Alittle fun in Mexico

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  1. Oct 9, 2009 #1

    mikegski

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    This Nissan Spec V has intake, header, and exhaust. The SHO is stock and a automatic=slow for a SHO. A manual SHO would bet a ATX by about five cars. The owner of the Spec V was really boastful of his power and I called him out on the grounds that a stock Ford Taurus would beat him. This is the out come.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nX0a0oyJFJY

    After that he wanted to run my truck. Which is a Chevy Silverado 1500 with intake, headers, exhaust, and a diablo programmer.
    And here is the out come.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U73o0RG6NpY

    He felt alittle bit better. Muhahaha
     
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    If he lost some weight his car would be faster lol

    Nice runs
     
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    True. Fatty and speed don't mix.
     
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    Your right its my fault that I'm only 220 and not 265... Damn those 45 pounds...Muhahaha

    The automatic tranny didn't down shift very fast against the manual.
     
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    The SHO one is confusing me. Your ride says '91 but in the video it's a '95. So which is it?
     
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    I was referring to the dude in the other car
     
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    Unless you are the dude driving the sentra, I'm not speaking to you.
     
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    ^Exactly
     
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    Yes I own a '91 that is boosted and a manual tranny... And I own a '95 SHO that is a Automatic and is stock. The '95 ATX is the one I raced...
    I know I was lighter by under 100lbs, but I don't think that would make too much of a difference. But how knows it might have.
     
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    Power to weight ratio=most important aspect. IMO

    He would have been a lil faster.