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Old 03-04-2013, 10:20 PM   #36
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And I'm starting to see why you do.
hmmm i fail to follow that at all lol..feel free to pm me if you'd care to enlighten me on that
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You first.
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Keep it friendly guys... The final opinion or statement can only be said by such owner of a prelude as myself or any other real driver. I do not consider auto prelude numbers to be real so only 5speed and as for the mustang ... It will lose if it gives the prelude the chance.. Anyhow don't base your post or opinion or what a friend says only base it on facts
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all of my posts are based only on personal runs with them so i agree with that's the only way to post and gsr a pm is being sent your way
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I'll just say this; my Integra had 152k miles on it and only axle-back exhaust when I ran the time in my signature. I went with a group of V6 Mustangs, actually. And a well-driven 5spd VTEC Prelude of either generation is a touch quicker than my Integra was.
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Talk is cheap guys. If you have video proof of a stock prelude beating a stock mustang or vice versa, stop arguing. It all comes down to the driver in these cars. Go on motor trend and see what the numbers are that they have. They are driven by professional drivers so they will be accurate
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i think this thread has gone far off track...lets just all wait till OP comes back and posts lol. no need to keep going back and forth on the subject at this point.
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Well after all this debate I really need to get to the track and find out who's right!
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Talk is cheap guys. If you have video proof of a stock prelude beating a stock mustang or vice versa, stop arguing. It all comes down to the driver in these cars. Go on motor trend and see what the numbers are that they have. They are driven by professional drivers so they will be accurate
If I recall correctly, I read a Car and Driver article years back where they ran a 15.0 or 15.1 in a '93 VTEC Prelude.
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Well after all this debate I really need to get to the track and find out who's right!
I don't have any doubts that you'll win.
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