Location: im from victorville, ca but i live in san diego, ca
Car: its a 1999 black bmw 328i(e46) 2.8l
who ever says girls dont kno how to drive dont kno bimmer girls
i was drivin from camp pendalton california back to san diego and as i was goin down the 5 freeway in my 328i a girl pulled up 2 lanes over in a 325i. she looked over at me i winked and nodded at her and she took off. when i caught up she revved her engine and signaled to me she wanted to race. i was happy to Oblige. needless to say my drunk buddies in the back and the girl i had in the passenger seat werent happy but i didnt care. she could drive too. she took me to 165mph that night and in the process we smoked a porsche 911. needless to say she trapped me in traffic and now she is forever known as the bimergirl that got away.
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well lets see here...328 cannot go 165. My 330, with a larger engine and sports package can only go 135. Even if i limited it i dont think my gear ratio would let me go more then 155. 325 cannot go 165. I dont care if it has exuhaust...only a turbo could possibly get you to that..with some other mods. racing...with 4 people in the car is dumb...but regardless obviously you lost because your car weighed 600lbs more then the other one, seeing how you raced. Also you did not smoke a porsche. They are faster.
I dont know if you have ever been in a car doing 165 mph but other vehicles come up very fucking fast...and although i know you can do it on I-5 cause ive been in a car that did....and getting caught in traffic while doing speeds like that are..well impossible cause youd die.
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