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Make a tally for the Escort tonight guys, V6 Couger roast'en on the grill,
So im followin the couger with red underbady light and we pull on to the by-pass of my town, i swing next to him to see if is all show and no go, i slide up next, look, and then drop it a gear to get his attention, i slow up and, he looks over, still rollin neck and neck, he slows down so im thinkin "you puss" then all of a sudden he flys passed me, with out us haveing a equal takeoff on this straight away, finally, a light i yeah one more time, redlight, i see the turn light on the aother lane turn yellow i rev to 2.7rpm, flash green, jump him on takeoff, slam it into second, pull som more, pull it to third, and see him lights in the mirror. The begin was the end for the Couger.

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haha sweet man. You know what the truly sad thing is? The 99 4 cyl Cougars (0-60: 7.5, 1/4 Mile: 15.9) are faster than the 2000 V6 model. (0-60: 7.9 1/4 Mile: 16.2) How bad is that? It's all about power to weight ratios. Good kill. :wink:
 

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i own a '91 GT dead stock, the underbody light must have slowed him down :wink: :wink: , i was really surprised
 

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The thing about cars with V6's in them, is that they're not necessarily faster just because they have a v6. Car companies like to be able to advertise that their cars have V6's because that classifies them as 'not economy cars' or something. I just know that when I see car commercials on TV they're always saying 'Comes standard with V6 power!' my @$$. I schooled some chick in a V6 Accord sedan this morning when I was going out to get my haircut. James is right. All power-to weight ratio. I shoulda let her win though. ;p
 
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