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Old 01-15-2018, 11:18 PM
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Cobalt vs 6th gen Camaro v6

I didn't see the badges but it had to be a v6. It had four tailpipes but I think you can get the npp exhaust on the v6

Pulls 3 or 4 cars 20-80mph
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Old 01-30-2018, 02:31 PM
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Did about the same to a g37
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Old 01-30-2018, 02:49 PM
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You need to work on your story telling skills
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Probably wasn't even trying to race you.
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not much to the story quick encounter. just tellin the jist of it.

they were definitely trying to race.

i have a lot of more detailed stories with other cars and trucks i've had but thats all in the past and not cobalt related
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Old 01-30-2018, 05:38 PM
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stock g37 is a 101mph-102mph trap car on a good day
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you need to work on your story telling skills
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Old 01-30-2018, 10:09 PM
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I've seen a ton of 5th gen ss's that had mods, not even get into the 11's at the strip due to driver mod. Even if something can run 12.50's stock with a pro driver doesn't mean they can even do that with headers, cam, intake and tune with a crappy driver who doesn't know how to pedal. Saw a 5th gen that was beautiful and heavily modified run a 13.10 against me and he was so sideways off the line he almost got in my lane. Should have ran mid 11's with traction.
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For sure.

I've gone through that a lot with other cars.

I built a twin turbo lx 5.0 foxbody that still had the stock converter. I could only leave at 1100rpm with no boost, after the lag and boost came on it would roast the street tires. High trap crappy et
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Put a couple cars on a stock hemi charger wasn't one of the last gens but around 2010ish year
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Put a couple cars on a stock hemi charger wasn't one of the last gens but around 2010ish year
r/t im guessing?
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oh ok lol i was gonna say, no way it was an srt lol nice kill though
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the charger was closer than the camaro and g37. it had good midrange but once i hit upper rpms i would pull a bit
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Had a few pulls tonight on freeway.

I had 400lbs of extra weight in car with people and baseball gear

50-90 my dad's 185k mile 99 z28 w/ lid muffler and chip pulled about a half a car on me. He had one passenger I trapped 104 in it

60-100 I pulled about a car / car and a half on a focus st with exhaust and unknown other mods

Pulled a little in a short race on a different focus st with exhaust and tune
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