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Old 31st March 2004, 22:36   #31
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Fazulbhoy as in the car dealer???
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Old 1st April 2004, 16:27   #32
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Stree racing is great fun when done at night.. I myself took the case of an Esteem early morning on the first day of the Speed Run. Talk bout a great start to the day ...Tried to cut me off alotta times but eventually I got the better of him.. And hey Wraith everyones speedo is optimistic...

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Old 1st April 2004, 16:30   #33
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That was Sajid Fazulboy if I remember correctly

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Old 1st April 2004, 17:28   #34
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Guys take care street racin man I still think about those pics u guys put up
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ummm The Cayenne S is a 350 bhp vehicle(thats the one that drove) and the Caynne Turbo is 450 bhp! but still dude at speeds of 240-250 u would expect it to be atleast a bit noisy or something
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Yup dippy..speedo's r optimistic :d
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hey sam , iam doing mbbs too man. only thing is in manipal. so which college r u in. dude all i can say is patho sucks and pharm cant be worse. so now u know which year i am in ...
theonly toast i get to see here is my pals prado, a corolla, my cielo and my buddys zen ported.
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speaking of top speeds on the expressway mine's about 195 on the clock in my friends optra .. car's fairly composed at those speeds but a bit worrying when she rolls like a yatch on the bends .. which is why i did'nt have the guts to push it any further though there was still a some give in the loud pedal .. and he's upsized to 195s (or is it 205s .. hmmm .. i can't remember)
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For me on the expressway 210 in the RS was no problem dint even realize it until my friend told me the speed I was doing.


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The 285bhp M3 that we had done up a while ago is definitely one of the best handling cars ive driven on indian roads, the 235/40/17s are like superglue on tarmac and we have done constant cruising at 200-220 on the delhi - chd and delhi - jaipur highway and tops pushed to 240s on the stretches, lots of good fun!
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The 285bhp M3 that we had done up a while ago is definitely one of the best handling cars ive driven on indian roads, the 235/40/17s are like superglue on tarmac and we have done constant cruising at 200-220 on the delhi - chd and delhi - jaipur highway and tops pushed to 240s on the stretches, lots of good fun!
Is this M3 you made for raman ???
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if i am not wrong we have M3 in indian market too...i.e sold in india...
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The 285bhp M3 that we had done up a while ago is definitely one of the best handling cars ive driven on indian roads, the 235/40/17s are like superglue on tarmac and we have done constant cruising at 200-220 on the delhi
Hey Ausophsche, cannot agree more. Although after '95 the tire sizes changed to 225 front and 245 rear (staggered) which is what I have on mine. I've taken freeway ramps at 80mph.......man what a feeling. My personal top speed is 140mph (225kays)(on I-696 inside Detroit) after which the speed limiter cuts in.
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