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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 12-30-2008, 06:29 AM Thread Starter
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Embarrassed a subaru today

So I was drivin hom etonight around 11:15 pm and just cruisin down the highway. this little blue subaru pulls up next to me so I start to mess with him a little bit. we're going back and forth and back and forth side by side just messin with eachother b/c there's traffic. He finally takes off because the lane in front of him is clear. i wait a second and then the temptation kicks in. I switched lanes and put the pedal down about 3/4s of the way and start to pull up on his rear end hard. I'm catching up to him like he's standing still and finally have to slame on the brakes at about 95 before I run the lil thing over. Dude probably **** a brick when he saw my big ol truck comin at him that fast hahaha. Thought those subaru's were supposed to be fast??

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a lot of people are unaware of the power in the newer trucks

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it depends on the subaru if it's a somewhat built up STi your looking at around 350 hp at the wheels a really worked STi can produce over 500 at the wheels.A stock legacey GT,no problem,only about 280 at crank.

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STI/WRX most of us would have our hands full,even stock they are very quick!My best friend in HS had a WRX, not much on the road can hang from a dig or rolin, granted his wasnt stock tho.
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my buddie at work has a WRX with chip,we ran briefly,off the line I had no chance,but when he hit 2nd i was starting to reel him in slowly by the time he hit 3rd he let off,but in the long run he would of pulled on me on the top end,he had me by 3 car lenghts.

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ran a subaru wrx with a few things done...he ran 14 flat...

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14 flat is usually a stock car,unless the guy can't drive

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a 6.0 can 13.xx with just an SCT

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you said it ,with tune ,stock WRX low 14,with a good tune on a WRX 13's,like said before off the line hard to beat,by that time your trying to play catch up,not bad for a stock 4cyl.

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it was a older model i believe cuz the trunk was more boxy as opposed to rounded

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