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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #22 - douevensax
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Pfff simple science. This is happening obviously because the car is moving so fast, that the light reflecting off the back of the car did not reach the camera yet.
User avatar #86 to #22 - lokischosen
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or you know it\s a trailer
User avatar #39 to #22 - ragnagna
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Do you have any idea of how fast the light is ?
User avatar #41 to #39 - donsantos
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Do you have any idea how fast that car is!?
User avatar #56 to #41 - tehlulzbringer
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well it's american so it can probably do 60 mph at best
#89 to #56 - anisbanana
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Looks like a GT500, which can do 200mph clean.
User avatar #74 to #56 - godzillaeatslazers
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that mustang can do i think 100 in first gear if its a stick shift so ya nice try bad troll
User avatar #98 to #74 - thetom
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In first gear? lol how long does it take to get to 100 with that crazy gearing? lol
User avatar #99 to #98 - godzillaeatslazers
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about 4 seconds 6 tops for a gt500
User avatar #100 to #99 - thetom
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now this. this right here.... is why this website is funny
#66 to #56 - anon id: a31b2af8
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it has more horsepower than you have horses in your country.
#72 to #66 - commanderbunbun
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#92 to #72 - vampyrate
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User avatar #64 to #56 - thetom
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well in a straight line itll easily hit 220... Got forbit it needs to turn though
User avatar #84 to #64 - eddymolly
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Whilst it can go pretty fast, I think 220 is over exaggerating, considering an Enzo or a Zonda goes 217.

More reasonable would be high 100's if you push it and have a really long bit of road.
User avatar #97 to #84 - thetom
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Yea i thought he was pretty much joking around so i ran with it. I doubt a stock mustang will achieve more than 150. but i guess it depends on what kind of mustang. There's gonna be a big difference between the 6 cylinder standard and the 8 cylinder boss 302. Most cars have a limiter in the computer that cuts off fuel after it hits a certain speed, It's usually based off of the speed rating of the tires so most basic street cars are set to 110-130. But people remove these limiters all the time.
User avatar #102 to #97 - eddymolly
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I'm always slightly amazed at American cars. They are just so huge. a 5 liter V8 that produces 444 horsepower. Its just a bit crazy compared to cars we get in europe.

An example would be an Evo, has a 2 liter straight 4, and produces somewhere around 300hp-400hp. It just seems crazy to me that American cars have like 2 or 3 times the engine, and the same power.

I know thats not exactly the case, but I still can't help wonder what would happen if you got other companies to tune others cars. Imagine a Mustang tuned by the team that made the GTR or something.
#103 to #102 - thetom
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Well i used to own a 2Liter lancer and the evo(which the turbo awd variant) doesn't break 300 hp stock. All the 2liter motors that make crazy power are turbo. I now drive a mazda miata, its a 1.8 liter with 133hp. My friend has an acura integra with a 1.8liter 198hp motor. The 2 liters don't really break 210hp stock without a turbo. Ive heard in europe and other countries you have to pay extra for having a car above 2 liters, or they'll even give you tax breaks for having under 700cc motors like kei cars.

The people who made the gtr are playing with twin turbo 3.8liter v6 motors and used to use turbo straight6 motors. The V8s from america aren't under a lot of stress to make the power they do. There's plenty of american v8s modded to above 1200hp. The V8s also have torque lower in the rpms, While most of the 2Liter straight4 motors don't have much kick below 4k. Its always cool to see the 2Liters hit 900hp though. If you can get a valvetrain and rod/crank setup that'll spin at formula1 speeds you can make power all day because hp=(torque*rpm)/5252

am i rambling? lol
User avatar #105 to #103 - eddymolly
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I know that American cars easily can have a lot of power, I just find it amusing that they don't, I kind of see it as uncapped potential that a lot of people seem to miss.

And most of the Evos have over 200hp, the very first evo had 250ish, so did the second, and they kept increasing up till the evo 10, which in the UK was 300hp for the cheapest model, and 400hp for the top of the range.

Of course, that was basically just a turbo with an engine attached, which meant that no, you didn't get 400hp most of the time because the turbo wasn't up to speed, but still pretty impressive.
User avatar #106 to #105 - thetom
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Like i said the evos had over 200 because of the turbo. I'm pretty familiar with the 4g6x platform. The motors are great, its known for being one of the greatest 4cyl motors for boost to date.

i don't get how people "seem to miss it"
User avatar #107 to #106 - eddymolly
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Probably because most people don't give a crap about the details of cars, they just want something that looks cool and is loud.
User avatar #67 to #64 - tehlulzbringer
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but at speeds that high, the heat from the engine would be melting all the plastic in the car, so about 80% of the car
User avatar #69 to #67 - thetom
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the faster you go the more it cools down
User avatar #77 to #69 - egosumproxi
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Only if it's aerodynamic.
User avatar #96 to #77 - thetom
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actually itll cool better if its going fast no matter what lol
User avatar #70 to #69 - tehlulzbringer
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that makes sense
User avatar #43 to #41 - ragnagna
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Okay you got me on this one.
#32 to #22 - patriotpenguin
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User avatar #26 to #22 - forrestblue
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Then why is there a hitch connecting the two of them?
#85 to #26 - blacklightsun
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#71 to #26 - leafonthewind
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#93 to #71 - vampyrate
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#104 to #93 - vapaus
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Just because I need to show everyone this.
Just because I need to show everyone this.
User avatar #46 to #26 - ragingspacepanda
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do not question it... the agents will find you
User avatar #45 to #26 - kiingofaces
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The camera photoshopped that in
#40 to #26 - temporalguardian
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User avatar #35 to #26 - empithree
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party pooper
#34 to #26 - anon id: 770190a1
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are you autistic?
User avatar #27 to #26 - chuca
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i think you might of missed the joke there...
User avatar #28 to #27 - fgtometer
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might have*