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Old 10-11-2019, 04:35 PM   #1
Cclark6146
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COBB STAGE 2 GTI VS...

My car is stock other than what comes with the COBB stage 2 setup. overall I'm pleased for my daily driver. Wish I had better prey but this is what I got.

lightly modded (if I had to guess '04) Audi TT. 2 ~30mph rolls and I pulled busses on him from the get.

full bolt on '99 Integra GSR. did 3 30mph rolls and each ended with me taking him to gapplebees. I had 2 lengths and counting from the start.

2003 Eclipse v6. unsure of mods but he had at least 1500hp from all the aftermarket performance stickers and unpainted body kit. so lets say exhaust and maybe an air filter. he got the jump because I couldn't keep traction since it had been raining all day but I still passed him while spinning right after we started.
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Old 10-14-2019, 04:21 PM   #2
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At Stage 2 you will run away from most high HP sedan cars and you should be able to walk away from most sport cars.

For common sport cars, you'll obviously want to stay away from 5.0 Stangs, C6+ Vettes, and the odd 911.
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