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Old 10-01-2009, 10:37 PM   #1
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Holy Balls Batman! That little F**k can move!!
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meh it was okay
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Oh my God. My what a car.
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lets see a tuner do that!
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OK? That was a 9.75s quarter mile bud. Remember that Audi R8 you said you detailed? This car has about 600 pounds less weight, and more power. And who needs AWD when all it takes is two rear tires to hook?
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Great run, sounds like it's a no lift shift too. That's obviously not his first time running that car, he certainly knows how to launch it.
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Great run, sounds like it's a no lift shift too. That's obviously not his first time running that car, he certainly knows how to launch it.
Was just about to say that, definitely no-lift shifting.
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I dont think its no-lift shift.

Honestly, sounds like a power shift to me. No clutching it, just shifter force.

Way to fast for foot movement and the car doesnt have any reaction to loss/gain of power when clutching (would mean no lift) but........ I think its to fast for a foot.
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Takes special computers to shift it with no-lift shift. That's in tuner cars. That was a mostly stock T-5 tranny. Maybe it was a TKO, cause that is a strong motor. Just powershifting I think.
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