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Getting performance driving from cheap $hitboxes


FirebirdV8350ci
10-14-2002, 08:19 PM
What about street racing cars and their hook up? Vipers, Cobras, Vettes, Firebirds, etc. but those are not cheap in most cases(except for firebird, camaro,etc.) and not everyone likes them(for different reasons). What about those hooked up Civics, Accords and Corollas/Camrys? I'm interested in everything that relates to them.

-Speed kills- <= poster on Cobra R's bumper.

With respect,
Valera :D

DeViL
10-15-2002, 01:02 AM
and not everyone likes them

Not everyone likes paying the high insurance rates on Camaros, Firebirds, Vipers, etc.

What about the rice burners, what the heck is your point talking about them in the Viper forums? What are you doing asking information about a Toyota in a Dodge message board?

FirebirdV8350ci
10-15-2002, 01:58 PM
Sorry. Wrong catagory. Not really familiar with the web :o
-Valera-

ryed33neon
10-26-2002, 09:04 PM
forget about the riceburners if your going to enter that field get a neon, and smoke the hondas

FirebirdV8350ci
10-27-2002, 07:05 PM
2002 Neon R/T: FWD, 150 hp, 2.0L i4, 5 speed manual, Curb weight 2726lbs
2002 Civic Si:FWD, 160hp, 2.0L i4, 5 speed manual, curb weight 2744 lbs

Plus quality is uncomparable.(civic rules here) So why would u want a Neon? Bury the neon

FirebirdV8350ci
10-27-2002, 07:07 PM
on another hand, right screw honda and neon alltogether - wrx rules. 5.4 0-60 mph.....beat that.....:apoke:

DeViL
10-27-2002, 07:24 PM
So....are you saying you're going to drag race a rally car? Why not do something practical with it like put some tires on it to handle mud and dirt better and go off road. Its cool to do with a truck and all so I'm sure it would be just as fun to do it with a car.

FirebirdV8350ci
10-27-2002, 07:56 PM
Good point. But all i meant to say is acceleration example....in the tune-up for street, wrx rules....same as for rally....basically for everything, except for hauling kids and family...;) :jump:

unconvinced
10-27-2002, 08:12 PM
So....are you saying you're going to drag race a rally car? Why not do something practical with it like put some tires on it to handle mud and dirt better and go off road. Its cool to do with a truck and all so I'm sure it would be just as fun to do it with a car.

Trucks are good for towing rally cars, and, um, that's about all I'm prepared to say at this point.

SS

(Has embarassed M3's on road courses with Cherokees...so don't start.)

FirebirdV8350ci
10-27-2002, 08:48 PM
(Has embarassed M3's on road courses with Cherokees...so don't start.)
-unconvinced-

Cherokee - loud piece of $hit.....sorry to say...
M3 - how did you manage to embarass M3? By look and sound of your car? Or with your performance? If performance - what do u drive to embarass M3? Viper? M5? WRX? NSX?

:hehe:

unconvinced
10-27-2002, 09:19 PM
Oh, hell. My buddy's Cherokee was an ugly piece of junk, I'll tell you that.

No, it was just a case of 'okay, this guy will basically get into my Cherokee and get there from here faster than you will in your M3.' So I got into his Cherokee and won the bet for him.

Poor guy...his M3 was pretty sweet, too. I guess I should have told him it was one of my favourite roads. I find it's best to say nothing in those situations, tho.

So, yeah. You were talking about rally cars?

DeViL
10-27-2002, 10:58 PM
Trucks are good for towing rally cars, and, um, that's about all I'm prepared to say at this point.

Ok...? Trucks are good at what they are meant to do, climb up mountains, go off road, haul heavy loads of whatever.

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