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Creep1234 Jan 26, 7:25am - #383787 

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th perfect track car?

ok just wondering what you guys would be a perfect track car against domestic cars such as vipers, Z06s, Mustang SVTs and such. preferably an FR car. oh...it has to be an import or Euro import. this is a hard mission but nothing is impossible. my weapon i'm thinking will be the handling.

nothing extravagant like ferraris and porche ect...

my top choice would be a fully tuned Acura NSX eventhough its midengine RWD.

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Creep1234 Jan 26, 7:29am - #383788 

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and another question, what if i were to import an nissan Skyline GT-R 34 but only used it for the track- not on the road could that be a possiblity?

what i mean is, could it be possible? or would i have to pass emissions first...

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jyboygenius Jan 26, 7:31am - #383789 
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The impending C6R

As for the skyline...what's the difference? You'd hafta suffer that import fee either way.

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Poisoner Jan 26, 7:32am - #383790 
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What the hell are you talking about? There is no perfect track car. You could never afford to import a Skyline and if you ever did, if it was for track use only, then you wouldnt need to worry about emissions.
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Kim Jan 26, 7:38am - #383791 
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lotus elise, i guess.

and yes technically you could import a skyline for track use only.

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Kim Jan 26, 7:39am - #383792 
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oh and the evo

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Creep1234 Jan 26, 7:42am - #383793 

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Originally Posted by Poisoner
What the hell are you talking about? There is no perfect track car. You could never afford to import a Skyline and if you ever did, if it was for track use only, then you wouldnt need to worry about emissions.


just wondering if the skyline was a possiblitiy, i mean i can dream cant I. and as for "perfect" you right, there is no perfect i was just wondering what would be a great import track car a still be competative yet still be affordable.

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Creep1234 Jan 26, 7:46am - #383794 

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Originally Posted by Kim
oh and the evo


yeah an evo would be great but i only like the EVO III and they never sent them to the US because they thought it couldnt compete with the mustang...:rotf:

ok ok, forget the skyline, lets just think of cars exclusivly in the U.S.

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QTRMLR_1 Jan 26, 8:05am - #383795 

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lotus elise.

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My Sixth Gear Jan 26, 9:03am - #383796 
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yup the new lotus elise, DC5 ITR, s2000

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AZZKIKR Jan 26, 3:47pm - #383797 

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Steven Jan 26, 9:06pm - #383799 
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KickScrew Jan 26, 9:48pm - #383800 

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QTRMLR_1 Jan 26, 10:08pm - #383801 

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evo is too heavy for track road race; advantage is in rally.

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04silvergts Jan 26, 10:18pm - #383802 
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toyotaluver Jan 26, 10:41pm - #383803 

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GT4, i see a lot of people road racing their gt4s instead of rallying.
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Creep1234 Jan 27, 2:46am - #383804 

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lol what do you guys think about an AE86

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BReakinDrifTs Jan 27, 4:05am - #383805 
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^^ I think your a ricer who watches too much Initial D.

I think SW20 turbo would be nice, or an MR2 Spyder with 2zz swap.
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Creep1234 Jan 27, 6:35am - #383806 

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Originally Posted by BReakinDrifTs
^^ I think your a ricer who watches too much Initial D.

I think SW20 turbo would be nice, or an MR2 Spyder with 2zz swap.


aww dude its just that my friend saw one @ the impound in it had everything: the black rims and the apex emblem oh man it was just too cool to imagine. you also do know why its there...haha yeah. no actually i thought i would just throw that out there cause it would be funny to see an 86 beat like a mustang on a downhill touge. the Drift King beat a Skyline in his 86 an it was freakin sweet...for real to.

i swear i'm not a ricer, but i am a fan of initial D. i'm asian... what can you do! smile

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04silvergts Jan 27, 6:41am - #383807 
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BReakinDrifTs Jan 27, 6:43am - #383808 
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86 might hold it's own on the touge, but on the track, it's too underpowered..
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Creep1234 Jan 27, 6:56am - #383809 

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Originally Posted by BReakinDrifTs
86 might hold it's own on the touge, but on the track, it's too underpowered..


yeah thats what i thought as well.

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