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Old 05-28-2003, 12:08 PM   #1
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I'm sorry guys but I need to list a few of my good kills after reading you all list kill stories about 80'* cammaros and early 80'* vettes and even one about a plymouth loser (yes I meant to misspell it). So here they are along with a few of my track times:

Albuquerque track: elevation 4700 ft
1st run= 15.72
2nd run=15.67
3rd run=15.89 I could say I had a bad start but that would just be an excuse
Tuson track: elevation 3200 ft
1st run=15.23
2nd run=15.17
3rd run 15.12

Aproximate Altitude and wind adjustment= 14.5-14.6

My best kill:
I would have to say that by far my best kill was two mustangs at the same time. I was out on Monty ( a popular cruiseing street here in Albuquerque) and I had been out for about 2 hours. I had just finished scraping my shoe of some civics that had raced me when two mustang pulled up next to me at the light. The one on my left was a 1994 GT 5.0L HO hard top auto, and the one on my right was a 2000 GT 4.6L convertible 5spd. Well in the convertible was a male driver about 17, and the other seats were filled with teenage girls. Well the girls were encouraging the driver to race the other mustang. I saw the two drivers look at eachother over me (probably assuming that I wasn't a threat) and they both reved their engines. I decided to play not expecting to beat them but hoping to hold my ground. So when the light turned green I nailed it. Right away I had about a car length on the convertible because he had way too much tire spin at the light, but the 1994 was right their with me. I started to actually pull him at about 4500 in first, but then he jumped to about his rear bumper to my front bumper when I dropped out of my power band and my car shifted to second. We sat their until about 65 or 70 and I started to pull on him again. By 85 and the end of second I had him by about 3 ft, and we both decided to lay off. AFTER ALL THIS WAS ON A PUBLIC STREET ON A FRIDAY NIGHT!

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Good job man! Those stangs must have been what you say....Full of girls or they suck at driving. But then again that is saying you are a great racer man. Good job.
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Sounds like good times on Friday nights. Sounds like the guy with all the girls didn't know how to race. Nice kills on both!!
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That'* impressive!!
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