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Old 12-24-2008, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru STi 2008 vs BMW M3 vs BMW 135i

Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru Impreza STi 2008 vs M3 vs Marusyu BMW 135i & BMW TKsquare 135i


http://www.racingfilm.com/video/3170...ubaru-STi-2008
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Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru Impreza STi 2008 vs M3 vs Marusyu BMW 135i & BMW TKsquare 135i


http://www.racingfilm.com/video/3170...ubaru-STi-2008
and everyone wonders why i wanted to get out my ms3 and in on the STI blowout...

2010 sti...yes, i will have you.
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Default Re: Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru STi 2008 vs BMW M3 vs BMW 135i

No doubt. Even the current generation regular WRXs are tough to beat for the price.

You could see the power difference of the other cars compared to the Civic RR.
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Old 12-24-2008, 11:46 PM   #4
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Default Re: Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru STi 2008 vs BMW M3 vs BMW 135i

Power is only PART of the equation.
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Old 12-25-2008, 07:28 AM   #5
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Really?! Why is the RR even in this "comparison"?
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Default Re: Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru STi 2008 vs BMW M3 vs BMW 135i

Lousy start on the M3
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Default Re: Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru STi 2008 vs BMW M3 vs BMW 135i

STi....you shall be mine ...in 2010.
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Default Re: Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru STi 2008 vs BMW M3 vs BMW 135i

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Really?! Why is the RR even in this "comparison"?
Surprised me too. Maybe because the intake sounds so beautiful? :-)
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Default Re: Mugen Civic RR vs Subaru STi 2008 vs BMW M3 vs BMW 135i

Very intresting matchup. Would have been good to see a 370z in there. Still got to love RR na sounds.
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That was a good match up....
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