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Check this one out with a 6 speed manual running an 8.
Fastest Toyota Supra in the world (Street Legal 8 sec) Supra from Hell - YouTube
The point I'm trying to make is, for an every day street car, imports are just as fast as commodores and falcons in a straight line, but they handle so much better on a track. No one can dispute that.
I like muscle, I have an XC falcon at the moment that I'm building. I still have a brain and recognise that performance is more than going quick in a straight line (which an import can most definitely do anyway).
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I just said I have an XC falcon that me and a mate are putting a 351 in, so I dunno why you're arguing. It's the truth.
That car you posted isn't street legal (maybe in oklahoma or wherever the hell it came from a copper wouldn't pick on it) but in Australia it wouldn't get a click down the street before being towed to the pits.
Imports - JUST as fast as street going V8's and they handle better. There's no arguing it.
Here's another V8 burnout just for you lol
FEAR - Fred Watson Blown Monaro - Burnout Masters - YouTube
My favourite jap cars are:
mkIV supra TT, R32 GTR, Rx7 S8, S15 and DC2r
thanks mate yeah hehehe only a little na 1.8 but I think they are great for what they are and even though not as fast as the others give a different driving experience.
I wish I was super rich so I could stash a few of these sorta cars out in a shed and take them out once a week.
- FEAR - Fred Watson Blown Monaro - Burnout Masters - YouTube
I used to own mazdas and datsuns. Built them up from the ground. Too many to list. My last car was a S4 13BT Rx7 with a T04z. Made 315rwkw on 1bar boost. Sold it to fund my current house. Mates still have some nice rides. Some mates also drift some nice S chassis nissans and the occasional jzx100. I'm fair over fast cars now. Wasted so much cash. Reicently bought a Jeep Cherokee Xj. Best thing I ever did. Love 4x4. Still wouldnt mind a mint r100 or rx2 in the shed. One day.woma lover
- 11-Mar-12, 07:12 AM #42
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It is a coupe, and it was hard to find one that hadn't been thrashed but I finally did, it was owned by An old bloke who only drove it on weekends, I took my mechanic with me and he said it was top notch, oh and it's manual.. I wouldn't have it any other way!
I love v8's, I've grown up around them, my dad is a huge v8 enthusiast.. He refuses to drive anything else... But I'm just really into drifting (not in a hoon way. on the track) and if I could afford a Silvia I would of gone with that, but for my price range I believe the r33 was my best bet.. Glad to see some other car enthusiasts regardless of if u like v8's or turbos!
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- 11-Mar-12, 08:33 AM #44
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The usual battle of greyhounds vs racehorses always boggles the mindThe creatures that inhabit this earth,be they human beings or animals are here to contribute,each in its own particular way,to the beauty and prosperity of the world.
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