Okay, with a Turbo Supra and Intake Exhaust you have already gained an extra 20-30 hp. That means your car has not went from 320hp to 340+hp. If you have a boost controller then it's not even a fair race.mrspoolz said:o really around what gear will i start catching up to him? and he is also light but he is stock i have a stage 4 clutch intake exhaust how do u think it will go down
Unfortunately, you can't race from a roll at the strip...ripley's99 said:just remember street racing is a big :nono:
please take it to the track where it belongs
mrspoolz said:Hey guys
i own a 94 twin turbo supra and i was wondering if i should even bother to go against my cusin new sti which brings 300 hp? I just dont want to get embaressed so if u guys could maybe help me out here? thanx
that's a rather foolish comment to make when not too many months ago some people were street racing in my area, lost control & came into the other lanes of traffic on the other side of the highway and killed innocent people.Talisman18 said:Unfortunately, you can't race from a roll at the strip...
Race late at night on the freeway, nobody else around, if you kill someone, it will only be yourself.
I hate the Street Racing scene also. Never been to the street races in my entire life and have no real desire to go. I do partake in the occasional spirited driving on the street (only if the situation is right) against another person though and will continue.ripley's99 said:that's a rather foolish comment to make when not too many months ago some people were street racing in my area, lost control & came into the other lanes of traffic on the other side of the highway and killed innocent people.
i won't go into a big discussion of this now, but street racing is never a wise decision, although we have all done it at least once, it doesn't mean that its smart and not a risk.
but then again i am just a person that would rather go take my car through the twisties of a track and i do not go in for the whole "F & F" street racing scene.