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View Poll Results: The best sounding car... - ...at full throttle!!!
Lamborghini Diablo 81 15.85%
BMW M3 CSL 36 7.05%
Dodge Viper 56 10.96%
Pagani Zonda 43 8.41%
Ford Mustang 152 29.75%
Lamborghini Countach 15 2.94%
Something else (please specify) 128 25.05%
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Old 5th September 2004, 13:32   #31
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Quote[/b] (Godspeed @ Sep. 04 2004,14:05)]man the 355 sounds killer
You bet! It's magic. Thanks Revv.
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Old 5th September 2004, 23:59   #32
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same here............even I've never heard any of those cars, so 355 F1 Spider, 360 Spider, Chevrolet Corvette, Sl55AMG
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Old 12th September 2004, 00:23   #33
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Never seen or heard these awesome machines in reality.
But from the 1GB+ of vidoes which i have collected since the past 3 years (cars and bikes) i think the Ferrari Enzo tops.


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Old 12th September 2004, 19:50   #34
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Nothing comes close to the Lambo for me.I`ve been through it and was awe-struck for a long time.Deafening!!11
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Old 16th September 2004, 15:00   #35
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None beats the DB7 GT,DB9 & the GT2.Well why would A.M. install a 950W system in the DB9?
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Old 24th October 2004, 00:43   #36
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never heard any of those in real life... so can't say.
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Old 8th November 2004, 22:36   #37
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surprising very few takers for viper
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Old 10th November 2004, 18:58   #38
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the sl 55 and the ferrari 355 for me bcoz i have heard them roaring !!
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Old 11th November 2004, 20:52   #39
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I have never seen any of the above cars in flesh nor never dare to dream about sitting in one of them ....
I voted for Dodge viper based on TV documentary on Discovery Channel some time back in a programme called speed ....
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Old 26th November 2004, 22:00   #40
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heard that RX-8 had a great ROAR to it, that oil-guzzling, high-maintainance rotary wankel RAWKS!!!!
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Old 26th November 2004, 22:01   #41
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i prefer my suzuki wit its inducton noise and free flow once i cross 6000 revs...sorry guys but thats what i listen to everday and love it
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Old 28th December 2004, 08:47   #42
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Ferrari F355..the sound is music man!!!!
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Old 28th December 2004, 10:30   #43
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iv heard a DIABLO in real (in l.a)
ITS A SOUND FOR EVERY EAR TO HEAR!!! the bass from that exhaust rattled the puny focus's window i was in
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after the mumbai taxi fiats,like iceman ,it's the exhaust of my zen after 3000rpm and its pure music.
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i was outside mi university building ,n i cud hear the car scream which grew into a growl to a roar ..n i was looking evrywhr ...and 95 viper sped across the block ... i seee exotics everyday ..man the other one dat tore past me on a higway one day was a GT 40 ...sounded pretty pissed i must say ... i switch from the top lane the moment i hear something really loud and closing ..
i like getting blown by exotics ...sit back and watch the beauty pass by ..

once at a casino under ground parking i stepped outta my frends mustang v6 (the basic model) ...and the whole basement was echoed n we saw a white mustang mach1 park on the other side ...it was sooo loud dat 2 of us were looking at our frend who for once wasnt proud of his stang ..

american muscle is the loudest ...

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