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Old 01-14-2004, 02:09 AM   #1
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Default First kill in the Supercharged Bonnie

V6 Rustang with a full body kit and dual pipes (GT wannabe, right down to the emblems)

Stoplight Drag, Rustangs really annoy me... he took off quick so I mashed it (w/o traction control ) He was just driving like a regular rustang guy (mashing it just to hear his car) until he realized that I was pulling on him, then he was getting stedily more annoyed as I widened the gap. He chased me all the way up to 105mph then shut down (hmm, do rustang V6'* have speed chips?) Then can flying by with his 4 ways on as I turned off... they never learn do they
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teehee no they don't...they underestimate our Bonnies...NEVER doubt the 3800

Actually, did you know that a standard WIndstar will beat the crap out of a standard Mustang? Sad really...and I have also beat the crap out of one in an F-150...

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they're limited at 118mph, but they have suprisingly nice high end speed
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Nice I want to line up with a 4banger mustang and blow his doors off.
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the 94-97ish v6 mustangs....automatic. slower than there windstar, no joke. i toasted one so bad on time the kid with him was laughing at him
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the 94-97ish v6 mustangs....automatic. slower than there windstar, no joke. i toasted one so bad on time the kid with him was laughing at him
yes, the 94-98'* have 145-150 hp, they are pathetic to say the least
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Nice kill....
I love racing mustangs.... most are easy prey.


I notice in your sig you have a turbocharged 88 sse.
I was wondering what model/size turbo you have on it?
and a bunch of other questions..... how much? other mods needed?

amd of course... what'* faster... your supercharged or your turbo?
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don't give unique any ideas!
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AAaaa Yes, the first Bonnie Kill... The first is the sweetest by far. My first Bonnie kill was also a Mustang GT. He thought he left his parking brake on I went by him so fast, I think he is still out there somewere looking for his doors...anybody see any puke green mustang doors by the way?

Nice kill..


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don't give unique any ideas!
Dude more then likely my car will be dead soon so there is no way in heck I will ever see the day of turbocharging my bonnie, even though if I did it would be nice. But it won't so whatever. Plus I don't have the money to buy another car because I am very broke, I have no job, can't work, and I can barely keep up on maintaning my car, basically when my transmission goes, so does the car.
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