Last night I was on the way to my friend's party in diamond bar. I was cruising no faster than 75 mph and all of a sudden a car was behind my rear bumper closely. At first I thought it was a celica by how his headlights look like. After 15 seconds he was still following me and we were in the very right lane. I pressed down the clutch to rev match, and also letting him know I was ready to go. That time the freeway asn't that empty and I already planned which way to go before i floored it. I blinked my sigal lights left right left right then I floored it. I cut all the way to the very left lane and I looked over the my right, then I realized it was a white NSX, nice car, and by looking at the speed he came up, I knew he would pull away but he braked cuz he got stucked in traffic, hehe. I kept on going for a couple more seconds then I let off the gas.
I woke my friend up and told him that I just raced a NSX. He opened his eyes, looked around and said that he beat 1 with his e30 in traffic like that before, then he went back to sleep. After a minute, that NSX came up in the very right lane again. I tailgated him back. He punched it so did I. this time he didn't seem like he was pulling away from him, maybe he saw traffic ahead. I passed him while I was cutting through to the left lanes. He tried to followed but he got stucked,.. again. After that I just cruise at my regular speed, 70-75 mph. He came next to me again! well... I just smiled and he smiled back and when he saw my friend was SLEEPING, he felt funny and laughed. yea, it was pretty fun and funny.
I am pretty sure if I raced him off the line, he probably would burn me easily. Please don't flame me racing in traffic (which the traffic wasn't that bad) I don't get to see a NSX everyday
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nice kill though i would want to see who would win if there was no traffic (acuras have good highspeed acceleration, better then bmws), btw, was it a newer NSX or older one? how much flywheel horsepower you pushin out?
Originally posted by Fruityone@Apr 21 2003, 03:38 AM integras dont have good highspeed accelaration...worse than my bmw and yes i have driven them before
ok exclude integras, we used to have a '99 Acura TL, it had 216lb-ft (2 more then bmw) but it was at 5k.....from about 60 to 90 that thing accelerated sooo dam quickly, since thats were all the torque was, it felt dead off the line, but it was a bullet (faster then my bros 330 above 80 i think)
Originally posted by Fruityone@Apr 21 2003, 01:38 AM integras dont have good highspeed accelaration...worse than my bmw and yes i have driven them before
same here. u made me drive it to ming star i think. that wasnt a fun drive :angry: . i dont know whats worse though. driving it or sitting in the passenger seat
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