Beat an SS Commodore today

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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby SH30RB » Tue May 29, 2012 4:15 pm

Rome_STI wrote:I highly doubt the GT2 owner would have been driving it properly, that car is sub 4 seconds 0-100 so either he doesn't know how to drive or he doesn't know how to drive!

im going to go with B, lock it in eddie!
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby Nottage969 » Tue May 29, 2012 4:42 pm

SH30RB wrote:
Rome_STI wrote:I highly doubt the GT2 owner would have been driving it properly, that car is sub 4 seconds 0-100 so either he doesn't know how to drive or he doesn't know how to drive!

im going to go with B, lock it in eddie!


+1.

Maybe we need a brag thread for all you hoons out there? I would make it myself, but seems pointless because i couldn't beat a snail driving a Hyundai Excel in reverse.
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby MY-25-GT » Tue May 29, 2012 4:47 pm

O Jesus no doubt he wasn't driving in properly!!! If he did I would be left for dead but he wasn't givng it 100% cause people really do think that H6 and GT liberty's etc aren't anything to drag about that's all
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby Rome_BRZ » Tue May 29, 2012 4:56 pm

MY-25-GT wrote:O Jesus no doubt he wasn't driving in properly!!! If he did I would be left for dead but he wasn't givng it 100% cause people really do think that H6 and GT liberty's etc aren't anything to drag about that's all


Get the sand out Nick I know what you meant :lol:
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby MY-25-GT » Tue May 29, 2012 5:00 pm

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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby Deep Heat » Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:48 pm

Got beat by a AU Falcon today :lol:
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby bradr » Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:32 pm

Rome_STI wrote:I highly doubt the GT2 owner would have been driving it properly, that car is sub 4 seconds 0-100 so either he doesn't know how to drive or he doesn't know how to drive!


Or, (c) He has nothing he has to prove;

Or, (d) He chooses not to race (the Seinfeld option).

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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby hamish_023 » Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:37 pm

SH30RB wrote: :lol: that just proves my point further... H6(just as quick as a stock GT)/GT/GTB/GTBSTI are a bit of a sleeper.


Not sure If I would agree. My H6 didn't seem to be as quick off the mark as my GT. (Stock for stock) But i didn't properly test 0-60/100 so it could have just felt quicker through the power delivery
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby SH30RB » Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:43 pm

hamish_023 wrote:
SH30RB wrote: :lol: that just proves my point further... H6(just as quick as a stock GT)/GT/GTB/GTBSTI are a bit of a sleeper.


Not sure If I would agree. My H6 didn't seem to be as quick off the mark as my GT. (Stock for stock) But i didn't properly test 0-60/100 so it could have just felt quicker through the power delivery

this is me being a little naive (is that the right word?) just getting facts off of redbook. GT is 6.9 for the 0-100 and the h6 is rated at 7 for the 0-100

i know these are the utmost best conditions, best tuned, lowest weight possible.. yadda yadda yadda, but i some how know the GT is faster than that

so yes, Hamish, im agreeing with you! :)
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby Jack_Keaka » Thu Jun 07, 2012 12:17 am

beat a GTR today... in traffic, i had the faster lane... still counts
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby chris12 » Thu Jun 07, 2012 7:43 am

Top effort Jack. I'm proud! :good:

Something in these 2.5's! Went past an Audi R8 yesterday with ease. Didn't even have it in Sport mode either. It was parked and all, but pfft, who cares. Gotta bring your A game no matter what.
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby Rome_BRZ » Thu Jun 07, 2012 7:50 am

SH30RB wrote:
hamish_023 wrote:
SH30RB wrote: :lol: that just proves my point further... H6(just as quick as a stock GT)/GT/GTB/GTBSTI are a bit of a sleeper.


Not sure If I would agree. My H6 didn't seem to be as quick off the mark as my GT. (Stock for stock) But i didn't properly test 0-60/100 so it could have just felt quicker through the power delivery

this is me being a little naive (is that the right word?) just getting facts off of redbook. GT is 6.9 for the 0-100 and the h6 is rated at 7 for the 0-100

i know these are the utmost best conditions, best tuned, lowest weight possible.. yadda yadda yadda, but i some how know the GT is faster than that

so yes, Hamish, im agreeing with you! :)


6.9 for the GT??? It's supposed to be like 6.5 or something...or even 6
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby SegR » Thu Jun 07, 2012 7:53 am

:lol: You're a bunch of bunny fuggers.


really, who doesn't like fugging a cute bunny?
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby SH30RB » Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:03 am

Rome_STI wrote:6.9 for the GT??? It's supposed to be like 6.5 or something...or even 6


this is just going off redbook, which no doubt its faster than that.
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Re: Beat an SS Commodore today

Postby bradr » Thu Jun 07, 2012 10:23 am

Yes, well, Redbook also states there that fuel consumption is 12.5l/100km for the 3.0R. If I was using that much fuel, I would have to be wondering what I'm doing wrong. Although I suppose if I were doing 0-100kph in 6.9secs every time I accelerated, then I might start using that much.

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