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Old 25 Feb 2008, 06:31 pm
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Default i have a 1999 integra GS-R with vtec!! could i beat a BMW 323i??

i have a 1999 integra GS-R with vtec!! could i beat a BMW 323i in a race please help!!meno 14 you really dont know what your talking about next time you start talking shit get your facts straight ok cause my car (1999 gs-r) has 170 horsepower and last time i checked my cousins 1999 bmw 323i also has 170 horsepower you stup!d kid learn you SH!T next time punk!!heres some links meno 14 so you can actually learn something punk!! http://www.clickok.com/dyno/no my cousins bmw is automatic but my gsr is stick.
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Old 25 Feb 2008, 06:46 pm
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simple answer.... no. hello. yours is a 4 banger and has 160hp.bmw is 6cyl. and has 200+hp.
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it would be a close race if they where both manual... the BMW would probably have the edge in my opinion.
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well its gonna be a close race , you should be quicker off the start but ur cuzins car has more torque and eventually that will be the winning factor, the bmw will win. when u guys race let me know who wins dude.
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Old 25 Feb 2008, 07:31 pm
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You need I-VTEC, Wua ha ha ha!!!
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in a drag race, the bmw will have the edge off the line because of traction and torque, however the gsr will probably catch it because the car has less mass, and the top end in the vtec motor is ridiculous for a small car. just dont miss any shifts, launch it at about 4k rpm, keep the revs high, and you'll do fine.
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Only off of a cliff.
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Yes
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yu guys have the same hp but im pretty sure the bmw has more torque if yu shift correctly yu might beat him
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