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Old 04-21-2006, 02:18 AM   #11
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my friend just got a 91 nissan sentra 4 door auto 2.4 litre with 120 horse and 140 pounds of toruqe i think. Oh man it pulls so well even when I try to feather the pedal to my ability (and yes i tricked the car into overdrive gear), the car feels so agile too and with very minimal body roll. If that car had a 5spd, odbII port and some good tires... DROOOOL.

but its a 91... easy to break into, old...and if i get creamed by suv... where would my son and wife be?.... with some other guy that's not me!

sorry i've been busy with work i didn't have a chance to test the gauges yet. hopefully tommorow i'll have some time.

If your reading this, then good for you, your saving some gas because your here.
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