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Old 05-16-2005, 04:40 PM   #1
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Default Sentra kill a GXP no way or way

Other day from a stoplight a Sentra Type R almost took my GXP. I could only stay half a car lengh ahead of him till we both gave up.
 
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Power to weight ratio, bud. The Sentra is a VERY light/small car. I believe it has the 2.5L engine? Making 200some hp? Basically, you have something that makes comparable power, to something that weighs a LOT less.

You could eat a regular sentra alive, though.


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Sorry man. Racing stories are not allowed.
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