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94 SE Vs. 90? Mazda 323 5-speed

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Old 02-24-2003, 01:31 PM
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Default 94 SE Vs. 90? Mazda 323 5-speed

On my way home yesterday my friend wanted to race me. Being his car doesn't cut out, and he has had it going to around 130, he felt pretty confident about beating me. We were at a stop light on a 4-way highway. We both waited for the light to turn green. Once it hit green we both take off. I start pulling away at the beginning, and keep pulling away 30....40...50...60...70...80....90....97 mph and i'm gone, he then let off of the gas, so i did too . I smoked him. Then we got on the interstate and i kept messing around with him, ranging from about 75-105 mph for about 20 min or so. He passed me once in a 2-lane. I reached for my cell phone in the sun visor, and he saw it, and cought me off gaurd. Anyother time he'd try to pass me I would just put it down, and he would look stupid driving in the on coming traffic lane trying to keep up
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