Listen kid, I am not saying you beat a h23, I am saying that 92-96 preludes had a bunch of motors, and the f22 is the slowest of them all.Originally posted by bluesciontc@Aug 24 2005, 10:36 PM
Listen here f*ucker i never said that i beat a H22 period.
And I am saying your "list" is bogus. And I quote: "the preludes her like 4 car lengths, the saturn 4 to 5 car lengths, DEL SOL i dont know to many to count, RSX was a good race but still 3 car lengths Malibu i missed a gear and still beat him by like 10 carlengths."
Missed a gear and still 10 car lengths. That malibu didn't even noticing your sorry arse. If you were even in a Malibu, just by gunning the pedal it would still be pretty close to a tC (150hp, 190lbs of torque, 3000lbs). If you missed a gear, and still "won," it would be darn close. If it was 10 car lengths, then it must be a pretty wide gap between you and the Malibu, then it's obvious that the Malibu is looking for a parking spot, and not 'racing' you.
Won the RSX by 3 car lengths? Preludes by 4? Do you even realize how far in between 4 car lengths is in a race? You must be turbo with 15+psi.
Now if you can't spell, or insist on cussing, grow some nuts and smell reality and learn to talk straight.
Of course I read your other stories. To add some credibility to your stories, now you have to refer to how close you beat a prelude. So you beat two by 4 cars lengths, beat a RSX by 3, then suddenly to half a car length? If that's the case, those two preludes earlier didn't even realize you were racing them.
The reason I read and reply this thread is because someone got the Prelude engine wrong, and obviously this thread can't be left the way it is. We have to keep on digging it, just to shed some light in your other threads.