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Old 8/9/05, 08:53 PM
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Originally posted by TomServo92@August 9, 2005, 1:34 PM
Like I said, I'm not denying the power potential. I'm just curious about the weight comment.
So sorry ... I meant it'd be lighter than the 320hp 3000GT VR4, which was a really nice Japanese muscle car but was considered far too heavy to feel sporty. A 3L V6 twin-turbo configuration should easily be able to put out 300-320hp, but it'd be a lighter car than the VR4. The weight comment was just relating the proposed car to another
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Old 8/9/05, 09:25 PM
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Originally posted by matic@August 9, 2005, 9:56 PM
So sorry ... I meant it'd be lighter than the 320hp 3000GT VR4, which was a really nice Japanese muscle car but was considered far too heavy to feel sporty. A 3L V6 twin-turbo configuration should easily be able to put out 300-320hp, but it'd be a lighter car than the VR4. The weight comment was just relating the proposed car to another
Ahh...that makes more sense. Thanks for the clarification!
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