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 And another hector went to the drags thread 
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Lose: Rsx type s stock with a muffler lost by a car and a half.

Win:

h22 prelude = around 4 cars.
b18non vtec civic hatch around 2 cars.
Cobalt SS supercharged = 4 cars
Acura integra b18 with bad compression = 5 cars
Acura integra b18 with bolt ons 4 cars.
Grand prix SS one car
New k20 ivtec civic = won by a fender :S
mitsubishi 3000 gt v6 dohc, won by 3 cars
eclipse gs like 4 cars and he lost his muffler.
yellow focuz svt 2.0? won by alot of car lenghts..

sorry not that many videos.. I did record me against the h22.
Ill post it later on tomorrow

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January 29 2007, 3:31 AM
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Where are the times? And how does one lose a muffler?

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Maybe instead of racing for pinks in Texas, they race for mufflers.

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Maybe instead of racing for pinks in Texas, they race for mufflers.

i will have to talk to my fellow mexicans about that

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mm lookin GOOD. Nice to see you creamed that H22 Lude.

Oh, one thing. why didn't you just post this in your old thread and change the topic name? Just out of curiosity. make things abit more orginized i dunno.

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I think i should do that.. lol I dont know how or why he lost his muffler.. he seemd to have it back on in later races.

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im gonna raise the bs flag on this one, first off there is no such thing as a grand prix ss , and i doubt you beat the cobalt ss as those run low 14's all day long, also post your times for all the corresponding races, and then the bs flag may be taken down.......

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ive never known hec to lie on here, nice goin hec keep smoken em

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there are no times on sundays. We are at over 3000 elevation. Its grand prix GTP and it was ss. The cobalts were both stock.. those cars suck period... I got the video on youtube its posted on the vids section. The ss we were dead even but at the end vris won. I was gutted too. I am going to the dyno in 2 weeks so ill post it up. I dont know why its hard to believe... cobalts do NOT run low 14s tho.. the modded ones yeah.. also got the video of the h22 prelude i beat.

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Ok stock ones do 14.8 stock AT sea level. At 3000 feet i guess like low 15s. Im at around 14.9- 14.7 at 3000 feet.

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with forced induction it doesnt matter if your sea level or not because it's forced induction you get the same amount of air no matter where u r, that's why it is so great same power all the time. NA matters at diff elevation because of air density.

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with forced induction it doesnt matter if your sea level or not because it's forced induction you get the same amount of air no matter where u r, that's why it is so great same power all the time. NA matters at diff elevation because of air density.


I would think it would matter for boosted cars also, just not as much. The turbo would have to work harder because the air its trying to grab(inducer) is alot less dense. Just the way i see it. I mean in the end your still running what PSI u want but it might take a fraction of a sec longer to build the boost.

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Nd4SpdSe wrote:
Maybe instead of racing for pinks in Texas, they race for mufflers.


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I went again today.. iw as dead even with a cobalt ss.. why? um no vris HAHA i didnt notice I had no vris all night until the end. I ended up racing a new white civic k20 and won by like 2 cars. I beat a stock rx8 twice without vris.

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XxantwawnxX wrote:
V8KOMX3 wrote:
with forced induction it doesnt matter if your sea level or not because it's forced induction you get the same amount of air no matter where u r, that's why it is so great same power all the time. NA matters at diff elevation because of air density.


I would think it would matter for boosted cars also, just not as much. The turbo would have to work harder because the air its trying to grab(inducer) is alot less dense. Just the way i see it. I mean in the end your still running what PSI u want but it might take a fraction of a sec longer to build the boost.


yeah im not sure but think if you run a time here in el paso and then you go to canada where you guys are...it will be different .... reguardless of boost or NA....it would just make more sense that way


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Cobalt SS's are very underestimated cars .. The stock engine is capable of handling 550hp . Chevy built a budget racer that was killing silvias and skylines around the track ..

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