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20th August 2009 20:08
mackyfr
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Originally Posted by RussRamz View Post
That's a strong running M5! Good job Mckyfr!
Thanks And it's going to get faster!!
20th August 2009 19:40
RussRamz That's a strong running M5! Good job Mckyfr!
20th August 2009 14:20
Gustav Added picture

19th August 2009 22:43
mackyfr
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Originally Posted by Murtaza View Post
I don't think that stroker is running properly, the M5 with bolt ons was keeping up with the RS6 just as well...
Agreed, that's weird. M6 owner in the vid doesn't happen to be a member here?
19th August 2009 22:24
Myke951
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Originally Posted by phillym5 View Post
Those 700+ hp RS6's aren't "that" fast as it is. (I think they will trap 122-125)
They weigh 4200 lbs or maybe 4300 I think...
Just because they have a lot of power doesn't mean they are fast.
imho.

Now 700 horse on a RS4 would be fast.
Its more about the way the power cmes on that determines speed... especially with turbod cars...
19th August 2009 20:48
phillym5 Those 700+ hp RS6's aren't "that" fast as it is. (I think they will trap 122-125)
They weigh 4200 lbs or maybe 4300 I think...
Just because they have a lot of power doesn't mean they are fast.
imho.

Now 700 horse on a RS4 would be fast.
19th August 2009 02:22
boostaddict
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Originally Posted by M V10 View Post
Sorry but are you kidding? That RED MTM 730 hp "IŽll-start-first-with-one-buslength Edition" was embarrassing, it started so bad that it wasnŽt fair. This guy in the white RS6 MTM does know HOW to start, and this is the real difference between them.

Nice race, and kudos to the guy in the RS6 that did these good starts.
I agree 100%

That guy with the red MTM RS6 is a clown and cheats at the start in almost every video I've seen. These roll-ons are meant to compare each car's high speed acceleration ability with equal starts; not who can jump the gun first like Bozo.
18th August 2009 22:49
Murtaza
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Originally Posted by Erik///M3 View Post
This one is also nice
I don't think that stroker is running properly, the M5 with bolt ons was keeping up with the RS6 just as well...
18th August 2009 22:05
KILLZBUGZ
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Originally Posted by mackyfr View Post
RS6 is fast but not 730hp fast...
From those vids I agree. I have seen a Porsche with 700hp and that was freakin fast.
18th August 2009 21:22
mackyfr RS6 is fast but not 730hp fast...
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