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Old 11-03-2013, 06:28 AM   #26
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German women are hot I think.
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Old 11-05-2013, 11:57 PM   #27
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Btw, the Porsche would be able to launch much easier because most of its weight is on the rear wheels.
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Old 11-06-2013, 01:43 AM   #28
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that's 2 hours away from where I live here in GM ...I drove all the way to the border of France to go to a track and we have one that close? how often do they run there,
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Old 11-06-2013, 04:14 AM   #29
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that's 2 hours away from where I live here in GM ...I drove all the way to the border of France to go to a track and we have one that close? how often do they run there,
It was on an airfield. Not sure how often they run there. This was my first race in Germany.
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Old 11-10-2013, 09:49 PM   #30
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Nice win. Ahh yes, the Porsche . . . they taste a bit like grilled pork chops.

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Old 11-11-2013, 09:22 AM   #31
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horses are different as you know, you can have 500 ... dead horse
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Old 11-11-2013, 09:26 AM   #32
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Old 11-11-2013, 09:56 AM   #33
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That GT3 would hand you your ass on a track with turns on it. I wouldn't feel too bad, if I were him. GT3s weren't exactly designed to be quarter mile monsters.
Then perhaps someone should of told the owner to go home. That his car is only meant for the road course.

Should the Mustang have the same excuse... Oh its only a 1/4 mile car. Dont test the GT Track Pack against a 1LE on a road course, Dont test the BOSS 302 on a road course vs the ZL1.. Maybe Ford should build a road course car.

Really who thinks this way.

If you bring your car to the 1/4 mile track and lose dont make excuses. Man up and say good run.
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Old 11-11-2013, 03:56 PM   #34
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Nice win. Ahh yes, the Porsche . . . they taste a bit like grilled pork chops.

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but i'm sure you'd still want one and there are lot's of porsches running the streets that will put a beat down on pretty much anything.
try a 911 turbo in a 1/4 mile race or 0-60 (they run 3.4 and 11.1 )

running a 12.2 in CAMARO ZL1 just got beat by the electric TESLA car
even the PANAMERA turbo 4 door porsches run (3.6 and 11.6)

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Old 11-11-2013, 06:38 PM   #35
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The only options that are worth while on that car is PCCB, everything else is visual fluff. No way that thing hits 180k, that's Turbo S Convertible money.
Look it up; 2013 fully optioned GT3 can be $180K. Not sure why you would doubt it.
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Look it up; 2013 fully optioned GT3 can be $180K. Not sure why you would doubt it.
I did and I'm not sure where you came up with 180k
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but i'm sure you'd still want one and there are lot's of porsches running the streets that will put a beat down on pretty much anything.
try a 911 turbo in a 1/4 mile race or 0-60 (they run 3.4 and 11.1 )

running a 12.2 in CAMARO ZL1 just got beat by the electric TESLA car
even the PANAMERA turbo 4 door porsches run (3.6 and 11.6)
LOL, no you can keep the Porsche. Slap a set of 22's (street tires) on the Porsche and lets have at it! So I ran a 12.1 on 22 pirelli's with about 2" of sidewall. What do you suppose the car would run with a set of 17" Weld's and DR's? I keep these wheels on the car for the looks and the fact that they are $8K a set. Thank goodness they came with the car when I bought it.

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LOL, no you can keep the Porsche. Slap a set of 22's (street tires) on the Porsche and lets have at it! So I ran a 12.1 on 22 pirelli's with about 2" of sidewall. What do you suppose the car would run with a set of 17" Weld's and DR's? I keep these wheels on the car for the looks and the fact that they are $8K a set. Thank goodness they came with the car when I bought it.

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Thanks! I am rather partial to them too. I considered getting a set of wheels to race with, but I sort of like the muscle show car look. For me the track was a one and done thing!
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I did and I'm not sure where you came up with 180k
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  • Base price $131,350 plus but can be had fully loaded for almost $40,000 of options. Sorry, I was off by $8,000.
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