good to stomp a car that cost atleast 3-4 times as much
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Old 12-05-2006, 05:47 PM
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Yeah, burning cars that cost way more is fun. I raced a real nice looking NSX the other night. It came down the interstate rolling pretty fast and slowed down when she passed me. It sounded real good and I figured it was probably gonna beat me. I got next to her, and we where doing about 60, and took off and i left it pretty quick. After that and around some traffic we got next to each other again, same 60 take off, this time it was closer to me, but I pulled away real bad at about 110. Probably not that great of a story, but I thought it was at the time.
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Old 12-06-2006, 05:52 PM
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hey thats funny i beat an old porshe 944 non turbo today. i was on the highway and had my cruise control at 65 and saw this red porshe flyin up at me, i was right behind a semi and when he was about 3-5 car lengths behind me so i slammed it into third and he turned to the left of the semi so i turned to the right and when we came out around the semi he only had about 1 car length, then when we hit about 105 he let off, prolly cuz i was pullin away. btw i was in my 85 12a with my new manifold-back free flow 2.5" exhaust, home made $40
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Old 12-14-2006, 11:36 AM
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Amen!
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Old 12-16-2006, 02:38 PM
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Very nice kills! Hopefully my RX7 will be out of the shop & I can add some stories of my own!
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Beating up on middle aged guys that think their car makes up for being a dousche bag is something I could do all day and night...love it
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Old 11-03-2007, 11:15 AM
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Originally Posted by jdm12a' post='848203' date='Dec 6 2006, 02:52 PM
hey thats funny i beat an old porshe 944 non turbo today. i was on the highway and had my cruise control at 65 and saw this red porshe flyin up at me, i was right behind a semi and when he was about 3-5 car lengths behind me so i slammed it into third and he turned to the left of the semi so i turned to the right and when we came out around the semi he only had about 1 car length, then when we hit about 105 he let off, prolly cuz i was pullin away. btw i was in my 85 12a with my new manifold-back free flow 2.5" exhaust, home made $40


The 944 N/A is the slowest of the Porsche powered cars (minus the first gen 911). That being said I am suprised you took a properly runinng 944 N/A in a 12a. The 944 was always faster then the 13b N/A FC cars during the mid 1980's in terms of acceleration and laptimes.
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Old 11-26-2007, 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Karma' post='870460' date='May 4 2007, 11:41 PM
Beating up on middle aged guys that think their car makes up for being a dousche bag is something I could do all day and night...love it




Hey!! :D



Just respect the old school air cooled cars, I am friends with lots of old school Porsche owners and they are a lot like RX7 guys, they work on their own cars and they actually drive them on the track in Autocrosses and on the twisties.



Good kill all the same I especially love it when a newer 90K 911 goes down, 90% of those owners are buying a badge and nothing more. Its status to them so wiping them all over the road it bliss.



My 1980 is a mid 12 second car but it is not a 1/4 mile racer it really shines int he twisties and not too many can keep up with it.





But, in all honesty, I like my RX7 better, its down and dirty and no one expects it to be so fast. Thats why I sold the 911 it was just not my style. So I guess I am not a douche bag after all. ;)



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