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k3nnyp3nny
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May 20, 7:21pm - #16446 
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Well i'm thinking about investing a couple grand in some rims in september, and finishing the looks on my car. But now i'm thinking maybe i should wait and invest in maybe a super charger next summer when i have enough cash. But how good is the Blitz SC? Will i be able to beat a wrx, z28, and a mustang gt? Is it worth the 5 grand it is selling for? It is nice always having people complimenting the looks on my car, and with some 18's on it, it will look a lot nicer, but i am sick of losing to camero z28, wrx, and mustang gt. I would love to beat one someday. Out here in Utah we have hella cameros and mustangs, see them everywhere i go. What should i do?

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May 20, 7:34pm - #16447 
But this is just talk, i mean if i choose rims, then for sure i can get them, but if i choose a SC, then i still have a lot of work to do to get it.

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May 20, 7:39pm - #16448 
In my opinion, I think the Blitz S/C is overpriced and underpowered for what it brings to the celica. I believe it is only +35-40 hp

I say get rims, you'll probably be happier, plus you don't have to worry about messing up your engine.

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Grand-Touring-Dan
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May 20, 8:34pm - #16449 
Quote:
Originally posted by RicePowered:
In my opinion, I think the Blitz S/C is overpriced and underpowered for what it brings to the celica. I believe it is only +35-40 hp

I say get rims, you'll probably be happier, plus you don't have to worry about messing up your engine.
I agree. The Blitz SC isn't worth the price. If you want power that is worth the money, then turbo is the way to go. SO either save for turbo or go with the wheels.

[ 05-20-2003, 08:34 PM: Message edited by: Grand-Touring-Dan ]

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May 20, 8:57pm - #16450 
yes i am very disappointed on the blitz, go for rims thumbsup


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